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Billie Holiday   “Behind me, Billie was on her last song. I picked up the refrain, humming a few bars. Her voice sounded different to me now. Beneath the layers of hurt, beneath the ragged laughter, I heard a willingness to endure. Endure- and make music that wasn’t there before.” Barack Obama. Quoted in “Dreams From My Father”

Billie Holiday “Behind me, Billie was on her last song. I picked up the refrain, humming a few bars. Her voice sounded different to me now. Beneath the layers of hurt, beneath the ragged laughter, I heard a willingness to endure. Endure- and make music that wasn’t there before.” Barack Obama. Quoted in “Dreams From My Father”

Transfiguration and Transcendence: The Music of Alice Coltrane | Pitchfork

Transfiguration and Transcendence: The Music of Alice Coltrane | Pitchfork

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