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Merry Christmas II You
As autumn leaves begin to fall, international superstar Mariah Carey puts the finishing touches on MERRY CHRISTMAS II YOU, her second career album of holiday tunes, arriving November 2nd on the Island Def Jam Music Group. Highlighting the long-awaited new album is a brand new recording of Mariah's all-time standard, "All I Want For Christmas Is You."77% (7)
In addition to traditional yuletide fare - "The First Noel," "Little Drummer Boy," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "O Come All Ye Faithful" and more - MERRY CHRISTMAS II YOU also contains four original songs composed by Mariah, including the new single, "Oh Santa," and many more surprises for the fans. Producers on the new album include American Idol's Randy Jackson, multi-platinum hit-making producer Jermaine Dupri, James Poyser (acclaimed producer for Aretha Franklin, The Roots, Lauryn Hill and more), and five-time Oscar nominee and Grammy/Tony/Emmy award winning composer Marc Shaiman.
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"that moment knocked me down without bothering to say, 'hello'" --deep dish "so we took a little trip down to mexico" -me, paraphrasing a eurythimics lyric turns out, 17 is not my lucky number. kitty died this past february; she was 17. and, after 17 years, mitch and i split up in december 2010. it all seemed to be going well initially. our relationship had come to feel like that madonna quote about tiring of performing the same show repeatedly: "it's like chewing gum, at first it's so fresh and new. then, by the end, you just want to go 'pthew!' and spit it out." after he moved out in december, i was caught up in adjusting to living by myself and filling those spaces that someone else had inhabited for 17 years--and learning how to do the tasks that he had done that we had divided over time (paying the bills online, dusting--ick--, etc.) it seemed to be going well. and then came the blow from nowhere. i won a preceptor award for my company this past year and was asked to write up a blurb about myself and submit a photo. i decided to use an image mitch took of me in costa rica where a baby spider monkey is sitting on my shoulder. so i went to his flickr site to look for it. and the image above is what greeted me. yes, it's his new boyfriend, luis. other photos which he had recently posted showed luis as his date at his birthday party in february 2011, just two months after we separated. i was devastated--first by the fact that he had made a segue into another relationship so quickly, and also by the fact that he had kept this hidden from me. jennifer aniston said of brad pitt of his photo shoot with angelina joli after he and jennifer had split up, "he's missing a piece in his sensitivity chip." amen, sister. it was a punch in the gut that floored me. turns out, i had NOT been dealing with the emotional aspect of the separation AT ALL. i am my mother's child, and my emotions are always on my sleeve. so it was shocking to see myself react so strongly so suddenly, several months after the event. my mother and sister put it most succinctly: mom said, "it's like someone died, like a death in the family." bar qualified, "no, it IS a death." exactly. i was literally lost in a sea of emotions for the next several weeks. i talked to mitch, who has remained as supportive as could be expected in this situation (thanks for that). i began seeing a therapist, which is helping. i am regaining some objectivity and perspective again. i have been plagued by a huge sense of guilt and failure at how little effort we made to salvage our relationship after 17 years, as well as some of the contributing factors that led to the split. i was raised with the lesson that you never quit or walk away, which is what it feels like we did. but done is done. "be ye not unequally yoked." there is a lot of truth in that verse, and it turns out that mitch and i were precisely that in a lot of ways. we had the capacity to make each other miserable by wanting different things from life. our current living arrangements reflect that fact vividly. i live in a farmhouse in an extremely rural area, surrounded by a forest and running streams. he lives in a high-rise condo on the fourth floor smack in the middle of downtown. i have visited his new place, and while it's nice and may be the perfect place for him, i feel i have to wash my clothes twice after leaving to get the smell of hellfire and brimstone out of them. now, he can chatter on his cellphone, text his friends, watch cable all day long if he so chooses. i don't even have working television, and probably never will. in some ways, i was born in the wrong century. i am happiest when i am behind a shovel, loading manure into a wheelbarrow for my garden or setting out the endless army of pots waiting on the driveway, each new plant waiting for me to find its place in the tapestry of my garden. i loathe that motionless inertia; i am a yardslave. mitch never was. i think--no, now KNOW--that he resented my constant impulse to manifest the dreams in my head into DIY projects around the house. anyway, so here i am. this photo is essentially that wake-up call that says, "get your shit together NOW," the heart attack that does not kill you, but inspires you to alter your diet, start exercising, quit smoking--or die a certain death. i died in some ways when i saw this photo, but it also helped resurrect me in others. such is the nature of life. as tori amos says, "so it ends, so it begins." true that. while i am mostly visual in my sensory impulses, i love music. and certain songs have helped to define this time in my life. so here is my playlist of this era: 1. "devotion," hurts 2. "stay," hurts (that album will forever take me back to nov/dec 2010; these two songs are the two poles of the tug-of-war that i felt was going on at that time) 3. "strangelove," depeche mode 4 "mariah carey
Mariah Carey at the 12th Annual Keepers Of The Dream Awards. Carey is seen wearing an off the shoulder black dress, showing off her curves. The singer was honored at the event as well as Wyclef Jean. The yearly four-day long fundraiser, "recognizes exemplary displays of committed service to the tenets of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the ultimate dreamer.
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These days she's fodder for tabloid writers and late-night comics, but way back in the '90s Mariah Carey ruled the charts. This two-disc collection offers up evidence why, for better or worse, Mariah's five-octave, pop/R&B stylings set the diva standard. Greatest Hits culls its offerings from Carey's five albums on Sony (she is now signed to Virgin), and you get all the facets of her platinum-plus sound. From the soulful smolder of her 1990 debut "Vision of Love" (still one of her best tracks) to the coyer-than-thou duet with Jay Z ("Heartbreaker"), Carey thrills, trills, and hits notes that only canines comprehend. Fans will gobble this collection up, but inclusion of some of Carey's more adventuresome remixes (e.g. the Puffy-produced "Fantasy," featuring ODB) might have made this package more noteworthy. --Amy Linden
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