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Fred Taylor, Gil Scott-Heron, and the Bicentennial Blues

Sad to say, Saturday’s Boston Globe featured this front-page probituary of Boston jazz impresario Fred Taylor. Another blow to the local jazz scene: Legend Fred Taylor fired ousted at Scullers Fred Taylor, a legendary figure on the Boston jazz scene since … Continue reading

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Song o’ the Day®

Just heard Keith Jarrett’s rendition of “It’s All in the Game” on WGBH-FM, always an excellent after-midnight companion. Lovely as Jarrett’s solo piano was, I really missed the lyrics of that beautifully bittersweet song. Many a tear has to fall … Continue reading

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