monk and rouse. yyyyyup.
here are the boys in japan.
Some real players on this clip.
due to overwhelming popular demand, we've decided to make a week of this, so sit back, grab your shades, and dig on this:
the sextet ran around europe playing this song before it was to become sadly prophetic mere months after.
Oh. Joe. Come home soon.
No Miles video of this one online or I'd of gone with that.
i already see hitman's dust way up ahead, but i'll at least try not to embarrass myself.
here's oscar peterson tickling the ivories in italy with a couple of hacks backing him up.
Jazz players often have a rep for being real cool dudes. Dexter Gordon does nothing to dispel this reputation.
I have been in quite the jazz kind of mood as of late. I don't know if jobu will be able to keep up the next couple of days but I am going to be spinning some older cuts.
looks like the hitman might be a bit indisposed. perhaps he can write about it in the new column.
anyway, i saw this awhile back, and all the engineer talk yesterday made me think of it. on the spot at work, it's the first thing that popped into my head. the said engineers of the nation should enjoy brian cole's educating the crowd on the band's technical specifications.
(i believe bS played a different version of this awhile back, so we'll just call this a reprise)
happy belated 70th, robbie.