For some reason, I had it in my mind that this was the last Saturday of the month. But of course, it is NOT the last Saturday, it’s the FIRST Saturday.
If only there had been something to tip me off, such as walking through my condo, upstairs and down, flipping the pages of not one, not two, but three calendars from July to August…
When the dazzling revelation occurred to me, it was too late to do much about writing an all-new review. But I did have time to dust off an old favorite of mine. It was first published over on the now-defunct Blogger version of this site, on November 12, 2011.
It also happens to be among my top five favorite jazz albums, ever.
Who am I talking about? None other than Louisiana-native turned Portland-resident, Reggie Houston and his 1992 jazz album, The Gazebo Sessions! This was the 14th installment of what I was then calling my little experiment. Little did I know that I would still be writing these things 130+ reviews later.
At any rate, I hope you’ll take the time to read the review. When I imported the site from Blogger, a lot of posts had their formatting stripped and were left looking pretty crappy and hard to read. This was one of them, but it’s fixed now and just waiting for you to click the link and have at it. 🙂
Thanks for reading this.
Wood Village, Oregon
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