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Lawrence Brownlee

Monday, March 08, 2010

It’s been three years since tenor Lawrence Brownlee made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera in Rossini’s Barber of Seville. He joins us to talk about his new role there, sharing the stage with soprano Renée Fleming for the upcoming production of Armida.


Lawrence Brownlee

Comments [2]

Tarnisher from brooklyn

Nirvana Unplugged isn't officially a cover album, but if it was, it would be my favorite. Kurt's covers of the Meat Puppets songs are some of my favorite pieces of music, although I still find the originals almost un-listenable.

Mar. 08 2010 02:38 PM
Ken from New Jersey

"Twisted" is not a Joni Mitchell original but one of her very rare covers. I don't know whether she or Bette Midler covered it first, but the original is by Lambert, Hendricks & Ross.

Mar. 08 2010 02:36 PM

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