For reasons that may become clear later (or maybe not), I'm doing something a little different for today's morning wake up. On Friday, JD at Broad Oak Magazine posted this: FRIDAY MUSIC: Chloe Feoranzo,
A long time ago I pointed out that young people today have better musical taste than our 'pop culture' would have us believe. One or two of them featured here -
Chloe Feoranzo is especially talented and deserves a post to herself. Two of the following videos demonstrate why: in the first one below (seen in the previous post) she is half way through her solo when Bob Draga has a quiet word with the rest of the band and then says to her ".... you go girl!" and she does, effortlessly with a mere split second hesitation into a second chorus. That is class; and in Montagne Sainte-Geneviève she displays wonderful technical mastery of a very difficult piece and does it with great style.
As well as several other videos demonstrating her talents. Compare to the original:
I like Chloe and Post Modern Jukebox's version much better
Linked at nourishing obscurity in This and that.
The Wombat has Rule 5 Sunday: Labor Day With Jayne Mansfield up on time and within budget at The Other McCain.