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This week an original song written and composed by William Price King and Jeanne King. The song is called “Like Bojangles” and it is a tribute to one of the great American tap dancers “Mr. Bojangles” who lived at the beginning of the 20th century.
Jazz at its best..
This Saturday join us for part three of the Roberta Flack story with some of her most popular performances. You will find the previous two parts of her story here as well as Nat King Cole, Mel Torme and Ella Fitzgerald.
Previous performances by William
William Price King – Jazz composer, musician and singer.
William Price King is an American jazz singer, musician and composer. Originally he studied classical music and opera but over the years his style has evolved to what many refer to as the ‘sweet point’ where music and voice come together so beautifully.
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I knew I had gone in before
but today, I met with a closed-door
no matter how hard I pushed
I couldnt get in
We encounter daily problems
in similar ways
they just seem to plague our days
yet, if we step back
and take a different tack
we often find we were on the right track
only our approach needed new perspective
we did in fact, know
only our focus was inactive
it is important in life
to stop and allow your mind to chill
your body to relax
so that each day can really begin
Namaste – Oyashikiri