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Pussy Cats is possibly the greatest breakup album ever, and here’s why. The album’s producer, John Lennon, moved to LA to begin what is now known as his ‘Lost Weekend’, and Nilsson was there to enable him. Drinking, snorting and getting thrown out of placed like teenagers, Lennon and Nilsson rekindled their friendship with the likes of Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, Keith Richards, Bobby Keys and Eric Clapton.
Every other song on here is a rocker and in between the gaps are heart-crushing ballads, songs seemingly easy to sing after you’ve drank your broken heart into a brandy educed stupor. Nilsson lost his sweet falsetto voice on this album, having ruptured his vocal cords. But with the raspy rockers with your pals and heartbroken nights alone, this record is a freeze-frame of two of the most prolific songwriters of all time.
This documentary is absolutely perfect. It’s about the backup singers that made big name stars Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, and Jagger from the Rolling Stones such big stars. The film explores their lives, ups and downs, failures and comebacks. “20 Feet From Stardom” is a powerful documentary. There’s even a key scene in the film that’s incredibly haunting and it’s when it plays the isolated track for Rolling Stones’s classic “Gimme Shelter”. Hearing young Merry Clayton’s sing with her entire soul and then some the words “Rape. Murder. It’s Just a Shot Away” is strong and even tear-dropping. It’s insightful, rich, and occasionally heartbreaking. While it may not tell the whole story, it tells plenty enough to have invested and having you question what it truly defines what a star is. Please check this out when you can.