I bring this up because last Friday -- which seems a million years ago, before Biden had been declared the winner of our recent exercise in the democratic process -- I was having lunch with my young musician friend Joe Benoit and we got on the subject of the great French composer Maurice Ravel. And I suddenly remembered that the great English steel guitarist B.J. Cole had recorded a version of Ravel's second most famous composition...
...on the Hannibal Records label, which said ex of mine of mine had done a lot of work for.
Alas, she hadn't done the B.J. Cole LP, but I remembered that she and I had collaborated on an earlier Hannibal release, which I don't think I've ever shared here.
That's said ex in the photos on the front cover; I wrote the stupid bad taste jokes.
By the way, musically it's quite a fun album, if you can find a copy.