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September, 2008

Two hands of polka

“Finger Dance Polka”   Frank Wojnarowski   DANA Records

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Every beat of my heart

“You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce!” Contemporary Records.   (1956)   Great West Coast Jazz featuring Harold Land on tenor saxophone, Jack Sheldon on trumpet, and Carl Perkins on piano.   Listen to “Complete” – the opening track, here.

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Toys in the attic

A nice Jim Flora illustration for RCA Victor and The Philhormonia Orchestra’ s “La Boutique Fantasque”

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April showers

“Show Music in Hi Fi”   Johnny Gregory e sua Orquestra   Internacional Records Brazil

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Lord have mercy

“Genuss im Stil der neuen Zeit” A record from Lord Extra cigarettes.

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Brazilian nut

“Natal das Criancas”   Coro das Meninas da Casa de Lazaro

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When the chips are down

“Music for Losers”   Turk Murphy   Verve Records

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Mind Games

“Behind My Mind”   A Humanistic Audio-Text   “What Would People Say If I Let Them See the Real Me?”

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Strung out

The Bob Dylan Song Book played by The Golden Gate Strings.   Epic Records.   (1965)   Photo by Daniel Kramer.

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Madam has been drinking

“Playing For You Madam”   “Para Usted Tocamos Madam”   Richard Moser and Gene Tiel on Marvela Records.

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