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Tag Archives: jazz
RIP Robin Williams, who, in a fun & fascinating AMA on Reddit, stated he was a fan of jazz and Keith Jarrett’s solo concerts. He titled his interactive thread “It’s time for a convoluted stream of consciousness”, which, I suppose, … Continue reading
“Critics are biased, and so are readers. (Indeed, a critic is a bundle of biases held loosely together by a sense of taste.) But intelligent readers soon discover how to allow for the windage of their own and a critic’s … Continue reading
So here’s a casual post, designed to update you with my recent activities and plans for the future. Every time I write a new post it seems to start with an apology, or at the very least a knowing nod … Continue reading
I tend not to hang around for private parties at the club – nothing to do with getting under people’s feet or through fear of being acknowledged as the uninvited intruder. It’s more to do with my suspicion that the … Continue reading
Duke Ellington. ‘Nuff said! The most difficult aspect of writing this post is the wealth of innovative, quality music Duke Ellington produced throughout his career. Rightly so, there exists miles of shelving dedicated to the study and analysis of his music. … Continue reading