Nisrine Hammour

The Warm Cosy World Of Cover Songs

By Nisrine Hammour | October 2, 2014

These versions are presented in a more pop manufactured way and thus songs that are originally raw and rather un-polished are presented in a more comfortable way and so I’m back in my comfort zone again. Somehow my conscious is appeased and I am lulled back to a warm cosy world of pop rather then unvarnished rock as its orginal form was

Songs For Children And Children's Songs

By Nisrine Hammour | May 29, 2014

My niece loves “Upside Down” by Paloma Faith, “Candy” ‘ by Robbie Williams, “C ’Est La Vie” by B*witched and when she was not yet three she sang, as best as she was able, on the top of her lungs to “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” by Shaina Twain! Hahah, it was funny

For Those In Peril On The Sea Of Life

By Nisrine Hammour | May 19, 2014

Any hymn has the same power to both soothe the soul and stimulate the senses at the same time; the union of powerful, stirring music coupled with comforting,cheering, encouraging words a match, possibly literally, made in heaven.

When Elton John Met Morecambe And Wise

By Nisrine Hammour | May 15, 2014

Narked, cold and fed up, I cheered myself up with the thoughts of Morecambe and Wise DVD night but which of the many to watch I wondered. well that decision was made for my by my uncle who had only come all the way from America and watched the Elton John m&w skit with me!

Ooohing And Aaahing To "Easter Parade"

By Nisrine Hammour | May 11, 2014

So, if i may suggest, the next rainy Sunday afternoon you get, pop on Easter Parade, ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ at the sheer talent before your very eyes and ears and have your spirits raised and your mojo returned, then go and have a good ol’ bop in the kitchen.