Charles Bradley sings the powerful cover as part of another session of the Newsroom Concert Series. Bradley's album, also called 'Changes' was released in April.
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This Queen’s student froze to death on a Kingston pier. Read about his incredible survival and how he came back to life at the Toronto Star: http://on.thestar.com/2kBpTJv Or read and excerpt of Mary Ormsby's story below: This Queen’s student froze to death on a Kingston pier. Here’s how he came back to life Tayyab Jafar was found on a sub-zero morning with no vital signs and a core temperature 16 C below normal. It would be easy to call what happened next a miracle, but it’s not — though some on his medical team are stunned at the results. KINGSTON, ONT.—Tayyab Jafar walks through a gruel of slush coating the wide pier behind a King St. public works building. He stops and points to the place he died. “Right about here,” says the fourth-year Queen’s University student from Oakville. The spot is at the pier’s edge. Near a warning in long faded letters stencilled across the ground: “No Diving.” He is silent for a moment. Wintry drizzle falls. Lake Ontario’s steel-grey waters slap below. The sky’s wet gloom frames Jafar’s slender figure. The 22-year-old, shrugging, hands in pockets, says: “That happened.” But what happened was far from ordinary. Jafar’s story is one of resurrection; how tenacious medical teams brought a frozen man back to life. For more visit thestar.com: http://on.thestar.com/2kBpTJv
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From Charles Bradley's latest album, Changes, out now! Directed by Eric Feigenbaum @egopuppets Produced by Jessie English for Remedial Media @englishenglish @remedialmedia Edited by Jimmy Giannopoulos @pgdm DOP Eric Feigenbaum 1st AC Pete Moses @petemoses Key Grip: Akosh Barr Hair and Makeup: Jacob Gerarghty -- @jacobgerarghty Production Assistant: Dima Dubson @dimadubson Color Grading: Demon Dalton WWW.REMEDIALMEDIA.COM
Charles Bradley performs "Changes" for a World Cafe Session with host, David Dye. Recorded at World Cafe Live, Philadelphia on 4/25/16. World Cafe www.npr.org/blogs/world-cafe/ Tumblr www.worldcafe.tumblr.com/ Facebook www.facebook.com/WorldCafe Twitter www.twitter.com/WorldCafe Instagram www.instagram.com/worldcafe Youtube www.youtube.com/worldcafe
Singer Charles Bradley was born in 1948, but released his debut album just five years ago. He was strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Bradley performs "Changes" from his new album, "Changes."