Articles tagged cat stevens

Chasing the Jester’s Ghosts: “American Pie”

In light of the March 2017 announcement of "American Pie" being preserved in the Library of Congress, let's not forget other songs of the '70s that matter just as much.

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Iron & Wine: Kiss Each Other Clean

Iron & Wine's major-label debut might have a sexy title, but it’s just a little too effete to be the great pop record it really should be.

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Rocky Votolato: 5.April.2010 - Toronto

Rocky Votolato isn’t a physically imposing man, but he carries a lot of presence. That presence was palpable Monday night in Toronto, filling the small room of the Drake Underground and grabbing everyone’s attention.

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Esther Ofarim: Esther Ofarim in London

A noise that's so clean it's almost surreal.

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Yusuf Islam: Roadsinger (To Warm You Through the Night)

On his second secular album since converting to the Muslim faith, the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens finds his classic voice once again.

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29 Nov 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Cat Stevens: Gold

Stevens was once of the biggest, most beloved musical stars in the world. Gold, a new two-disc compilation of his work is a useful reminder of why that was.

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        Cat Stevens: Numbers / Izitso / Back to Earth

There have been three quite distinct phases in the pop life of the man born Steven Georgiou of Greek antecedence in London in 1947. During the

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	Cat Stevens: Mona Bone Jakon / Tea for the Tillerman / Teaser and the Firecat

These three albums, released between 1970 and 1972, gained Cat Stevens a great deal of popularity in America. Now they’re back, as part of a series

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	Cat Stevens: Catch Bull at Four / Foreigner / Buddha and the Chocolate Box

Sound like one of those dreadful trailers for a dire VH-1 Behind the Music episode? Yes, having covered the true giants of the pop music

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//Mixed media


Stevie Wonder Takes a Knee as Green Day and Others Also Speak Out at Global Citizen Festival

// Notes from the Road

"The 2017 Global Citizen Festival's message for social action was amplified by Stevie Wonder and many other incredible performers and notable guests.

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