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|What we play is life. What we play with is fire. The beat is the spark, Hotter than |
ever. Swing, You Cats. Sugar Foot Stomp. What we vamp is mint, What we blast
is sweet. When we're grooving, we're golden, Thunder and lightning: Hot Five,
|When I am a willing tool in the hands of God, great things can come to pass—far |
greater things than we imagine possible, ... “What we play is life,” says Louis
Armstrong, speaking of music and musicians, but he could be speaking for all of
|But for the jazz lover, the word means much more than the smoky room or its |
historical context or its technical definition: it is a way of looking at and
experiencing life. “What we play is life,” jazz great Louis Armstrong explained. “
Jazz is played ...
|The Original Spirituality of the Kalahari People Bradford Keeney. InSultInG tHe |
Meat e Fourth Original Mystery 4 What we play is life. LOUIS ARMSTRONG. N.
ot only do you get teased in the Kalahari for having a successful hunt, but the ...
2006 - 208 pages
|LE QUINTETTE A CORDES DU HOT CLUB DE FRANCE D|ango Rainhurdl, |
Slcphonc Gropclly, louii Volo, Joiaph Ramhordl, Rog*l Oopw lK>rtu«iiM L'l.
TRAPliOM i "What we play is life." — Louis Armstrong "Tiger Rag" Test Recording
|Now, perhaps, we might experience the undermining of the ordinary, or what we |
normally take to be “really serious,” and our entire dialectic is ... Yet much of our
work ethic appears from the standpoint of life-affirmative play drab and lifeless.
|Play is a safe ground for trying and testing out life without threatening children's |
physical or emotional well-being. They feel safe ... (See chapter 8). For all
humans, children and adults, what we play is what we know and what we
|Gambling (as meaning-making activity and a way of knowing or commenting on |
the vagaries of life) is however not the kind of ... What we will see over the course
of this book is how the way we play is heavily proscribed and prescribed by the ...
|We had plays for every situation—short yardage, long yardage, goal line, |
everything. And we kept calling plays until we reached our goal: the end zone.
What happened in those seconds before a play is a lot like what happens in life.
We all ...
|The fortieth anniversary edition of the groundbreaking best seller examines the interpersonal defenses which individuals construct to avoid dealing with reality in everyday situations in a volume that features a new prologue , as well as ...|