Jazz Without Rhythm - Delius 

Waking up to "A Walk to the Paradise Garden" -

As a former dancer I was always a rhythm hound. But 20+ years ago Errol introduced me to a world of musical sensuousness that destroyed my old prejudice for a good beat. It was the music of Frederick Delius, English/German/Cosmopolitan(!)/temporarily American composer, who reveled in the tropics of Central Florida at the end of the 19th century, as I do now.  It had the feel of jazz, but without being harnessed by a beat. The lush harmonies evoke untapped…

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Nov29

Count Zaremba's Crypt

Sirius XM Channel 21

On Black Friday, Count Zaremba to play "Terror-Bite Tango (aka Gettin' Down for the Count)" - Yes THAT Count! As part of his Fright Night Show "Count Zaremba's Crypt." This show is part of Little Steven's Underground Garage.

Fright Night

Oct15

Terror-Bite Tango Release!

Terror-Bite Tango RELEASE!, Transylvania, Virginia

Horror-ble Hallween Music!

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Jul15

GWDK CD on Marshall Crenshaw's Radio Show

WFUV-FM Radio "The Bottomless Pit", Internet, New York, NY

Noted rock musician Marshall Crenshaw will be playing music from Jamie's documentary film score "Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind" on his WFUV radio show, The Bottomless Pit, sometime between 10 - 11 p.m. The show is also archived. Crenshaw plays an exotic blend of music each week. We hope you'll enjoy his show!

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