Friday, February 20, 2015

Vote for Monk! (and vote for Clark, too!)

Let's start with the works that are eligible for Monk's Prize.  Remember that you can vote by emailing me at  the name of the poem that you are voting for.

Felino A. Soriano for "Trio of incorporated interpretations": 

It's also time to vote for Clark's Prize as well.  The following poems are eligible:

Martin Willits, Jr. for "Now That You Are Gone..."

Allyson Lima for  "Turn":

Remember that you can vote from Feb. 21 to March 7 by sending me a PM on Facebook or emailing me at .

I realized that I posted this entry without music.  Lately I've been listening to my Dillard and Clark CD, so I'll post a link to a few songs from that album.

"No Longer a Sweetheart of Mine" is not by Gene Clark, but it has been going through my head these days, so let's begin with it:

I can't remember if I've posted "Kansas City Southern," which Clark wrote:

"Why Not Your Baby" is also by Clark, and it's the saddest song in the world:

Their cover of "Don't Let Me Down" has begun to grow on me:

I'll finish with one of Dillard and Clark's gospel numbers:

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