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Next dose of anti-recession musical medication

Seems like a good time to take another dose of music for whatever ails you -- the big, bleak picture of the global economy, deeply personal ramifications thereof, or just the pressures of everyday stuff (especially on a glum Friday here in B'more).

So, sit back, close your eyes (there's no real video anyway, just some still photos) and drink in this glorious, still-unmatched 1960s performance of Rachmaninoff's Vocalise, performed by soprano Anna Moffo and conducted by Leopold Stokowski. The only possible side-effect of this medication is that you may not want to come back to reality after taking it.

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