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Fri, 18 Aug 2006

Six or Seven Times / Blue Roseland Orchestra
Six or Seven Times Alas, this is another case where my ignorance is as complete after Googling as it was before I began. Blue Roseland Orchestra is German, or at least that's the impression I get both from their sound and their record label. This album is a decade old, although the tracks themselves might be older. I don't think they are; I think they're modern performances of classic jazz band music. Of course, I could be wrong. Not that it really matters. A few minutes with Blue Roseland and I'm transported to a world I've only experienced in the movies, with (at least in my imagination) sophisticated people in sophisticated clothes making sophisticated smalltalk while they sip sophisticated cocktails. Makes my life seem sort of drab by comparison.
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