You Say You Want a Revolution

On a forgotten back-and-forth between Nina Simone and John Lennon.

There is always something at stake in a song. The best works pluck at futures that might be lost or gained. Even the most brazenly mass-produced and disposable tune carries within it some notion of what the world should be like. Observed in the right way, music becomes a long and constantly unfolding banner of […]

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