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Cass Elliot

Data urodzenia: 19. Wrzesień 1941
Data zgonu: 29. Lipiec 1974

Cass Elliot, właściwie Ellen Naomi Cohen – amerykańska piosenkarka, najbardziej znana jako Mama Cass z kwartetu The Mamas & The Papas. Po rozpadzie grupy śpiewała solo, wydając dziewięć albumów. Zmarła na zawał serca w Londynie.

Piosenkarka funkcjonuje w kulturze popularnej do dziś. Nagrania Mamy Cass i jej kwartetu bywają wykorzystywane jako ścieżka dźwiękowa w produkcjach filmowych. Kilka utworów wykorzystano w filmie Wspaniała rzecz, w którym to pojawia się również wątek nastolatki zafascynowanej artystką. Utwór Make Your Own Kind of Music został wykorzystany w drugim sezonie serialu telewizyjnego Lost w odcinkach Man of Science, Man of Faith, Adrift i Flashes Before Your Eyes. Pojawiła w serialu animowanym Nowy Scooby Doo w odcinku Nawiedzona wytwórnia słodyczy w wersji rysunkowej, w Scooby Doo i Brygada Detektywów w odcinku Tajemne serum oraz w dziewiątym odcinku ósmego sezonu serialu Dexter. Wikipedia

Cytaty Cass Elliot

„I think the unique thing about music and graphic art is as oposed to, say, acting and directing, that if you are good you can always create a place for yourself.“

—  Cass Elliot

Rolling Stone interview (1968)
Kontekst: I think the unique thing about music and graphic art is as oposed to, say, acting and directing, that if you are good you can always create a place for yourself. In acting, for instance, there's only a certain amount of good parts; you have to find the right vehicle. But if you're making good music, man, there's so much room. I think that any group that's really good can make it, anytime. That was my feeling behind the Mamas and Papas. When I heard us sing together the first time… we knew, we knew… this is it. This was when we first came to California, after we'd left the islands.

„Having the baby changed my life a lot.“

—  Cass Elliot

Rolling Stone interview (1968)
Kontekst: Having the baby changed my life a lot. I don't want to go on the road, you see. It's actually a matter of economics, much like the Vietnamese war, I guess. I didn't want to go on the road and I wanted to stay home with my baby. I guess I could go to Kansas and be a waitress and support my child that way. But I'd rather live comfortable and I wanted to do more creative work. I didn't just want to be part of a group. I wanted to be able to do television, and a movie if it came up, to sort of diversify myself, to extend myself. Within the framework of a group, that freedom is not possible.

„Our job as entertainers is to ease some pain. So to begin with, you have to know what and where the pain is.“

—  Cass Elliot

Statement in Spring of 1972, while participating in the presidential campaign of George McGovern; as quoted at the official Cass Elliot website.
Kontekst: Our job as entertainers is to ease some pain. So to begin with, you have to know what and where the pain is. I've never campaigned before and I wanted to be damn sure before putting my name behind anyone. I wrote to all the campaign officers to find out what they were. My issue is that it's all very well to sit back and complain but when it's your country you have a responsibility.

„Everything I've learned in life I've learned either by doing it or watching the changes other people go through.“

—  Cass Elliot

Rolling Stone interview (1968)
Kontekst: Everything I've learned in life I've learned either by doing it or watching the changes other people go through. And when you're famous, you don't get to meet people — because they want you to like them when they present themselves to you, present the best sides of themselves, and you don't see the real people. Which is why I don't really go anywhere. And when I do, I put on my silly face and do what they expect me to do. Actually, I never do what they expect me to do. It's the only way I could go on doing what I have to do. I do whatever I… you know, I didn't even comb my hair today. I didn't know we were taking pictures but when I found out, it didn't change my mind any.

„My advice is precisely the advice my mother gave me. If you believe you have talent, the next thing you must have is determination.“

—  Cass Elliot

As quoted in "Twenty Questions for Mama Cass" by Frederick Todd in American Girl magazine (June 1970)
Kontekst: My advice is precisely the advice my mother gave me. If you believe you have talent, the next thing you must have is determination. If you keep working, keep striving, and try always to move forward a little bit with every job you do, you’ll eventually make it. And I believe that!

„So many people in show business go into politics, and I used to say "What the heck do they know about it?" But when you travel around, you really do get to feel — not to be cliche — the pulse of the country and what people want. I'm concerned and it's not good to be unconcerned and just sit there.“

—  Cass Elliot

Appearance on The Mike Douglas Show; as quoted at the official Cass Elliot website http://www.casselliot.com/career.htm
Kontekst: I think I would like to be a Senator or something in twenty years. I don't think I really know enough yet. I'm just 30 now and I wouldn't even be eligible to run for office for another five years. But I have a lot of feelings about things. I know the way I would like to see things for this country and in my travels, when I talk to people, everybody wants pretty much the same thing: peace, enough jobs, no poverty and good education. And I've learned a lot. It's funny. So many people in show business go into politics, and I used to say "What the heck do they know about it?" But when you travel around, you really do get to feel — not to be cliche — the pulse of the country and what people want. I'm concerned and it's not good to be unconcerned and just sit there.

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„Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you
Sweet dreams that leave all worries behind you
But in your dreams whatever they be
Dream a little dream of me.“

—  Cass Elliot

"Dream a Little Dream of Me" (1931), was one of Cass Elliot's biggest hits but the lyrics by Gus Kahn were written many years before her definitive rendition; the music by Fabian Andre & Wilbur Schwandt. More information on how she came to record it is provided at NPR: "Dream a Little Dream of Me" ranked as one of the 100 most important American musical works of the 20th century http://www.npr.org/programs/specials/vote/100list.html#D.
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