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I love Jazz. Some of my favorites are George Howard, Freddie Hubbard, The Laws brothers, just to name a few

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At 1:35am on November 23, 2008, BrainySkeeta said…

Hello My Peep♥
Just want to touch base with you.
I haven't visited you in a while & I've missed you.
Taking time now to wish you a Happy Holiday & Blessed Week ahead!
Hugs,
Brainy
At 12:24am on September 20, 2008, BrainySkeeta said…
At 12:43am on May 7, 2008, BrainySkeeta said…
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At 10:51pm on March 31, 2008, Michael e Daniels said…
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At 9:07pm on March 24, 2008, realtothebone said…
ALL THAT JAZZ

The music keeps me alive
Taking me to far away places of the mind to the unheard of galaxies of the soul
teaching me and reaching me as no other medium to laugh and to be amazed and to love
life like Mr. Laws says, “love will find away,” have you heard, or like Grover says, “Mister Magic.”
And indeed it is magic, or should I say magical, or should I say magical and mystical and mind blowing
to the riffs and tunes of Herbie ripping off Chameleon, sending the mind to another place and another time and, “Listen Here” says Eddie Harris cause I am coming at you making my horn scream, and Mr. Blacknus himself. Rashann Roland Kirk from the grave still holding that note so long that I am out breath on the Old Rugged
Cross cause we got all kinda crosses to bear but Horace Silver says this is a “Song for My Father and all is well, and don’t forget the ride on the “A Train cause it’s still running strong and was rode by so many. The music is Jazz and from it was born the creative spirit of so many, to move on, to build and to give of themselves the spirit of the universe that creates the melody that we so love that we live by and enjoy…All That Jazz
At 6:54pm on March 18, 2008, Maria Howell said…
Thanks so much for the invite! It's great up in this network. (smile)

Musically yours,

Maria
Choir Soloist from the movie "The Color Purple"
www.mariahowel.com
At 12:39am on March 10, 2008, Yogi McCaw said…
You unleashed a flood when you asked what everybody's favorite jazz show ever is. Thanks for startiung such a great discussion! Cheers, Yogi
At 8:05pm on February 26, 2008, Margaret Murphy said…
Even for one moment did you think that people would get so heated up about the Smooth Jazz versus Straight Ahead Jazz? It's a good debate and one that has been going on here in Chicago FOREVER!
At 4:58pm on February 23, 2008, Erly Thornton said…
Thanks Bro. Good Blog you started there. Lots of people contest who is legit with Jazz and who is not. I think the genre is big enough for all kinds and flavors, classical to contemporary, way out and smooth. Thanks for the comment on "Lost Without U" The guitar player, Brad Catron is on this site also...
At 3:41pm on February 19, 2008, Jaijai Jackson said…
Thanks for the compliment, very sweet of you! I have not heard that project by Roland, I will make sure to take a listen. I appreciate your being here with us and your love of the greatest art form there is JAZZ!! (...and for wearing a shirt)!!! :-)

~Jaijai
 
 
 

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