Look! We’ve made it through another week, and I hope without damage to our hearts, our relationships, the furniture. And as a reward, may I invite you to join me, metaphysically, for some teleportation to 326 Spring Street, The Ear Inn?
Never mind that it’s September 5, 2010. If that makes you slightly queasy, just have your seat belt low and tight across your hips. Or hold on to what (whom) ever you can. The noble participants, continued from Part Twenty-Six, are Jon-Erik Kellso, trumpet; Dmitry Baevsky, alto saxophone; Ray Macchiarola, guitar, and Neal Miner, string bass — with Mark Lopeman, alto saxophone, joining in. (I think Danny Tobias had an early teaching gig on Monday, so he is here only in spirit.)
A groovy I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME:
Saxophones only, please, for SLOW BOAT TO CHINA:
AFTER YOU’VE GONE (Part the First):
AFTER YOU’VE GONE (so brief, too good to ignore, to document Kellso-joy):