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We are in the season of joy, blessings, and giving as we rush about enjoy this playlist.
This CD drops this Tuesday!! Pick it up.
From Esperanza’ newest disk, “Radio” this video is daring and relevant in its subject matter. You can’t hide who you are and live a lie. Likewise, we really don’t control whom we fall in love with. I applaud this video!
A classic performed by a legend! Happy Friday!
Whoops! I’m late. I wrote this back in January but I forgot to post this. My best jazz albums from the past year was pretty straightforward for me. Some could easily cross-over into other categories that was a challenge. All of my best’s … Continue reading
Diana Krall with a refreshing and jazzy Jingle Bells!
Today marks a milestone in the history of jazz. In 1959,one of the GREATEST albums ever made was released, Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue. A work of fantastic improvisational prowess; Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Julian”Cannonball” Adderley, Jimmy Cobb, Bill Evans, … Continue reading
Today my sister in spirit, Lisa celebrates her birthday. I dedicate this to her. Thank you for all the years of wonderful and blessed friendship. Enjoy the day, Happy Birthday!!!