Another Piece of My Heart by Jane GreenFrom The New York Times bestselling author of Jemima J and The Beach House comes Jane Green’s most emotional and powerful novel yet: a story that explores the complications of a woman marrying into a ready-made family.
Andi is a woman who has spent much of her adult life looking for the perfect man, and at thirty-seven, shes finally found him. Ethan—divorced with two daughters, Emily and Sophia—is a devoted father and even better husband. Always hoping one day she would be a mother, Andi embraces the girls like they were her own. But in Emily’s eyes, Andi is an obstacle to her father’s love, and Emily will do whatever it takes to break her down. When the dynamics between the two escalate, they threaten everything Andi believes about love, family, and motherhood—leaving both women standing at a crossroad in their lives and in their hearts.
Another Piece of My Heart is a novel that illuminates the nuances and truths about relationships and is Jane Green at her absolute best.
ANOTHER PIECE OF MY HEART/ THE PATCHWORK MARRIAGE (UK)
Didn't I make you feel like you were the only man yeah! Didn't I give you nearly everything that a woman possibly can? Honey, you know I did! And each time I tell myself that I, well I think I've had enough But I'm gonna show you, baby, that a woman can be tough. I want you to come on, come on, come on, come on and take it Take it! Take another little piece of my heart now, baby!
So much for originality in pop in ! Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Designing his version of the song to be more Erma Franklin than Janis Joplin, Ferry has in the end to deal with the legacy and weight of the Joplin version. Too young, in both instances. Despite the success, Berns life was marked by frail health: as a teenager he suffered from a rheumatic fever so virulent he was left with a permanently weakened heart: he was told he would not live to be 21 HoF.
Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. Oh, come on, come on, come on, come on! Didn't I make you feel like you were the only man - yeah! An' didn't I give you nearly everything that a woman possibly can? Honey, you know I did! And each time I tell myself that I, well I think I've had enough, But I'm gonna show you, baby, that a woman can be tough.
Please note that this product is not available for purchase from Bloomsbury. In , at just twenty-two, Richard Goldstein approached the Village Voice with a novel idea. It was a logical question, since rock criticism didn't yet exist. In the weekly column he would produce for the Voice, Goldstein became the first person to write regularly in a major publication about the music that was changing everyone's lives. He believed deeply in the power of rock, and, long before it was acceptable, he championed the idea that this music was a serious art form. From his unique position in journalism, Richard Goldstein witnessed the full arc of events that shaped culture and politics in the s — and participated in them, too. He was challenged to a boxing match by Norman Mailer and took Susan Sontag to her first disco.
The song came to greater mainstream attention when Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin on lead vocals covered the song in and had a much bigger hit with it. The song has since been remade by several singers, including Dusty Springfield on her album Dusty It was recorded by Sammy Hagar on his first Geffen Records release, Standing Hampton , which hit the airwaves in , and reached platinum status , Faith Hill in and Melissa Etheridge in The original version of "Piece of My Heart" was recorded by Aretha Franklin 's older sister Erma in for producer Bert Berns' Shout label with the same song on both sides of the 7" vinyl single. Pop Singles chart. Bert Berns wanted Van Morrison, who he was producing at the time, to record the song, but Morrison decIined, wanting to do his own material instead.
Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. Oh, come on, come on, come on, come on! Didn't I make you feel like you were the only man - yeah! An' didn't I give you nearly everything that a woman possibly can? Honey, you know I did!