2004 Django Reinhardt Festival "live at Birdland" starring legendary guitarist Dorado Schmitt from France, pianist Peter Beets from Holland, rhythm guitarist Mayo Hubert from France and American bassist Brian Torff from the US with special guests: Sax great James Carter, top Clarinetist Dan Levinson, percussionist Winard Harper, and David Langlois on Washboard. Recorded at the famous Django Reinhardt Festival at Birdland (2004). Produced by Pat Philips & Ettore Stratta
Charlie Parker, Benny Carter, Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone); Flip Phillips, Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Charlie Shavers (trumpet); Oscar Peterson (piano); Barney Kessel (guitar); Ray Brown (bass); J.C. Heard (drums).
01) All through the night00:00 02) Anything goes03:17 03) Miss Otis regrets06:40 04) Too darn hot09:42 05) In the still of the night13:33 06) I get a kick out of you16:13 07) Do I love you20:15 08) I'm always true to you in my fashion24:07 09) Let's do it (let's fall in love)26:57(...some argentines♥ without means do it... ♫) 10) Just one of those things30:31 11) Ev'ry time we say goodbye34:04 12) All of you37:38 13) Begin the beguine39:24 14) Get out of town43:03 15) I am in love46:28 16) From this moment50:35
I'm just another old woman who has had wide ranging interests for a long time,
These include fishing, shooting, reading, cooking, and all manner of (mostly) left wing politics.
Born and bred in New York - Queens, to be precise - I now live in Texas, another state that folks seem to attack (like N.Y.) without ever having been here.
I'm also a fan of most sports -- esp. baseball, esp. the New York Yankees.
Originally a New York Giants (baseball) fan, I was crushed when they moved. It took many years wandering in the wilderness before I returned to baseball. I's all Wade Boggs fault. When I watched that artist, my love for baseball resurfaced. Since he was then a Yankee -- it had to be the Yankees.
The Mets pretended they had spiritual ties to the old Brooklyn Dodgers - no Giant fan could go there.
I tried - couldn't do it.