kas wrote:Vivaldi - Le Quattro Stagioni
Is that deep pan or thin and crispy?
It is currently Tue Oct 06, 2015 5:16 pm
kas wrote:Thin and crispy of course, preferably served in a quality place in Italy and enjoyed in the right sort of company.
kevin wrote:kas wrote:Thin and crispy of course, preferably served in a quality place in Italy and enjoyed in the right sort of company.
Which is what I will be doing from next Wednesday, Sitting al fresco in the Piazza Garibaldi in Parma with a pizza topped with proscuitto crudo and porcini, sipping on a local red. Can't wait.
The story of Harold Battiste's All For One Records is covered in detail in John Broven's great book on NO music, Walking To New Orleans. I think that you and I both had a copy of that book that we separately loaned out and separately never got back. Maybe we were related in a past life, the karma of being good-hearted schmucks.Adam Blake wrote:I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) - Barbara George-1961
Bit of a serious cornet solo there from (I believe) Melvin Lastie. I think I'm right in saying that AFO Records was the first indie record label to be run as a collective by both black and white musicians, in 1960, and in Louisiana too. Quite an achievement...
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