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    Hope you all are playing or listening to some kind of jazz today.


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    Sure...for the last few weeks jazz is what I've been playing. I'm a native of New Orleans - jazz is my folk music.

    Here's something in a totally different style, from one of the very first masters from New Orleans:



    a 1958 version live

    and an earlier version:



    and the hottest


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    Great tune, fun to play.

    Great folk music
    Not all the clams are at the beach

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    In honor of International Jazz Day(s), a couple of days ago I was digging some Henry “Red” Allen, then on to some Duke in honor of his Birthday. Yesterday, I hope New Orleans Dave will appreciate, I was listening to the Meters & Buckwheat Zydeco. Then last night I faded out with some Miles & Trane. All good for the soul.
    Last night I had to pick up my Mandolin & play Stella by Starlight because “the Uninvited” was on Turner.
    Peace, Love, & Jazz,
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    dug the 10th anniversary of International Jazz Day special on PBS last night...really great! Many great styles and stylists presented, as well as statements from the artists concerning the value of jazz and improvisation as a unifying force, a language of love and spirit, aspiration, ambassadorship, and peace..

    Dig it! PBS usually usually replays things a few times, or maybe it can be found "On Demand" or through your local PBS outlet website

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandopops View Post
    In honor of International Jazz Day(s), a couple of days ago I was digging some Henry “Red” Allen, then on to some Duke in honor of his Birthday. Yesterday, I hope New Orleans Dave will appreciate, I was listening to the Meters & Buckwheat Zydeco. Then last night I faded out with some Miles & Trane. All good for the soul.
    Last night I had to pick up my Mandolin & play Stella by Starlight because “the Uninvited” was on Turner.
    Peace, Love, & Jazz,
    Joe B
    I certainly do appreciate it! Take care, David

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