Sunday, June 10, 2012

Eclectic Tastes


When we are 'around the house' we usually have a stack of CDs playing away.

The one below by Jesse Cook is in the mix lately.

We saw Jesse Cook a couple of years ago in concert and this was one that was performed.

It is a 'nice and easy' listen  for a Sunday, or any day for that matter. Enjoy.


12 comments:

  1. hi boys, i am sort of back, still recooping but doing better. hope all is well with you and the sophiemyer. i've missed you..

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    1. Well if it isn't Ms.Chris!!! Welcome back and glad to here you are recovering well! Sophie sends a big slurpy lick/kiss to you!

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    1. Glad you liked it Vicki! He isn't on 'vocals' in this piece....in fact I don't think he sings at all. He plays the guitar.
      Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this. Had to go check out his web site. Love his guitar style.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it Pat! It is such easy-to-listen-to music/

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  4. Easy listening and body swaying.

    Good Sunday, Jim!

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    1. Exactly Sharon! We had a good Sunday with 2, count em, 2 walks!! Nighty night!

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  5. We accidentally stumbled into one of his shows in Toronto a few years back on my birthday. He was at a neighboring bar before the show and invited us to his show.
    He embarrassed me by bringing me up on "stage" and singing to me. The whole night was kind of crazy and went well into the morning hours. Great personality and very friendly. Obviously we enjoyed the show and even bought his CD.

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    1. I think you must be confusing him with someone else Stew. Jesse Cook doesn't sing, he plays guitar. Maybe it was Danny Wilde who does the vocals for some of his shows.

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  6. What a cutie! And the guitar sounds great.

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