When a dangerous murder suspect turns up dead, we stand relieved. What is the right way for us to put the death of Ted Kennedy in perspective?
We now boast presenters based on 5 continents and from 6 countries. All presenters are passionate music lovers who love sharing their boundless knowledge and music collections with Jazz, Blues, Latin and World jazz music lovers of the world. The All Jazz Radio Broadcast Team has grown to a total of 17 presenters from all corners of the global village.
To top it off, being a one person operation controlling and doing all that needs be done is has not that easy. Things may have slipped but it is my fervent hope that as the old health returns we can gat back to normal running speed in the very near future.
Thanks for all of the well wishes and patience. Give us a break, please. I mean Chops Braaing over an open fire sounds much better, neh!
It was six stars all the way. The food was some of the best I have ever eaten, from the jumbo shrimp to lobster and swordfish to a magnificent beef Filet Mignon rare as ordered.
I would go to the restaurant for breakfast, but Chooky would have hers brought to our suite every morning and had it outside on our veranda. The jazz was supplied by a great trio.
The buzz was even more evident when they accompanied trombonist Wycliffe Gordon who played superbly and sang in his best intimate gravel voice. Anat Cohen is always inventive on clarinet and it spills over into her tenor playing as well.
The two front liners were really enjoying themselves and combined beautifully. Diane Krall was to be the headline act for the last three nights, but she had to cancel because she had pneumonia.
Chris Botti pronounced Boatti was her replacement. Besides being a superb trumpeter, his act is highly professional and entertaining and his drummer Billy Kilson kicked butt. Two wonderful hang-out places on the ship were the Observation Bar where John Proulx played a cocktail set and then a late night set in The Club each night.
His choice of songs from the Great American Songbook is impeccable. What a pleasure it was to listen to him especially while sipping a single malt. While on the subject of having a drink — when the ship was anchored off Sanary-sur-Mer I was at the pool looking after my tan; within seconds the waiter arrived with a Bloody Mary.
I told him I liked mine spicy, he was back in a flash with the perfect spicy Bloody Mary. After a dip I finished it and a minute or two later he arrived with another one. Then he was back again with a pina colada.
I thought this is a tough job lying at the pool pouring the odd drink down my throat.
I looked up at the sky and thanked my late brother who left me a few bob that helped me pay for this unbelievable trip. I then sauntered over to the Patio Grill for lunch of a crab and avocado cocktail, BBQ beef short ribs and some fresh fruit. It was sun, excellent food and drinks, and JAZZ.
To top it off we were upgraded to first class on our way home. Thank you, British Airways.
Don Albert is a saxophonist and jazz journalist. He spent 12 years with The Star Newspaper on the Tonight! He has presented radio programmes on jazz and served awards. He has also won numerous awards. The show starts at 7: The Grammy Awards draws top industry elite, press, publicity and a wealth of talent from across the globe.
Cheryl will have the opportunity to walk the red carpet alongside celebrities, press, photographers and media outlets that are there to interview artists and help share their story with the world. This week, her album has picked up more spins, is now chart bound on SmoothJazz.
Delivering scintillating performances every time he takes to the stage, Selota never disappoints his fans. The dedication of the plaque late Friday launched a weekend of performances that aimed to create some of the atmosphere of New Orleans in New York, bringing together two jazz capitals.
He gradually refined the sounds he heard on the New Orleans street as he helped construct jazz as a genre. Armstrong later moved to New York, where he died in Despite his New Orleans roots, Armstrong — whose trumpet evoked the human voice — arguably represented the shift from the New Orleans roots of ensemble-driven jazz to the Northern style that emphasized solos.artist album title year status; P2: Room P2: Part III: P: Music: G: Grassroots: G: P3.
Theodore Roethke’s My Papa’s Waltz and Robert Hayden’s Those Winter Sundays Words | 7 Pages Roethke’s My Papa’s Waltz which looks carefully through the eyes of a young boy into the household of an abusive father. My husband used to say, the patriots of those times were not like the patriots now;—that then, they acted for their country,—now, they talk about it!
Alas! the days are passed when you could tell an Englishman from every other man, even by his gait, keeping the middle of the road, and straight on, as one who knew himself, and made others.
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Waiting for winter / FMbu Bubble trouble / FVaL Grandma's records / I'm really dragged but nothing gets me down.
My father's dragon / FLg Georgia rises / Koralek, Jenny. Nash, Mary, Beatty, Jerome.
Ramona and her father / The remembering box / EEi Stranger in the woods: FPt Lavenders blue FLo. winter: freezing snow, cool sand. 'I am on my way to Smyrna,' said Balthazar, (he dyed it), lowered voice set in its customary sardonic croak, Balthazar said: 'Your father came to see me.
He is worried about an illicit relationship you are supposed to have formed with another woman.