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  • MVP Loops wrote on February 22, 2011 report

    I am from a Caribbean island and I totally get where you're coming from with this. Real funny.

  • Chuck Koton wrote on February 22, 2011 report

    Very funny and it gives even a hopeless pessimist like myself a glimmer of light in the near suffocating darkness to know that a self-admitted son of hillbillies can transcend that, for most people dead end origin and reach for the sublime heights of a Trane solo..whoopee!

  • maria helena r r de sousa wrote on February 22, 2011 report

    Well, is there anyone who doesn't like what's good?

  • John Kelman wrote on February 22, 2011 report

    Well, yes, but one thing I always say to writers at the site: we are not the arbiters of what is good; we are the arbiters of what we like. It's an important distinction, I think, to realize that our tastes don't necessarily define what is good and what is bad...only what we like and what we don't.

  • Jeff Kent wrote on February 26, 2011 report

    Sort of brings us back to the What Is Jazz question though...I mean are Kenny G fans 'smart?'

  • Jeff Kent wrote on February 26, 2011 report

    After a few years of riding the NYC subways I wanted to create a Web Page or Photo Book of people listening to music with headphones while riding the subway...the trick was to look at them and guess what they were listening to...