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Lazarus Short

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At the local Salvation Army store today, I found a CD called "WARM." It's an acronym of the last names of the four musicians on it, including Mike White who my wife used to work for as a secretary. Kansas City jazz at its best! It's a lovely recording too, at the thrift $1.99.

EDIT: I was cleaning some label goo off the jewelbox just now, and noticed that this was a GRAMMY NOMINEE!

 
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Lazarus Short

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Years ago I bought an LP of the "Siena Pianoforte" - an old and very ornate piano...once owned by the King of Italy. The tone was wonderful. Rather than drag Barb downstairs to hear the LP, I looked it up on Ewetoob, and here it is. The photo at least, is better than the LP jacket.

 

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There were two references on FB today about the movie "Never Cry Wolf." I got involved with watching trailers of it and decided to watch it later. THEN I found the soundtrack on Ewetoob - here it is:


I heartily recommend the movie as well. If your heart doesn't swell within you at the end, there is something wrong with you...
 

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There were two references on FB today about the movie "Never Cry Wolf." I got involved with watching trailers of it and decided to watch it later. THEN I found the soundtrack on Ewetoob - here it is:


I heartily recommend the movie as well. If your heart doesn't swell within you at the end, there is something wrong with you...
I recommend reading the book, it was even more interesting. The author Farley Mowat wrote some very good books.

Farley Mowat - Wikipedia
 

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I recommend reading the book, it was even more interesting. The author Farley Mowat wrote some very good books.

Farley Mowat - Wikipedia
I did read Barry Lopez's "Of Wolves and Men" years ago, but until the other day, I thought what Mowat wrote about wolves was fiction. Now I'm interested...
 

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New EP coming from Ringo. And check the last sentence out!


ringostarrmusic Today Ringo Starr announces his newest EP, cleverly-named 'EP3,' featuring four brand-new tracks with longtime collaborators Steve Lukather, Linda Perry, Dave Koz, José Antonio Rodriguez, and Bruce Sugar!
With Ringo's instantly-recognizable vocals, feel-good lyrics, and easy-breezy melodies, EP3 releases on September 16 to stream and download and listen to on CD, followed by cassette and vinyl coming this Fall.
 

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I picked up my used copy of "Never Cry Wolf" today - it's highly readable, and Mowat has quite a low-key sense of humour, besides a gentle contempt of most scientists and bureaucrats. He's written more books than you can shake a stick at...
 
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