"Who put canned laughter into my crucifixion scene?" - Charles Simic
That old New Orleans style.
It was actually Woody Allen movies that got me into jazz. I had passively explored the form with a handful of CD purchases prior to Woody's movies (Harry Connick's 'She', Miles Davis' 'Milestones', Bela Fleck's greatest hits, and Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World'), but the way jazz played into the world that Woody created really lit my wick. And now, here we are.
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