I ironed for hours last night, even sheets. (Yes, even fitted sheets.) Nothing I like better than freshly-ironed sheets! Lots of people like them, just not enough to actually iron them. But I’m one of those people.
I sat down with the ironing board in front of the teevee and watched “Love Me or Leave Me,” starring Doris Day and Jimmy Cagney. (It’s the story of singer Ruth Etting.) Time just flew!
Julian Coryell is a really interesting musician, the son of famed jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, and this is from a great album. I saw him several years ago as the opening act for Nanci Griffith and was just blown away. Turns out he attended Berklee College of Music with a friend, who promptly warned me not to “get involved” with him. Heh. As if I’d ever date another musician! (Or lawyer, or politician, for that matter.) No, it was strictly his musicianship that interested me.
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