Monday, October 10, 2011


Music Muse

On October 12th, 1492
Christopher Columbus landed on an island in what is now the Bahamas.
That's how America began.
I'm of a mind to move to another era in time
'cause times are rough and I am weary.

Up A Lazy River
Shine On Harvest Moon

I Ain't Got Nobody

Dream A Little Dream

A fragment of the film
"New Orleans"
Directed by Arthur Lubin
Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday
This is the saddest part of the film because everybody is obliged
to leave the city they learned to call home
"Goodbye To Storyville"


Anonymous said...

Weary? Know just how you feel. Take care and know that I am thinking of you and wishing you well.

deanna7trees said...

well, you sure did go back in time. i enjoyed the oldies. times were rough back then as well--just a different kind of rough. have a great day.

jude said...

understood. all my dad's favorite music is here.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

What can I say but thank you for keeping me company today. Day is done now, and I'm going out to watch the moon rise up over the East River since full moon Wednesday has predicted (oh no!) RAIN, and I don't want to miss the magic of the hunters feast even if I'm not a hunter anymore.

Nancy said...

And it's only a paper moon...
My favorite (movie too!)

We are all together under this ol' fat moon! Sleep tight :)

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Hey ho Nancy--I guess you were referring to my "paper moon" cut out from an old painting--and I think you meant to share this Frank Sinatra rendition- So I want to offer this charming animation with James Taylor doing that song- . And I too love the O'Neils in the film "Paper Moon"- but I also love "Moonstruck" when it comes to moon films- and that's probably enough moons for everyone tonight--Nite Nite all you lovelies.

Nancy said...

This is the scene I watched tonight:

But there are so many great ones!
Give me my two hun-red dollars!
Then git it!

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Nancy-tee he-two hunert dollas!!! The check is in the mail. "precious". I think.