1) Singing Her Heart Out. With one hand over her heart but the other against the facial bone used by singers to check their pitch, she reminds me of Pavarotti's remarks about tenors. He said that if a tenor is really good, the audience fears, as he hits his top note, that he will go mad.
2) Gettin' Down. Said Mel, who sat &, at my request, sang as I painted her: "At my best, I'm gone; I'm singing but I'm just not there any more." Yes, she sings with as much abandon as Joplin.