Jazz24.org’s top one hundred tracks.

#24. Miles Davis, Blue In Green.

 King Curtis & The Kingpins, Memphis Soul Stew.

Maceo Parker, Shake Everything You’ve Got.

Tete Montoliu, Frenesi/Contigo En La Distancia/Maria Elena.

Bach, Fugue No.22 BWV 891 [Emerson String Quartet].

Jethro Tull, Aqualung.

Bach, Brandenburg Concerto Nbr 6, BWV 1051, first movement.

Medeski, Scofield, Martin, and Wood, A Go Go.

WCRB Staff Picks: The Songs of Summer ’17.

hr Bigband featuring Kate McGarry and Theo Bleckmann, The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress.

NDR Bigband, Nordic Shapes.

i was wondering what tina weymouth [1970s talking heads bass player] looks like today. this is one of their best songs…life during wartime

Monday, 2017 May 22

Elizabeth I of England is seated at The Dinner Party.

watched the ascent of woman: a 10,000-year story (civilization).

Tuesday, 2017 May 23

susan to italy.

Wednesday, 2017 May 24

‘The trees in the park know nothing about the etiquette manual that guides the old-growth forest…. Thanks to the generous amount of sunlight that reaches the ground, [they] grow thick side branches that later increase in girth so much that the image they bring to mind is that of doped-up body builders.’ The Hidden Life Of Trees, 172.

Thursday, 2017 May 25

‘Over the past 20 years, approximately 90 per cent of the monarch butterflies that migrate between Mexico and Canada have disappeared. In the 1990s, about one billion individual butterflies made the epic, multi-generational trek from Canada to Mexico. By 2013 the population had plummeted to 35 million. After a couple of years of modest improvement, the monarch population dropped by 22 million again last year.’

Friday, 2017 May 26

cady and gavin bought a house. d’arcy came by for a game.

Saturday, 2017 May 27

bob brought cookies from georgian bakery and made coffee. reading about voluntary aid detachments (VADs), because i had an ancestor in one.

Sunday, 2017 May 28

cady and gavin for dinner. exploring jazztronica, also known as nu jazz.

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