Saturday, March 2, 2019

Jukebox Saturday Night for March 2nd, 2019: Waters of March -OR- This Will Be Edition

I suppose this is an appropriate way to start the first Jukebox Saturday Night edition this March …

"Waters of March" as performed by Jane Monheit from her Come Dream with Me album (2001)

I need not explain Águas de Março / Waters of March -- a basso nova standard and classic by Antônio Carlos Jobim.


Next up, a nice piece by a band I really like …

"Streetcorner Paradise" by Hiroshima from the group's album East (1989)

The group's piece "One Wish" (from their release Another Place) has always been a favorite of mine.


Next up, a piece by a very talented and accomplished smooth jazz trumpeter …

"Everyone But You" by Cindy Bradley from her recent Natural release (2017)

Cindy Bradley's website is here.


And we'll end with something Saturday night old school soul upbeat …

"This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)" by Natalie Cole from her album Inseparable (1975)

Inseparable was not only Natalie Cole's first RIAA gold-certified album but it was also her debut studio album, or so says The Keeper of All Knowledge.

I had wanted to feature this YouTube version taken from a live performance by Ms. Cole on Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special, but the sound is very low.

We really lost Natalie Cole much too soon.


OK, that's all for now. Please see my previous entries for some political commentary and an update.


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