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Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield wrote Captain and Tennille’s hit “Love Will Keep Us Together.”
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Like many 70-year-old white men, the Duke of Wales loves the music of the late Leonard Cohen.
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If you think the most Jewish thing Jeff Tweedy ever did was to name a Wilco album “Schmilco,” think again.
“The string players are making this sound like a Geiger counter.”
What did Mostel perform for a mainstream TV audience long before American popular culture embraced multiculturalism? A Yiddish song.
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