Articles tagged k.d. lang

Cole Porter in the Age of AIDS: The 25th Anniversary of ‘Red Hot + Blue’

Today's pop culture is as intolerant as ever of aging and illness but Porter’s great wit remains ideal for expressions of love, solace, and desire in the age of AIDS.

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k.d. lang & the reclines: A Truly Western Experience

Bumstead re-release k.d.'s first independent album on the eve of its 25th anniversary...

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29 Oct 2009 // 10:30 PM

While some rappers are terrified someone might think they're gay, many one hit wonders don't buy into that "no homo" crap.

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26 Feb 2008 // 5:12 AM

A refocused k.d. lang is playing it straight

It may come as a surprise to her fans, but k.d. lang is playing it straight, both on her new album, “Watershed,” which she

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k.d. lang: Watershed

k.d. lang's voice is the dominant hue in a kaleidoscope of sounds on Watershed, a welcome return by one of music's most beloved stylists.

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Various Artists: Northern Stars: A Canadian Singers & Songwriters Collection

Is there someone out there thinking "if only I could find a CD that features both 'Complicated' by Avril Lavigne and Leonard Cohen's 'Suzanne', my world would be complete?"

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22 May 2006 // 11:00 PM

k.d. lang: Reintarnation

Reintarnation offers a close-up look at a somewhat lesser known but equally fulfilling period of her career.

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        k.d. lang: Live By Request

There’s really something fascinating about the whole concept behind A&E’s Live By Request. The idea of musicians performing on television is

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1 Jan 1995 // 12:03 AM

Eye of the Beholder (2000)

Wigs. Ideally, they can change everything: your appearance, your self-image, your imagined possibilities, your identity. In the movies, wigs can also effect change, but at the same time, they carry moral meanings, they can suggest artifice and disguise, dashed dreams and pathologies.

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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