Friday, November 21, 2008

Old School Fridays: A Tribute To Jazz

Jazz is one of those musical genres that I'm not that familiar with. Two of the greats though was Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong and there's actually a video of them together and what's even greater, they're singing "Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans." What else could I go with?



This meme was developed by Marvalus View and Ms. Grapevine. The rules are simple:

1. Anyone can participate; any music genre
2. Old School is defined as music created before 1999
3. No offensive words allowed, please use edited radio version
4. Post a video of your favorite Old School song to take us back down memory lane
5. Add your name to the meme list so that others can check you out
6. Have fun & don't forget to leave comments for other participants

3 comments:

MsMarvalus said...

You may not know a lot about jazz, but you picked a winner to start with!

Have a great weekend!

Starrlight said...

OH MAN that is one of my all time favorite songs. Louis B and Lady Day. Damn good choice!

Regina said...

Awesome pick!! You can never go wrong with Billie and Satchmo!!

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