Early Father’s Day tribute – Another fantastic collaboration with the great American author and photographer Marilyn Armstrong and swo8 Blues Jazz

When I proposed this project to the great American author and photographer, Marilyn Armstrong she was in on it. It’s early for Father’s Day but this little song “Tribute to Clarence” by swo8 Blues Jazz from the album Osaka Time in iTunes, was written for my father, Clarence. We always had an organ in our home and at one point we got a pipe organ. My father had to build a room to house all the pipes. When he played that organ the whole house rocked! It was amazing. My father had two loves in life his music and his dogs. Soon to be released.

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9 thoughts on “Early Father’s Day tribute – Another fantastic collaboration with the great American author and photographer Marilyn Armstrong and swo8 Blues Jazz

  1. Reblogged this on SERENDIPITY and commented:
    And coming soon to SERENDIPITY … another little music, video and stills project from swo8 Blues Jazz. Don’t believe Leslie. She gives me far too much credit. It’s her music, her video. Just my stills … but these stills include pictures of dogs from my past who have long gone to the bridge. It’s nice to see them again.

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  2. Sounds a lot like our father, standing over the stove stirring soup and whistling a Bach chaconne with a faithful dog always sitting beside him with its nose pointed up so it didn’t miss a second of being with him. He was an absolute Pied Piper for dogs. (Not so good with humans…)

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  3. wow, I’m stunned, Leslie… ❤ btw, have you ever been to New Orleans, Louisiana=la Nouvelle Orléans?… been there twice while we lived in Houston, TX and we loved it! 🙂

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