Saturday, January 19, 2013

The Aurini and Clarey Hour

Two guys talking about whiskey, texting, working for baby boomers, and other aspects of life from a cabin in the middle of nowhere in the Canadian Rockies.

It's lengthy and sometimes Aurini walks away from the recorder, but it's good wisdom for the younger generations and intelligent conversation that you're just not going to get from Sean Hannity.

12 comments:

The Observer said...

Will this be going up on youtube. Cap'n?

Roberto Severino said...

Yay! Even though there's no video, it's pretty much exactly what I had been hoping for. Thanks, Captain.

Captain Capitalism said...

I figured you'd like it Roberto! Who's the jazz musician? Coltrane?

Roberto Severino said...

Charlie Parker of course! I'm an avid fan of pre-1980s jazz music, especially the kind before it devolved into that Kenny G Weather Channel smooth jazz garbage. I could have used Lester Young instead, but he's obviously more obscure than Parker or Coltrane. Next time, I'll consider an actor from The Golden Age of Hollywood. Thanks for noticing.

Roberto Severino said...

By the way, I just found this.

http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2013/01/revising-my-frequent-reading-list-spring-cleaning-weblogging.html

Your blog is mentioned along with 49 other candidates that this economist might read. Congratulations!

Sean Carnegie said...

Dammit! You could have had a live studio audience had those of us from Calgary known about it.

John Henry said...

That sax player in the picture ... has got to be Charlie Parker ... 'The Bird".

Coltrane played tenor and sop.

Anonymous said...

This stuff just may have a future.

The Old Man in the Cave said...

Sounds like a fun time.

Anonymous said...

Great podcast, Captain! Next time though, please turn the music off!

Roberto Severino said...

"Great podcast, Captain! Next time though, please turn the music off!"

Hey Anon! There were actually plenty of gems in the music they played, including Coleman Hawkins' 1939 recording of "Body and Soul" and the original Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker recording of "Salt Peanuts." Jazz nerd talk. Haha!

Anonymous said...

I wish I could download it, but apparently there is no more bandwidth available from the site. You should put it on the YouTubes.