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Like Faulkner and O'Connor, Anderson commits his imagination to his own stamp of the universe?the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Once again, in this collection, he delivers well-wrought stories of gravity and levity, of things fleeting, of a love of one's region. Kevin Cole, University of Sioux Falls
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Personnel: Duke Ellington (piano); Ray Nance (vocals, trumpet); Ozzie Bailey (vocals); Harry Carney, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Russell Procope (saxophone); Harold Baker, Bill Berry, Cat Anderson (trumpet); Lawrence D. Brown, Leon Cox, Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors (trombone); Sam Woodyard (drums). Recording information: 1958-1962. Releases such as this Jazz Hour CD compilation can drive a Duke Ellington collector nuts. Generic liner notes fail to identify the source of these recordings, though Tom Lord's The Jazz Discography indicates that many, if not all, of the selections were taped in the 1960s during various rehearsal sessions in the studio, and one or more concerts. The brash and bluesy Taffy Twist showcases a brief trumpet solo (possibly Cat Anderson) and a long, gritty tenor sax solo, likely by Jimmy Hamilton rather than Paul Gonsalves. An oddball version of Black and Tan Fantasy evidently has two pianos, with one regular and another sounding like a honky tonk piano. Ellington sits out both Smada and What Am I Here For? but his presence is clearly felt in the studio. Ray Nance's good-natured vocals in Jump for Joy and his trumpet solo in Take the 'A' Train (the latter is incorrectly labeled as a medley of I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart and Don't Get Around Much Anymore) have merit. The fat-toned trumpet in Pyramid has to be Cootie Williams, while Harry Carney's powerful baritone sax wraps the piece with a potent coda. The CD concludes with several live tracks. Hamilton (now heard on clarinet) and bassist John Lamb are showcased in an early live rendition of La Plus Belle Africaine, a piece that was still taking shape, as Harry Carney actually lets loose with a rare reed squeak. The audience is amused by something during Johnny Hodges' ballad feature, Isfahan. Of little interest is yet another long medley of Ellington's hits, which is a part of far too many of the composer's releases. Far from an essential item i
The Kingdom is a series of poems about the struggles and triumphs of a land - how did they deal with the loss of their king? How did they defend their land? What was peace and prosperity like? The first novel by Connor anderson-Howard shows an artist in bloom.
Have you ever wished you could see a fairy? Maybe you have, but did not realize it. Have you seen morning dew on the grass and flowers that glisten like diamonds? Well, then you have seen fairies. Have you ever felt as if there were something or someone in your closet or under your bed when you were a young child? Then you have felt the dark fairies that live in dark places and just want to be left alone. Again, you have felt fairies around you. Mother Nature is filled with many varieties of sprites, pixies, fairies, gnomes and trolls and they are abundant in our environment. They take care of the elements such as fire, earth, air, water and the ether as well as snow, rain, wind, hurricanes and light summer breezes. Our little fairy friends are also the diminutive helpers of Angels and...
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