Thursday, March 2, 2017

Some Cow Fonque from 1997

Buckshot LeFonque was a musical group project of Branford Marsalis. The name Buckshot LeFonque was a pseudonym used by jazz saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley for contractual reasons on the album Here Comes Louis Smith (1958). After playing with Sting, Miles Davis and other artists, Marsalis founded this band to create a new sound by merging classic jazz with rock, pop, R&B and hip-hop influences.

15 comments:

Gert said...

Farmer, do you tweet?

-FJ said...

No, but I do (rarely) check Twitter to see what "those who do" are saying (what's "trending").

-FJ said...

Do you 'tweet'?

Gert said...

@Gertno2zionism

I've only just reactivated it, to tweet new Mordor posts.

Gert said...

RT is running the headline:

"IS GEORGE W.BUSH A LIBERAL HERO?" LOL!

Gert said...

# of course (that's how much I know about twitter!)

-FJ said...

I "think" I'm following you now...

FreeThinke said...

Back to the cess pits! (SIGH!)

Gert said...

Nice track, BTW...

-FJ said...

Like I said, FT, "I am the sea." If you're looking for pure Rocky Mt. spring water, you're looking in the wrong place.

Gert said...

"Farmer: the only serious Multiple Personality Disorder blogger I know of..." ; -))

Red Herring said...

An entire commedia troupe in one blogger! ;)

FreeThinke said...

Looking more for vintage French champagne, truffles, beluga caviar, and pate de foie gras, or a generous selection of fine imported cheeses and ripe fruits with freshly-baked baguettes at the very least.

FreeThinke said...

Is this guy related to Wynton Marsalis perchance?

I have a lot of respect for WYNTON. In fact Wynton is a graduate of my alma mater.

-FJ said...

Is this guy related to Wynton Marsalis perchance?

His brother.