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Author charles pirozzi
Posted 1/22/06; 8:14:51 AM
Topic Question of the Day
Msg# 4702 (in response to 4701)
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Dear D L thanks for the posting of Blue Daniel A haunting type tune written by FRANK ROSOLINO , yet another figure in the long line of  jazz musicians who have been beset by one tragedy or another.Is it coincidental that even the masters of 15 or 16th century  art , be it music or any other art have a savant-ish?? quality as if their gift was a price they paid for  their genius???   JIMMY ROWLES [not a tragic figure ]wrote a great tune Called the PEACOCKS really beautiful I have the sheet music . well see ya charlie

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