I wasn't expecting much from jazz bagpipe, but this is great.
Rufus Harley, the first jazz musician to adopt the bagpipe as his primary instrument, appears on "I've Got a Secret" (October 17th, 1966) with host Steve Allen and panelists Betsy Palmer, Bill Cullen, Bess Myerson, and Henry Morgan."
David Crosby’s “If I Could Only Remember My Name” (1971) is one of my favorite records of all time. I’m excited to watch Cameron Crow’s documentary about him, “Remember My Name,” especially after seeing this delightful clip of Croz recounting the time he was so high while at a jazz club during a John Coltrane […]
Jazz genius Thelonious Monk was often known for his laconic mumbling and other idiosyncrasies beside his legendary compositions, technique, and contributions to jazz. But in this short clip, Monk is crystal clear in sharing his thoughts on fellow bandmate saxophonist Johnny Griffin’s new pants. “Some bad muthafuckers” indeed! Further reading: “Thelonious Monk’s surreally strange and […]
JazzFM shares: Legendary US jazz musician Ahmad Jamal has announced a solo album – something he’s never done before. The pianist who just turned 89 says this project, titled ‘Ballades’ is a French-inspired love letter to his past, as he reflects on his “transcendent journey”. It includes three original compositions and three duets with his […]
Once you’ve cut steak or poultry with some actual quality knives, it’s really tough to go back to those budget blades you bought at the department store a couple of decades ago. Consider that a fair warning about this 5-Piece Professional Damascus Chef’s Kitchen Set. The holiday discount makes it easy to buy for a […]
Concerned about your eyesight? You probably should be. And we’re not just talking about seniors here. Young or old, we’re all at risk of coming down with vision issues Most of us might get a vision test only once every couple of years or so when we get a new pair of glasses – if […]
We love our smartphones and tablets, but we also love to write. For a while now, there hasn’t been a workable solution. Either hook it up to a keyboard (which defeats the purpose of a portable gadget) or resign ourselves to typing on tiny, unresponsive glass icons. Looks like technology has finally caught up to […]