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    I'm just listening to Radio Dismuke, I love it...
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    Let a smile be your umbrella

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    Lots to choose from...

    Modern Jazz
    Rippingtons
    Dave Brubeck
    Spyro Gyra

    Blues
    Keb Mo
    Satchmo/Ella
    Stevie Ray Vaughn

    Big Bands
    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
    Glenn Miller
    Dorsey Bros.iT

    Classical
    Brandenburg Concertos
    Mozart
    Beethoven

    R&B
    James Brown
    The JB's
    Motown (Spinners, 4 Tops, et al)


    (I have a huge iTunes file)
    As God is my witness, I could have sworn turkeys could fly! - Arthur C. Carlson

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    Smile

    Vivaldi, Spring from "The Four Seasons", III Allegro


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    I just got Down To The Bone's latest high-octane, funky jazz CD 'Supercharged!' They're heavy on the bass, heavy on the horns and heavy on the cool...

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    Smile Indian Summer

    Quote Originally Posted by Harp
    Mozart, Duo Sonatas For Violin & Viola
    Duo No.1, K. 423, in G Major
    Duo No. 2, K. 424, in B flat Major


    A gorgeous sunny day.

    "Indian Summer is like a woman, ripely passionate, but fickle,
    and no one knows how long she'll stay...."

    Grace Metallious

    And leaves are starting their colorful transform, crimson dappled maples
    and topaz elms sway before they shiver autumnal cascade.


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    Ellington.
    1. Use evidence to rule out illegitimate claims. 2. A sensation of conviction does not legitimize a claim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doran
    Ellington.

    I know the Aeneid now by heart,
    My Virgil read in cold and heat,
    In loneliness and hunger smart.
    And I know Homer, too, I ween,
    As Munster poets know Ossian.
    ...You teach Greek verbs and Latin nouns____

    Padraic Column, A Poor Scholar of the Forties


    _____and take the A Train to Harlem town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harp
    I know the Aeneid now by heart,
    My Virgil read in cold and heat,
    In loneliness and hunger smart.
    And I know Homer, too, I ween,
    As Munster poets know Ossian.
    ...You teach Greek verbs and Latin nouns____

    Padraic Column, A Poor Scholar of the Forties


    _____and take the A Train to Harlem town.
    Too bad Ossian was fake, n'est-ce pas?
    1. Use evidence to rule out illegitimate claims. 2. A sensation of conviction does not legitimize a claim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doran
    Too bad Ossian was fake, n'est-ce pas?
    cafard ce matin?

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    et je crois Gaelique est Gaelique, mon ami....

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