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Originally posted by Be like the water, people.:

dude, Rosa, thanks for reminding me of the film score project! this song is so friggin cool...

Film score project?

I really like her interpretation of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"--performed, by the way, at the Jewish Heritage Festival in 2005. It's interesting how widely the major performances of this song differ. Buckley's is more about sexuality, while Spektor's is more metaphysical.

"Pound of Flesh" is pure genius. I wish she would perform it more often. [One of] the implied narrator(s) is Shylock, the Jew/antagonist from Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. It becomes a meditation on death and literary influence.

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Originally posted by Me Myself:

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Originally posted by Be like the water, people.:

dude, Rosa, thanks for reminding me of the film score project! this song is so friggin cool...

Film score project?

That would be Twa Sisters. Welcome to da Stix. Smiler

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Originally posted by Mumrik:

That would be Twa Sisters. Welcome to da Stix. Smiler

"Twa" Sisters? I think someone here who talked to Levon Vincent said it was called "Two" Sisters.

And if you want to download it, Me Myself, here it is:

http://www.box.net/shared/lz9h0b02ox

If I'm not mistaken, the song is called "Two Sisters" but it stems from a legend called "Twa Sisters."

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Originally posted by ThisIsHowItWorks:

If I'm not mistaken, the song is called "Two Sisters" but it stems from a legend called "Twa Sisters."

You're right, as far as I know. Smiler

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