Italo Disco. Acid jazz. Groove Revival. Jazz Classic. Cool Jazz. Modern Jazz. Jazz fusion. Vocal jazz. Spiritual jazz. Free Jazz. Others Jazz. Karen Michelle - When Will I? (Vinyl) Rap. Old School Rap, Karen Michelle - When Will I? (Vinyl). West coast Rap. East coast Rap. Others US Rap. French Rap. International Karen Michelle - When Will I? (Vinyl).
Hip Hop Movies. Other Electro. European Movies. TV Shows. Sound Library. World Music. African Traditional. Indian Ocean. Others South American Traditional. West Indies.
Karen Michelle - When Will I? (Vinyl) Kei. Shibuya Kei. Sound Tracks. Others Countries. Old Music. Ancient Music. Various Items. Accessories for protection and cleaning. Transport packaging. Brush and Cleaners. Plastic sleeves for records. Plastic sleeves for CD. Record Displays. Autograph Items. Special Records. Colored Vinyls. Gold Disc. Picture Disc. Other Special Records. Best magazine. Juke Box magazine.
Record Collector Issues. Special Issues. Monthly magazines. Platine magazine. Other Magazines. CD players. Music Sheets.
Concert Tickets. Shocked was resistant to what she saw as the machinations of the music industry, and worked to retain a degree of creative control. Her first US success came with the release of her debut album, Short Sharp Shockedon college radio rotations around the country, which was met with strong acclaim from listeners.
The debut single, " Anchorage ", broke into the Billboard Hot but a follow-up single from the album, "When I Grow Up", did not chart. The second album in the trilogy, Captain Swingwas released in Described by reviewer Chris Woodstra as an album of "swing and big-band music" that "no one expected,"  the album was promoted with the release of "On the Greener Side", a gender-reversed parody of Robert Palmer 's single " Addicted to Love ", in which topless male models performed the motions made famous by the female models in Palmer's video.
The trilogy concluded with her album, Arkansas Traveler. Her desire to have the cover portray her in blackface in tribute to the roots of the music featured on the album drew criticism and a change in the cover art. InShocked contributed an original song to the soundtrack for the film Dead Man Walking called "Quality of Mercy.
She reissued expanded versions of her entire catalog, made possible by having retained complete ownership of her work when she signed with Mercury in Shocked continues to make music as an independent artist. Soul of My Soul remains Shocked's last released recording to date. She toured consistently throughthen took time off before resuming live performances and touring in InShocked married journalist Bart Bull.
They divorced in Willardson has since designed album covers for Deep Natural and for Shocked's album reissues. Shocked put forward an ambiguous sexuality from the beginning of her career. Her music appealed to many people, including lesbians. Nordhielm of Outlinesa Chicago newspaper for the gay community. Accompanied by future husband, journalist Bart Bullshe told Nordhielm she felt boxed in by listener expectations that Karen Michelle - When Will I?
(Vinyl) was either straight or gay; she said "I would like a much broader definition for myself. I mean, that's understood, growing up sheltered in a Mormon environment.
But it would have made all the difference for me had I grown up knowing that the reason I didn't fit in, was because they hadn't told me there were more categories to fit into. In a interview with CNN, Karen Michelle - When Will I? (Vinyl) stated "I am, for the last 10 years, so deeply in love with a man that the idea of living my life without him is impossible. I know how much I love him, and knowing that passion that I have for him, would I ever want to deny that to anyone else?
Absolutely not. While performing at the Wild Goose Festival in Junea Christian event at which the inclusion of gay Christians was debated, Shocked responded to an audience member's question about homosexuality by saying "Who drafted me as a gay icon?
You are looking at the world's greatest homophobe. Ask God what He thinks. On March 17,Shocked made an impromptu speech against same-sex marriage during a concert at Yoshi's nightclub in San Francisco, which led some audience members to leave in protest and the club's management to end the show. Morgan asked Shocked three times whether she was "homophobic. But the truth, I don't think, lies in the simplicity. It's in the nuance, and that's been completely lost in this…" She said that the meaning behind her prior comments was misinterpreted.
A photograph of Shocked being detained during a protest that appears on the cover of her album Short Sharp Shocked was taken by Chris Hardy of the San Francisco Examiner at a protest in San Francisco during the Democratic National Convention. Years later, Shocked was arrested during the November 29,eviction of the Occupy Los Angeles movement. The award recognized the popularity of Short Sharp Shocked with college radio listeners. Michelle Shocked has re-released her Mercury releases in expanded form on her own Mighty Sound imprint.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Karen Michelle Johnston. American singer-songwriter. For those of a similar name, see Karen Johnson disambiguation. This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article.
Please discuss this issue on the article's talk page. September Michelle Shocked at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass The National Academies.
Tomorrow - Bobbi Martin - Tomorrow (Vinyl, LP, Album), They Want EFX (Remix) - Das EFX - They Want EFX (Vinyl), Tengo Miedo - Los Flechazos - En Acción! (CD, Album), Alcyon (Allen & Envy Remix), Megamix (Medley) - Village People - Megamix (Vinyl), Goeie Ouwe Tijd - Henk Elsink - Schertsenderwijze (Cassette), March To The Scaffold From Symphonie Fantasique, A.E. Frogstein - Sleepbringer - Residuum (File), The Ames Brothers With Hugo Winterhalter And His Orchestra* - A Very Precious Love (Vinyl), Suffer - Feud - To Load But Once (Vinyl, LP), Twenty Times, Sonho De Um Carnaval - Various - Brasiliance! Jazz Bossa 2 (CD)