|Every so often I'll read something that gives me hope that great music will become as popular as bad music. One such blurb today:|
Time After Time: More than four years after her death, Eva Cassidy is the subject of a cover feature in Billboard magazine. The darling of the Washington area music circuit, Cassidy died of cancer in 1996 at age 33, having released only one solo recording, "Live at Blues Alley," but her popularity has continued to grow with several posthumous albums.
The latest Cassidy collection, "Time After Time," hit No. 27 on Billboard's independent albums chart. And BBC listeners recently voted her rendition of "Over the Rainbow" one of the 100 most significant recordings of the 20th century . . .