Jazz In the Morning! (first edition)

Jazz in the morning!

Here is an interesting medley by Dick Hyman, who we normally hear on the piano but here he is using the organ.

‘Satin Doll’ – some recognizable movie themes…good music to vacuum by.

But not for icing cakes, I think.


Sounds of Peace and Contentment

Take some time for a visit with Deva Premal. This is an almost 54-minute multi-track album that really works for me.

Deva Premal’s Dakshina

The whole thing has been engineered at 432 Hz, which is a sort of cosmic frequency (“Verdi’s ‘A'”) that does some special things for the mind and the body. You can look it up.

The Magic of 432 Hz

Purely anecdotal evidence, but it engulfs me in a gradual fashion as if someone were pouring spiritual honey from my head down my body to the toes.

If you have headphones that plug into your computer, even better. Shut out the sound of the world, close your eyes, get comfortable and let your head sink toward your chest. Then, just FEEl it. Listen with your “inner ears.”

I guarantee that your breathing will become slower, easier, deeper.

Here is another source of information and soundtracks at 432 Hz.


“Fly Me to the Moon”

Today’s musical interlude features Mr. Cool and Smooth Nat King Cole bio in a recording from later in his career.

The song is Fly Me to the Moon. The song was written in 1954 by Bart Howard and was originally titled “In Other Words.” Howard said he wrote songs with his idol, Cole Porter, in mind, but had been performing and writing for nearly twenty years without a singular success.

First recorded by Kaye Ballard, the song became popular and was recorded and released by numerous artists. Lovely, smoky Peggy Lee had one of the most successful releases and it was Peggy who convinced Howard to make the name change to Fly Me to the Moon a formality.


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