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Nightcap- Friday in February

whiskeyThe days are lengthening and the light is lasting longer but sometimes I just want a lowlight place where I can forget my cares, have a drink and relax with some good music. Joe’s always fits the bill. There are no ferns here. Just a long polished bar and some scattered tables in the shadows.

Tonight’s singer has an unusual sense of timing. She sets up a sort of tension that keeps the listener waiting for resolution. Such are our times.

Set’em up, Joe. I’ll have a Maker’s Mark. What’s new?

6 Responses

  1. Oh, I seem to have finished my Maker’s Mark. Well, a refill, please, I have a cold you know.

  2. someone to watch over me. nice. renee can do that timing thing with a song everyone knows so well.

  3. Heeeeyyy! Haven’t seen you in awhile. How’s the turk? Er, or are you the turk?

  4. Just passing through and stopped to listen. Loved it – love the site. Thanks!

  5. Judith: Thanks for stopping by. We are pleased to meet you.

  6. Thank you – I am happy to have found you..I am going to find one of those coctails now – take care….:-)

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