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June 08, 2007



David Beckett's eagerness to see comments on the BassDrumBone concert last night reminds me of an old joke. It seems like there were two bulls on the top of a hill, and they were looking down into the valley at a heard of female cows. The young bull said, "Let's run down and make love to a couple of those cows". The old bull said, "Let's walk down and make  love to all of them". Have patience, it's good for your blood pressure. 

I am deferring my comments to this concert until Lou makes his. I thought that our comments would overlap, so at the end of the concert, I asked Lou if he would go first. Last night was Lou's last concert of the festival, because he will have a cataract operation on Monday morning.

I am leaving this computer momentarily to go down to Church Street and see the Union College Jazz ensemble and will return to mention some local artists that I have seen over the last few days.

June 8, 2007 at 03:51 PM in L.J. Palardy | Permalink


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Funny - I don't remember the phrase "make love" in that joke.


Lou's spot on as usual. What a wonderful set.

Your take, L.J.?

Posted by: David Beckett | Jun 8, 2007 6:10:37 PM

So - L.J.

What did you think of Corea/Fleck?


Posted by: david beckett | Jun 8, 2007 6:14:42 PM

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