Tag: jazz

  • A Blue Word Wednesday

    A Blue Word Wednesday

    Part of the reason I enjoy Word Wednesday is that it gives me a good excuse to go back through dusty old digital folders looking for something to post. Sometimes, that’s all I find. Other times, it’s like opening a time capsule into where my head was at during a particular time. This one comes…

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  • The Friday Five, Music Edition – August 21, 2020

    The Friday Five, Music Edition – August 21, 2020

    The Friday Five is a list of things that I’m thankful for, inspired by, or have found interesting over the last week. #1 – Ibrahim Maalouf – S3NS … This listening recommendation came by way of a Tim Ferriss newsletter. Maalouf is a French-Lebanese trumpeter and composer that combines a variety of musical styles and…

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  • The Friday Five | May 29, 2020

    I’m not calling this week’s post a celebration, because it’s more of a coping mechanism at this point. The United States has surpassed 100,000 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic, another brutal death for the crime of being black, protestors attacked, riots ensue, and then calls for reconciliation… but on who’s terms? I wish I had…

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  • The Friday Five | April 24, 2020

    Here’s a collection of some of the things from this week that I’ve enjoyed, been inspired by, want to share, or are grateful for. Hank Mobley. For some reason, I tripped across the Hank Mobley station on Pandora and it’s been a favorite ever since, dredging up incredible cuts from Sonny Stitt, Sonny Rollins, and…

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