Lori Carson
singer-songwriter
Lori Carson
Lori Carson is a singer/songwriter. She has released several solo albums, appeared on many soundtracks, and collaborated with artists such as The Golden Palominos. She performed lead vocals on the song "In the Middle of the Night" on French producer Hector Zazou's album Strong Currents. Soundtrack credits include the films Blue Car, Waking the Dead, Stealing Beauty, and Gone in 60 Seconds. These songs can be found on her compilation, entitled Stolen Beauty.
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The Golden Palominos @ Handelsbeurs - KnackFocus.be
Google News - over 5 years
The Golden Palominos is altijd al een kweekvijver geweest voor chanteuses die later met succes op eigen vleugels leerden te vliegen, en na Syd Straw, Amanda Kramer en Lori Carson zou Lianne Smith wel eens de volgende dame kunnen zijn die dank zij Anton
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New Service Offers Made-to-Order CD's From TV Show
NYTimes - about 14 years
Sony Pictures Television and a CD duplication company plan to introduce a Web site today that will allow fans of the television show ''Dawson's Creek'' to create and buy customized CD's of songs featured on the program. Users of the site, www.dawsonscreekcds.com, will be able to select up to 14 tracks for their CD's from an initial pool of about
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POP AND JAZZ GUIDE
NYTimes - over 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of noteworthy pop and jazz concerts in the New York metropolitan region this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended concert. OBO ADDY, the Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, Chelsea, (212) 255-5793. A percussionist from Ghana, Obo Addy leads a group, Okropong, that revels in the propulsive subtleties of West
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Singer-Songwriter Escapes the Rat Race, But Can Still Hear Her Muse
NYTimes - over 15 years
LIFE is so good for Lori Carson that it seems like a fairy tale. In the past 20 years since Ms. Carson, then a teenager, left her Massapequa home for Manhattan, she has found rock stardom, fled what she described as the clutches of evil corporate ogres and escaped with her prince back to Long Island to a storybook cottage with a glorious garden.
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POP AND JAZZ GUIDE
NYTimes - over 18 years
Here is a selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy pop and jazz concerts in New York City this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended concert. ARROW AND RICARDO LEMVO, Midsummer Night Swing, Fountain Plaza at Lincoln Center, (212) 875-5766. Arrow's ''Hot! Hot! Hot!'' was the commercial peak of a career spent mixing Caribbean
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; In Honor of a Disk Jockey Who Does It His Way
NYTimes - about 19 years
The 22d in a long line of heroes, cult favorites and ingenues at the extravagant bash that filled the Bottom Line on Friday night had only a small bone to pick with the honored guest. ''There's just one thing wrong with this evening,'' said the noted songwriter Jimmy Webb to Vin Scelsa, New York's longest-surviving free-form disk jockey, before
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Pop and Jazz Guide
NYTimes - over 19 years
Here is a selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy pop and jazz concerts in New York City this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended concert. * $(rating: one star$)CYRO BAPTISTA, Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard Street, TriBeCa, (212) 219-3006. One of New York City's best Brazilian percussionists, Cyro Baptista is also a
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IN PERFORMANCE; POP
NYTimes - over 22 years
Singer-Songwriter Festival Offers a Broad Sampling Carnegie Hall "I will not walk in my father's shoes," Cliff Eberhardt sang at the First New York Singer-Songwriter Festival on Friday. He was wrong; most of the 30 songwriters on the bill echoed forebears like Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor. The concert, presented by the
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RECORDINGS VIEW; No Cease-Fire In the Battle Of the Sexes
NYTimes - about 23 years
From the battle between the sexes, these bulletins just in: Breaking up is hard to do; so is staying together when coupledom becomes a quiet war of attrition. Passion exalts the spirit and clouds the judgment, promising pleasure and bringing danger. Betrayal is universal, yet each deception is a fresh wound. It has been a long time since rock songs
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Reviews/Music; Jackson's Harsh Words for Old Label
NYTimes - over 26 years
Joe Jackson is a performer who even in the best of times brings an edge of feistiness to his concerts. Although the English-born singer and composer was in a mellower mood than usual on Thursday at the Marquee, where he played the first of several local concerts, he still found time to scoff at his former label, A&M Records, dedicated a new song,
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RECORDINGS; A Woman's View On Love's Trials - And Hold the Tears
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: The recording business rediscovered female singer-songwriters in the 1980's when an assortment of oddballs broke through to reinvent pop's female points of view. The Pretenders, the Eurythmics and Sinead O'Connor made a dent in rock; Madonna and Janet Jackson burned up the dance charts; Suzanne Vega, Tracy Chapman, 10,000 Maniacs (led by
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Who's Where When at the Rock Festival
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: The music festival presented by the New Music Seminar begins today and runs through Wednesday at several sites. Single tickets are available at each club; a $99 pass for all the performances is on sale at the Ritz, 119 East 11th Street. A listing of this weekend's events follows. Information: 529-9321 or individual clubs. The music festival
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THE POP LIFE; ROCHES' ALBUM STRIKES A NEW NOTE
NYTimes - over 31 years
''ANOTHER WORLD,'' the fourth Warner Brothers album in six years by the Roches, represents a striking stylistic departure for the New York-based folk singing and songwriting trio. The record is their first serious attempt to accommodate the tastes of top-40 radio, a medium that, despite widespread critical acclaim for the Roches, has so far
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lori Carson
    FIFTIES
  • 2013
    Age 54
    In June 2013 her debut novel, The Original 1982, was published by William Morrow/Harper Collins.
