Monthly Archives: September 2005

Today, tomorrow

Word has it that Paul will appear on the Today Show on NBC tomorrow morning (September 27) to discuss the work the Children’s Health Fund is doing in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Paul co-founded the CHF in the 1980s with Dr. Irwin Redlener. He should be on between 8 and 9 a.m. Read more →

Simon & Hancock

Paul Simon’s “I Do It For Your Love” is, in this Web site’s opinion, the centrepiece of Herbie Hancock’s new release, “Possibilities.” The album, basically a jazz-pop duets affair, is hit and miss (with more scores than snores, though), featuring good performances from Annie Lennox and John Mayer. But Paul’s song, originally recorded in the mid-seventies on “Still Crazy After… Read more →

Hurricane Katrina

Paul Simon has been the news lately, spending time in the gulf coast region and lending a hand to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. He also performed a beautiful version of “Take Me To The Mardi Gras” with a New Orleans jazz band last Friday as part of “Shelter From The Storm,” a network television benefit show (akin to the… Read more →