… but between 10 and 30 people a day stop by this blog. That’s more than my other blogs, which get updated way more often.
I guess it speaks to the popularity of jazz guitar among Web surfers because most of you arrive here as the result of search engines. Since Google is so Blogger-friendly, the former owning the latter and all, I come up pretty high in a lot of searches.
Lately I’ve been spending more time on writing, blogging, working on my various computing projects (Mac, PC and now Palm) doing my “real” paid work at the Daily News and spending time with my family … not necessarily in that order.
But my musical future — and very likely a whole new blog to go with it — will being unfolding at some point soon.
At least I hope.
While here, I heard the new Sheryl Bailey live organ trio record, and it was pretty good. She’s such an expressive player — she can really speak through her instrument. I do have her instruction book, “The Chord Rules,” and I have to confess that it seemed a little simplistic, like there wasn’t enough there to really get you going as an improviser — or maybe I’m missing the point.