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Old 02-19-2012, 02:19 AM
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Default Re: Are you ashamed of what someone might find on your playlist?

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Originally Posted by Pollyanna View Post
From a jazz POV I confess to being a fan of Wynton Marsalis (his music, not his conservative views). I especially love his drummer, Herlin Riley ...this solo is one of my favourite ones ever, the closest thing I've heard to Papa Jo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFvgCtomkqE
If liking Wynton is wrong - I don't want to be right. Herlin is just a beautiful player. I've been fortunate to see him with Wynton more times than I can count. Wynton is one of my favorites.

To the topic at large - people who know me would anticipate anything they'd fine in my library.

My Library spans 1920's to today. It includes Country, Classical, Funk, R&B, all eras of Jazz, Folk, Bluegrass, Rock from Fats Domino to Foo Fighters with a heavy dose of 70's and 80's, Instrumental Hawaiian Guitar, Vocals (Dean Martin, Sinatra, and so many of that style)... Probably so much more I can't even begin to recall. I love it all....
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