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HE'S renowned worldwide for his musicianship and spoken of in the hushed tones normally reserved for only the jazziest of prog rockers.
It could be the most jazziest, flashiest hand-crafted leather item in the world but folk would still be put off because it's called a bum bag.
Shere Khan, the Bengal tiger, evokes a heartbreaking scene from The Lion King in his relentless, blood-crazed pursuit of Mowgli, and the animated version's jazziest interlude - I Wan'na Be Like You with jungle VIP King Louie and his swingin' band of monkeysicians - is repurposed as a terrifying chase.
Shere Khan, the Bengal tiger, evokes a heartbreaking scene from The Lion King in his relentless, blood-crazed pursuit of Mowgli, and the animated version's jazziest interlude - I Wan'na Be Like W You w Y ith jungle VIP King Louie and his swingin' band of monkeysicians - is repurposed as a terrifying chase.
The other cast member, New Orleans, won't be shown only in its jazziest, most alluring guise.
Possibly the jazziest wraps EVER, we'll be having a honey-mani for summer.
Full bodied brass opens “Morning After” - one of the date's jazziest tracks - with a steady sizzling sock cymbal beat setting a groove with a synthesized female vocal choir - reminiscent of Earth, Wind and Fire -- counting of the time in unison.
White birch, the jazziest trees of the northern forest (there's a line of them at the edge of my garden) look like they're swooning while the hemlocks lean gently into each other, in a millennial conversation.
However, in promoting its streaming-video service, Netflix seems to have reversed the pricing model: You pay the lowest rate and get the jazziest service.
Rogers described Montmartre as "the jazziest and sexiest spot on earth and the first place visited by every good American.
Fiddle, mandolin and banjo still dominate Railroad Earth's wall-of-sound sound, though, and even at its jazziest there's a down-home quality to its ear-filling music (the album was recorded at a 300-year-old house in rural New Jersey).
Perhaps hitting the jazziest registers of the festival programme was the stirring performance of William Parker's Raining on the Moon sextet.