You’re So Vain

One of American singer, songwriter and children’s author Carly Simon’s most popular hits is “You’re So Vain,” which she wrote in 1971 and recorded the following year. Over the years, part of the song’s allure has been the mystery surrounding who exactly she’s saying is so vain. There has been much speculation, guessing and proddingContinue reading “You’re So Vain”

Gimme Shelter

So, I have a confession to make. I’ve never been a follower of the Rolling Stones. Yeah, really. It’s not a value judgment but, like pretty well no one else I know, I’ve just never been strongly drawn to them, for whatever reason. It’s interesting, though: two years ago in February, I heard a localContinue reading “Gimme Shelter”

How Shall I See You Through My Tears (from the film, Camp)

Many years ago, Sweety and I watched the IFC Films release Camp (2003), written and directed by American Todd Graff. It is a comedy-drama-musical about teenagers attending a summer performing arts camp in New York state, USA. The film features actor Anna Kendrick in her first movie role (among other parts, she’s starred with GeorgeContinue reading “How Shall I See You Through My Tears (from the film, Camp)”