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L
isten to Essra Mohawk's interview on Love & Peace on Banana Peel Radio
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Interview with Essra at Tub Mag
azine!

 

* MummyPump - Essra Mohawk :

Revelations of the Secret Diva (US,1970-1996pub.2007)

Tr.3, “Bizarre Beginnings” (1967?) 1 min

 Tr.16, “Heaven waits so patiently” (1996) 4 min

Overview of her works. First track is with Frank Zappa. She was part of the
Mothers for a while. A different version of “I cannot Forget” is included here
too. She survived through the 80s while including different influences.

Review!


 

 
       
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Glowing review of Essra's CD
You're Not Alone
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Asylum Records  

A  fan recently sent me this image of a book
I'm in, recently published in Japan.

Thank You, Tak for taking the time to send
this on to me.

Essra


   

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  • Former WFUV-FM (90.7 NY) Musical Director Mike Fornatale! Read the following excerpt regarding a review citing Joni Mitchell's supposed influence on Essra...

      "Regarding the Joni connection--the same book cites a meeting between the 1969 Essra and the 1969 Joni, in which Joni plays Essra her brand new song Woodstock--you may, just MAY, have heard this tune once or twice--and said, "This song was influenced by your music." I can believe that. So that neatly turns the tables on that "Joni-Influence" thing, no? And what a mindblower THAT must have been, yes?"

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