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Noir & Blanc colours of Charles's success

Montreal Gazette
Canada
December 2, 2003
Bernard Perusse's review of a one-man show starring Gregory Charles begins with a rather vicious swipe at Harry Nilsson:

Gregory Charles's most obvious inspirations might be Stevie Wonder, Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis, Jr., but there's a superb irony in the fact that the high-energy entertainer's all-time favourite album is Harry Nilsson's A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night. Nilsson's genius burned brightly for about 10 years, but he succumbed dramatically and publicly to the bottle without ever doing a live performance. By the time he was 35, he was pretty much washed up.

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