JUST SAY YES: SCOTT ROBINSON and DAN BLOCK (Jazz at Chautauqua 2010)

Scott Robinson and Dan Block (reeds) romp through Cole Porter’s affirmation, IT’S ALL RIGHT WITH ME, at the 2010 Jazz at Chautauqua party, with the nimble unflagging aid of Rossano Sportiello, Frank Tate, and Pete Siers.  Never has “Yes!” been said so emphatically — not since Joyce’s Molly Bloom, of course:

One response to “JUST SAY YES: SCOTT ROBINSON and DAN BLOCK (Jazz at Chautauqua 2010)

  1. Hi Michael- it’s part of a First World War song, more of which rus as follows –

    “Good-bye, Ma; Good-bye, Pa;
    Goodbye, mule with the old hee-haw.
    I may not know what the war’s about
    But I’ll be, by gosh, I’ll soon find out.
    And oh, my sweetheart, don’t you fear
    I’ll get you a king for a souvenir
    I’ll get you a Turk and the Kaiser, too,
    And that’s about all one feller can do.”

    Toodle-Pip!

    Mike.

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