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Separated at Birth?

I was doing one of those google searches and came upon a site called "Smooth Jazz Vibes." The folks who run it have been posting a "Song of the Week" since December 2004. I've been doing a "Song of the Day" since September 2004. And we both make use of that same "Stormy" stylesheet. (Cue Twilight Zone music...)

Anyway, it's a really nice site for contemporary and smooth jazz fans. Check it out!

Comments welcome.


To lift the words of a jazz DJ in another context, I never met Miles Davis, but I did breathe his essence once.