LTMSFI

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LTMSFILet the Music Speak for Itself (music performance)
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The stars let the music speak for itself, as 80s pop star Rick Astley, from down the road in Newton-le-Willows, got the crowd on their feet with his hits Together Forever and Never Gonna Give You Up.
"Let the music speak for itself," we were told by Ray Brown, chairman of the Mrs Sunderland Music Festival, and the driving force of a remarkable festival team which organised this pioneer event.
At the end of the day, I've been here for a minute, so I try my hardest to let the music speak for itself. I've seen people get big and then fall off.
Nelsons let the music speak for itself, unwilling to impose extraneous emotion, trusting his players to respond to all the score's riches.
48:13 is named simply after the total running time of the 13 new tracks and Tom says they decided to just let the music speak for itself instead of coming up with a tricky title that would require endless explanations.
The setting was simple and John Wilson's words were few and far between, but his decision to let the music speak for itself made the evening a resounding triumph.
Fate maybe was not the kindest to the Bunnymen, but McCulloch is still here, still going, now if only he and everyone else would just shut up and let the music speak for itself.
Let the music speak for itself and find its own way in the world.
However, it does look like Paris understands that it might be a better idea to lie low and let the music speak for itself.
Only TD Finian McGrath let the music speak for itself as he chose a more subtle look to sing the Bob Dylan classic Knocking On Heaven's Door.
"The lyrics just lent themselves to what we do, so we leave them alone and let the music speak for itself," says chairman Martin Brophy.
Fate maybe was not the kindest to the Bunnymen, but McCulloch is still here, still going, so now if only he and everyone else would just shut up and let the music speak for itself.
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