    More Details Hide Details Lori was born 2 March 1958, at Queens Hospital, in New York and grew up in Bethpage, Long Island the oldest of three siblings. She has a brother and sister. Her mother Edith was a teacher. Her late father Marvin was an engineer who went to work on Wall Street. Carson graduated from Plainedge High School in North Massapequa, was a Fine Arts major at FIT in New York City, and attended Hunter College. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dawson's Creek, Party of Five, Melrose Place, Baywatch, CSI: Miami, and Roswell.
  • FORTIES
  • 1999
    Age 40
    Released in 1999, it was her last record for Restless.
    More Details Hide Details House in the Weeds, a lo-fi, limited edition of only two thousand copies was made available in 2001. Also Rykodisc released Stolen Beauty, a compilation of Carson’s film and TV contributions that year. In 2002 Janet Rienstra of Meta Records asked Lori to compose a song-cycle that would work in the context of yoga or meditation. The Finest Thing was the result. Released by Meta in 2004, it was featured by NPR that summer on Echoes. One Little Indian picked it up for release in Europe in 2005. Lori’s most recent record is Another Year (Blue Kitchen Music/ United for Opportunity, 2012).
  • THIRTIES
  • 1998
    Age 39
    In 1998, Lori moved from New York City to Seattle and recorded Stars with Layng Martine III and Joe Ferla co-producing.
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  • 1992
    Age 33
    Playing a show in New York City later that year, she was approached by drummer/producer Anton Fier to collaborate on a new project that became 1992’s This is How it Feels by The Golden Palominos.
    More Details Hide Details Pure by the Palominos was released the following year and featured Lori’s song 'Little Suicides'. For a time it was hard to find a hipper band than the Golden Palominos. Carson signed to Restless records in 1994 and Where it Goes (produced by Fier) came out in 1995. She toured extensively in support of the record, often accompanied by Paul Pimsler and cellist Jane Scarpantoni. Solo, she opened for the Counting Crows, facing their hit-hungry audiences with only an acoustic guitar. On tour in Asia, she learned that Bernardo Bertolucci wanted to license 'You Won’t Fall' for his film Stealing Beauty. Also came an offer to co-write a song for Katherine Bigelow’s Strange Days with composer Graeme Revell. Everything I Touch Runs Wild came out in 1997. Recorded in her New York City apartment, the record got great press. It made many top ten lists nationally and was named Record of the Year by the Long Island Village Voice.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 28
    Lori began performing in the mid-nineteen eighties at Folk City, The Bitter End, and other clubs on, or around Bleecker Street. She was signed to a development deal with Manhattan Records in 1987 and the following year to a recording contract with Geffen Records.
    More Details Hide Details Shelter produced by Hal Willner was released in 1990 to excellent reviews. It featured a duet with Gregg Allman. In support of the record Lori toured with a trio (Rachelle Garnier on accordion and Paul Pimsler on guitar) opening for Joe Jackson in Canada and the U.S. In 1991, she was dropped from the label.
  • 1982
    Age 23
    Her debut novel, The Original 1982, was published by William Morrow/Harper Collins in June 2013.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1958
    Born
    Born on May 2, 1958.
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