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Chappelle’s “The Closer” is shaking the tree in every department, particularly the ones that could use a sweep or swap. https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/10/dave-chappelle-the-closer/620364/ See also: https://slate.com/culture/2021/10/dave-chappelle-the-closer-netflix-controversy.html
To all my FB musician friends. As “master-chef” at catfishfridaymusic.com, and in the interest of “academic” purposes exclusively, feel free to find any and ever song you may have ever wanted to know, play or practice. May the “Force Be With You.” Jmpmusic.net https://catfishfridaymusic.com/realbooks.zip
“Road Of Broken Dreams,” JMP – “Cumberland River Road,” 1992
I’ll never know. What happen to America. I listen to singing to Dylan’s legacy and genius. And. I don’t mean to. So to speak. Reach across anyone’s plate. But I got’s to pay the rent also! ; ) Quad Studios, 1991.
How dare you driftwood,Disturb my path and view.As if you were meant to be here,Coming from so far in time. This is my time, not yours!Yet yours has long been steady, traveled and washed.Mine is only a second in time, without incident,Where yours clearly sounds in weathered wood from afar. Illegal, Art – we all,A … Read More »
I worked with Greg Gilford, a/k/a Max Gilford, some years ago. He produced and arranged backup vocals, among other things, on my album “Delano” in 1997. He was shy for some years about his prestigious fame at 18, co-founder and performing with “The Thomas Group,” recording with the “Wrecking Crew,” P.F. Sloan, son of the … Read More »
Michael Cohen. Get in line, and by the way, “it goes around the block,” if you know what I mean. Thank you very much. When I was in production for my album “Never In Blue,” (2004) I got a many a “cross-eyed” response from fellow writers, publicans. I’d get the “Nobody is ever going to … Read More »
For the house. “JMP – Celebrating the ‘Chairman of the Board.’”
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One of the greatest teachers I am so grateful to have studied with in my life as a musician. I have had a few. He was poetic, direct and so memorable to endeavor the peasant early learner or aspiring musician into a world of Western music few could have ever imagined existed. From Vivaldi, the … Read More »
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For Rob….. ; )