Oscar envía por e:mail diariamente a un grupo de amigos dibujos realizados con notable creatividad y destreza. Habitualmente agrega a esa imagen, un muy breve comentario y música que se escucha “clickeando” sobre el enlace destacado en el nombre del tema.
Every day, Oscar e-mails some of his friends and sends over drawings done with remarkable creativity and dexterity. Usually, he adds to those images a brief comment and music that you may listen to by clicking on the tune’s name.
Jim Henson (from TV show "Sesame Street") Rubber duckie (1970)
Columbia CS 1069
Jim Henson (vcl). “Rubber duckie,” Ernie’s classic ode to bath time toys. Written by Jeff Moss, the song debuted on February 25, 1970 during Sesame Street’s
first season. In the skit, Ernie, performed by Jim Henson, soaks in a
bath and sings the song to his very favorite little pal. When the
Workshop began releasing musical content from the show on records in the
summer of 1970, “Rubber Duckie” was included on the very first album.
The song went on to sell more than 1 million copies as a single and
reached number 11 on the Billboard chart in 1971. It was nominated for
The Best Recording for Children Grammy in 1970, losing out to The Sesame Street Book and Record, which itself contained the song. Since then, the song has been included on 21 different albums released by the Workshop.
Moondog [Louis Thomas Hardin] (*) Organ rounds (1956/57)
Moondog. Played miscellaneous primitive and homemade instruments utsu, oo, uni, samisen, composer. (*) Real name Louis Thomas Hardin. Born in Marysville, Kansas, May 24, 1916. Raised in Wyoming. Not a jazz musician in the real sense of the word. His music is rather a product of a personal phenomenon and therefore his recordings made for various record firms belong to the fringe of jazz.
Charlie Shavers, J C Higginbotham, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Pee Wee Russell Jumpin’ with Symphony Sid (1958) From the 1958 TV series "Art Ford's Jazz Party" on New York City WNTA-TV, aired on Thursdays at 9pm ET from May 8, 1958 to December 25, 1958.
Charlie Shavers (tp) J C Higginbotham (tb) Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Harry Sheppard (vib) Willie "The Lion" Smith (p) Dickie Thompson (g) Vinnie Burke (b) Sonny Greer (d). Filmed at Mosque Theater, Newark, New Jersey, USA. Aired on September 25, 1958
The Terry Gibbs/Buddy DeFranco/Herb Ellis Sextet Flying home (1991) (comp. by Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton) The Terry Gibbs/Buddy DeFranco/Herb Ellis Sextet: Buddy DeFranco (cl) Terry Gibbs (vib) Herb Ellis (g) Larry Novak (p) Milt Hinton (b) Butch Miles (d). Recorded live at Kimball's East, Emeryville, California from April 13-15, 1991.