i would like to be cool and pretend i found the show because i was looking for it. Actually, i forgot to switch after another program i was watching when this started.

i kept snapping my fingers, clapping my hands, moving. i immediately thought Ed “Bivo” Bivins, who was a jazz addict  in Tennessee of all places when you listened to blues, bubble gum stuff, or country way back when.

i thought of Cy and Evan Fraser, lovers of music of all kinds.

i thought of Danny Boggs and Bob Hurt who love good music, especially smooth jazz.

i thought of Hurley’s in Newport, Rhode Island, on a side street across from the tennis museum where i spent a lifetime of liberty while at Navy OCS, especially Sundays where they had a jam and oft repeated the favorite from Saturday nights: “My Satin Doll.”

i don’t know if you are a jazz lover. i don’t know if you can get into music.

But man, it’s here. It’s all here:


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  1. Of course,as kids we were raised on all this stuff with hundreds of albums played at various volumes on Dad’s huge Radio Shack homemade stereo system. You would call us ” the family with the dancing feet”.

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