Is asking a musician to name a single album that shaped him akin to asking a parent to choose a favorite child?
Doesn’t matter. We did it anyway.
Secret Stages co-founder and Birmingham musician Jon Poor is the latest Triple Take guest. In advance of the sixth annual festival, which runs Friday and Saturday, we asked Poor to tell us about the book, film and album that most shape him. His answers: “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “Star Wars” and Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue.”
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