Thirty Years Ago Today...

We’ve never been able to find out if sharing the cover with Jupiter was a compliment, a wisecrack or some in-joke so far in it would take a drilling crew to find the punch-line.

Small print is important. There should have been an apostrophe possessive in “Authors’ Wedding” - “Author’s Wedding” would have meant only one author and there seem to be two, while no apostrophe at all is an oopsie. It’s not the only one.

Who is this Moorwood guy?

He must be my doppelganger or something. Looks just like me, the fortunate fellow. :->

So that’s the first thirty. Hey @dduane, feel like going round the block again?

I love you, hon. More than all the words I’ve ever written can begin to say.

So I’d better get busy writing some more…


Dave Moorwood’s Rascals of Rythm another fantastic group of musicians that performed at this years Birmingham International Jazz Festival. For those of you who missed them this year we hope you enjoy these three short clips showing Dave Moorwood’s Rascals of Rhythm: Le Marchand de Poisson, Out Of The Gallion and Georgia On My Mind (sung by Susan Valliant Speer).