To some this collection of commentary and observationsafourth in what now must be called aThe Notational Quartetaamight seem as remote as the proverbial aMan in the Moon.a But the reader will find it very relevant to the changing and troubled times that we find ourselves in. The author has steered the reader and vessel to a distant and little known shore, where hope for return to point of origin is very much in doubt. aThe boats that left from the same harbor have rowed away from one another...aHe warmed somewhat to me when I mentioned Cripple Creek, Bisbee and knowledge of mining and labor problems. ... The trombone player, when not playing, aimed his instrument like a machine gun and waved it at the crowd, laughinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Fly Me To The Moon|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2013-09-27|