Tuesday Musics (4-Day-Week Wednesday Edition): M2Oh, “Don’t Be Afraid”

In honour of her shows with the Peggy Lee Band in Toronto last night and at the Guelph Jazz Festival tonight, and in defense against the encroaching dread of mortality brought on by the perishing of summer and the coming of autumn, here’s Mary Margaret O’Hara singing “Don’t Be Afraid” by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, from the 1996 Weill tribute album September Songs, produced by Hal Willner.

Advertisements

Comments Off on Tuesday Musics (4-Day-Week Wednesday Edition): M2Oh, “Don’t Be Afraid”

Filed under carl wilson, music, Tuesday Musics

Comments are closed.