Nina Simone reads to her daughter.
“And. It is so hopeful."
Guaraldi was fascinated by boogie-woogie when he was young, and that rumbling left-hand bass part is boogie modernized and streamlined. He wasn’t a super-virtuoso, but he was a great piano stylist who favored a pared-down, singing line, and loved to swing. His fingers were short, but they’d sprint up the keys. Guaraldi would also slip up to the good notes from below, like another great midcentury piano stylist, Nashville’s Floyd Cramer.
The snacks at the Library of Congress shop, proving no librarian anywhere can resist a pun.
|Me:||Tell me about more library science classes I can take this fall.|
|Friend:||Library Sciences 306: Looking concurrently repressed and sexy|
|Friend:||Library Sciences 444: Card Catalogs and the Women who Love Them|
|Friend:||Library Sciences 204: Proper Anthropromorphic Stuffed Animal Placement in the Children's Section|
|Friend:||Library Sciences 211: Young Adult or Pornography? A Contrast with Case Studies|
|By the way, everyone, Kevin/Knickerbacker is that friend. He'll continue to be dedicated to librarian humor through out his soon to be illustrious Tumblr career.|