#30. Cannonball Adderley, Mercy Mercy Mercy (this version).
learned of the group ‘beatlejazz’. then they played ‘the night before‘. which brings up a point: some songs are recognizable covers, some are originals, sometimes they take a cover and do something original with it. seems you need an artful mix.
Bill Evans Trio Featuring Stan Getz, The Peacocks.
Warren Wolf, Soul Sister.
Greg Ruby And The Rhythm Runners, Rhythm Oil.
Lou Donaldson, Everything I Do Gohn Be Funky (From Now On).
Madeleine Peyroux, The Kind You Can’t Afford.
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Riviera Paradise.
Louis Prima And Keely Smith, Nothing’s Too Good For My Baby.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet, In Your Own Sweet Way.
Chick Corea, The Ultimate Adventure.
Monday, 2017 April 10
what a great time of year! no mosquitoes, warm, door open, birds singing…. watched hunger for sale (trailer).
Tuesday, 2017 April 11
Wednesday, 2017 April 12
watched nature (puerto rico) and my first 150 days.
Thursday, 2017 April 13
dinner out with bj and paul.
Friday, 2017 April 14
on this beautiful day we drove to victoria harbour (where we delivered a fan to eab), waubashene, pt severn, and even down musky bay and moore pt roads.
Saturday, 2017 April 15
on saturday we read the star, which this week had an excerpt of a speech by malala yousafzai, youngest-ever nobel laureate: ‘secondary education for girls can transform communities, countries, and our world…. educated girls are less likely to marry young or contract HIV. [secondary education for girls is] the most cost-effective and best investment against climate change [and] cuts the risk of war in half’. that night we watched full steam ahead (full steam ahead), recreating eden (an island eden), and leafs-devils overtime.
Sunday, 2017 April 16
More from The Star: ‘Anniversaries, typically, are occasions for reaffirmation: to look back at past glories as building blocks of an even more glorious now. Not so Canada 150, which is shaping up to be the most circumspect sesquicentennial on record…. Helping to complicate the picture are several new books on Canadian art’: The Beaver Hall Group And Its Legacy, Higher States: Lawren Harris And His American Contemporaries, SakKijajuk: Art And Craft From Nunatsiavut.