Jay Sennett |||

Everyday (I Have the Blues)

Everyday, as sung by Joe Williams with the Count Basie Orchestra, never fails to lift my spirits and get my body moving. The vibrant and bright arrangement of horns, and Basie’s continuous reminder that his piano is both rhythm and melody, wipes all fog, sloth and wrath.

I can clean the house, play with Moxie and dance to this song. Sometimes all at once. If you feel your spirits flagging, play this song a few times. I guarantee you will feel refreshed after just one listen.

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