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Dr Bleak's Pan-Universal Elixir (The Very Thought of You)

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Always enjoyed Alan Broadbent's piano. This is a great classic (You Go to My Head). The first jazz album I ever registered (hotlinked) to the database was by Alan Broadbent.

So far, very struck by 1. Eberhard Weber (A Pale Smile) and 2. Raoul Björkenheim (both Rain, and Lament). Enjoyed the Haden/Barron (of course). Had to skip the Michael Brook rendition of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's music. Porcupine Tree was okay for a while, but finally skipped. Liked Milton Nascimento (Francisco) very much. Still haven't heard the rest of the tracks.

No law against skipping tracks. It was a one-thing led to-another mix, but I think I brought it back to somewhere in the end. I'm less interested in individual tracks in mixes than in odd but somehow right transitions. The Eberhard Weber is possibly may favorite of his albums -- with vocalese by Norna Winstone, and guitar by a young and hugry Bill Frisell, and vibes by Gary Burton when he still dared to dare. Raoul is a guitar madman, but the short tracks were the only ones that didn't sound like your house was exploding. Thanks for listening.

I'm going to listen to this right after I play my last tune (next) on I see you're still there, standing on the floor, still as a mouse.

Be forewarned -- it's lengthy. Might be good to go to sleep too except for a bit of noise in the middle. Yes, we mice, among our many vast attainments, do Still very very well.