Category Archives: Jerry Gray

INDIVIDUALISMUS auf die Spitze getrieben, oder: DER ANTIKE BLECHDECKEL — ORANGE BLOSSOM LANE (1941) & ORANGE COLORED SKY (1950)

Und was hat das mit Jazz zu tun? Eigentlich gar nichts. Aber mit zwei Jazztiteln, die das Wort “Orange” enthalten. Ab und zu kaufe ich KOO Orangenmarmelade aus Südafrika. Sie enthält weniger Zucker, und schmeckt – in kleinen Streicheinheiten (sic!) genossen … Continue reading

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Repost Of “Dedicated To A Forgotten Ode To Spring: SPRING WILL BE SO SAD (WHEN SHE COMES THIS YEAR)”

“Spring Will Be So Sad (When She Comes This Year)” by Margaret Bonds and Harold “Hal” Dickinson from The Modernaires is another one of those fantastic, nevertheless forgotten songs of the “Great American Songbook”, and I wonder who else has … Continue reading

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