I’m devoting the next couple weeks to the entire Hoagy Carmichael catalog.  How one man wrote so much of the great American songbook is completely astonishing. In this adorable tune, two tired lovers badly wish to fall asleep but loathe the thought of being apart - even if it’s only in consciousness.

The Double Cuts play “Cherokee Maiden” as part of Street Folk Sessions.

Julie London performs Go Slow. Is this the sexiest song ever sung? You decide.

The Spirits Of Rhythm; Teddy Bunn, g - Dr. Watson And Mr. Holmes
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THE SPIRITS OF RHYTHM - Dr. Watson & Mr. Holmes

Sherlock Holmes & trad-jazz, together at last. Not to mention Wellman Braud’s rippin’ bass solo. Everything’s coming up Riffy.

The Double Cuts playing a tender ballad, Call Of The Canyon, in my very own living room.

Django Reinhardt - vendredi 13
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For fans of: clarinets, superstition, and the big full moon.

Having some fun with The Happy Pals

Having some fun with The Happy Pals

Victor Bateman - Ward's Island
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Bassist Victor Bateman’s beautiful composition “Ward’s Island” as it appeared on his project album Another Country. I’m particularly floored by electric guitarist Justin Haynes, whose solo is a magnificent example of tasteful phrasing and melodic sensibility.

I had meant to write, but body like encasement kept me
like a human being, away.
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco from The Visible World