Signe Anderson, Marty Balin and author Craig Fenton talk to Joe Viglione on
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Part I Joe Viglione interviews Mark Farner
Joe Viglione reviews Mark Farner
His new album is fantastic - read Visual Radio host Joe Viglione's review of
"For The People"
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Here's something novel - some fan has taken Joe Viglione's review of
Dionne Warwick's classic SOULFUL album - here's a video of Dionne performing The Beatles' WE CAN WORK IT OUT, utilizing Joe's review on YOU TUBE
Writes Nick Tosches, the renowned writer, rock music journalist, novelist, biographer and poet in the January 7, 1972 issue of the rock magazine FUSION; "...getting into Dionne Warwick is like finding buried treasure. It's pure emotion. There is a whole lot more to emotion than some rock punk bursting his dexedrine-staved blood vessels by screaming "Baby I need you baby" into a microphone. Dionne Warwick is not a rock and roll singer. She's not a jazz singer either. Rhythm and blues? Nope. A pop singer? No way. Did you ever tongue-kiss with someone who barfed a Singapore Sling bolus into your mouth, and then four years later you're with someone else and you feel good and you realize how beautiful it all was and then it's all melancholy/happiness, sort of? That's the kind of singer Dionne Warwick is. She's beautiful. If you've never gotten into her, you ought to. Get hep to Dionne Warwick. For your own sake."