Category: Classic Rock

Empty Chair - Sharon Goldman - Shake The Stars (CD, Album)

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  1. Lori Lieberman, who sang the original version of the hit "Killing Me Softly With His Song," claims that "Empty Chairs" inspired that song.A press release tells the story: Don played a show at LA's Troubadour Club. Singing Empty Chairs inspired Lori Lieberman to write the song Killing Me Softly on a napkin.
  2. "Varied in its themes as it is delivered like a warm embrace, Sharon Goldman’s songwriting is unvarnished folk-pop. Every Trip Around the Sun prides itself on humanity, and it seems to be that it does so with a “nothing more, nothing less” datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfoing the human condition in a bottle may sound like the sort of jargon that every marketer worth their mettle would try selling, but.
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  5. Quotes from The Empty Chair “When governments murder those who speak the truth, it is time to get new governments.” — 5 likes “there now sat a square package perhaps a cubit on a side, done up in a golden wrapping all spattered with ornamental sparks of brighter and darker gold/5(29).
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  7. "The Empty Chair" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter Sting. Co-written by Sting and American record producer J. Ralph, the song was released as the lead single from the soundtrack album of documentary film Jim: The James Foley Story.

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