This Sunday Music Muse Day find us experiencing a very peasant weather day after several days of high temps and humidity. But the news out of Afghanistan adds a heaviness to the day. Some how my first selection compliments the news. Alice Coltrane Ptah, The El Daoud, the classic Impluse record. Maybe it's just the Egyptian scarb imagery on the album cover reminds me of the Middle East. The classic tune Blue Nile is a must. It's well known Alice Coltrane is the wife of the legendary John Coltrane, but Alice gained fame and recognition on her own musical merits, most notably for her use ot the harp in jazz.
My second selection Scolohofo oh! is a group named for first letters of last name of it's members. John SCOfield, Joe LOvano, Dave HOlland, and Alex FOster. Their Post-Bop (hard Bop ?) music can be driving and mellow with an edge to it. It fits the mood of the day, too.
There is bound to be a lot of reflection on the Afghan situation, that is way beyond my grasp. All we can hope is a evenual peaceful outcome for the people of Afghanistan, and a better future.