Friday, April 08, 2011

Musical ramble

Sorry I’ve had no time to post my regular Friday Ramble this week—or last week. Normal transmission will resume just as soon as … well, just as soon as I’m able to resume it.

So instead of a full ramble, let me just post a little music for the weekend following the exciting news [hat tip Arthur Streeb-Greebling]that The Stone Roses have announced plans to reform—not to say resurrected…

… which for some strange reason made me think of the best piece of music Mozart ever wrote …

… and the beautiful ‘in memoriam’ Duke Ellington played for his late friend and collaborator Billy Strayhorn…

…and how’s this for an outstanding piece of super-leviathonic, rhythmaturgicaly, syncopated,  tapstematicianismusness—Bunny Briggs dancing before Duke Ellington with all his might!

Enjoy your weekend—and enjoy an organic and kosher brew if you can!

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2 Comments:

Blogger Blair said...

Sadly it's not true. They all went to Mani's Mum's funeral and had a pint afterwards, but that was it. It's all rumour mongering. Besides which, I think I'd rather hear a new Ian Brown solo album than any crappy reunion schtick from his old band.

4/08/2011 07:44:00 pm  
Anonymous alwyn said...

Please, please.
It was Billy Strayhorn not Stayhorn.
I still have a large collection of records, and CDs, of the wonderful music he and Ellington wrote together.

4/11/2011 03:51:00 pm  

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