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Old Oct 10, 2006, 3:59 PM   #11
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More jazz lovers I see. Great!

As soon as the website repairs their service I will look too.
Thank you for leaving a comment and hope you had a chance to see the gallery.
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Old Oct 10, 2006, 4:08 PM   #12
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Excellent series Jerry. I looked at your gallery and it's great to. There sure is a lot of big names burried at Woodlawn. I wonder if they ever get together and play.

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Yes being a New Yorker all my life I thought I knew it all but this was a happy surprise.I am sure they have some gigs when everyone goes home at night. I am also reaching the age where one needs to consider their final place of residence and this place has a nice appeal.
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Old Oct 10, 2006, 4:10 PM   #13
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Hi Jerry

A wonderful series of shots - No 2. is just tack sharp, good colour and has a lot of emotion in it.

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Thank you for looking and commenting. I have a couple of better shots on the gallery and more grave stone sights. I am also reaching the age where one needs to consider their final place of residence and this place has a nice appeal.
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I just came back on this topic a few minutes ago (10:40 p.m.) and was able to view the slide show. Nice work.

I recall hearing one of Davis' ''Blues'' tunes way back back in the early tomiddle fifties. I'm not sure which one it was but it was nine minutes long. It didn't mean anything to me then because all we heard was rock 'n' rolland blues.

Needless to say atthe age of 14 or 15 I wasn't really interested at the time but eventually, over the years I grew to appreciate this type of uniquely American music.

I have to admit however that the evolution from the traditional jazz sound to the Bebopand Avante Garde typeput me on hold for awhile. I guess in this sense one would have to be a musician to really understand and come to grips with the flaying of the notes in sustained movement. (I hope I haven't confused the names.)

An interesting side note here: Locksley ''Slide'' Hampton and his family used to practice two houses up from me in the very early fifties in Indianapolis, IN. I can't place an age on him at the timebuthe may have been in his early twenties then.

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cool conception !!!! nice:Ggallery of photos !!!!
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Old Oct 11, 2006, 1:09 AM   #16
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Hello Barney and Betty Hill.
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cool conception !!!! nice:Ggallery of photos !!!!
I have been busy for a few days but always appreciate a complement from you.
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