When is a song finished? When the artist in question decides it is, I guess. And aren’t recordings of songs just fleeting moments in time anyway? Just one stop on a longer musical odyssey. Well, if you agree with the above statements, and anyone with a broad and creative mind should, then the idea of an artist re-visiting, re-imagining, and re-recording songs from the past, giving them new meaning, new relevance, and a new life in the modern age seems like the most logical thing any artist can do…

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