Yes. It's snowing, all righty.
An opportunity to stroll down memory lane in the magical kingdom without copyright.
Dave's True Story was an exceptionally literate post-modern jazz-vocal trio active in those heady '90's, when moustaches were sad rather than ironic and artisanal was just a kind of wellwater. (Okay, artesian. I know. Don't bother.) In addition to "When Kafka Was the Rage," linked above, some of their brainier works include "Last Go Round" and "I'll Never Read Trollope Again"--no kidding, really. I saw them twice, for free, a business model that no doubt explains their disappearance in the early part of this century. But while they were around they were musically gorgeous and intellectually engaging.
Just the thing for a snowbound afternoon.