A reader writes

Here’s a touching comment which I received this morning, about my post from last month about Twitter, and the picture of David Jean Baptiste.

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“Can’t believe how people find so many wonderful things thru Twitter. I’m an eighty-four year old jazz fan who hung out with the Condon, Muggsy Spanier, Pee Wee Russell bunch a long time ago. Nice blog. Photo made me think of dear little Ernie Caceres.”

I’ll return the compliment. A grainy photo of Ernie Caceres, playing in the Glenn Miller band in the film Orchestra Wives from 1942.And have a coffee, courtesy of Ernie Caceres, among others .

Enjoy your Sunday, Reader 347. You’ve perked up mine. Thank you.

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  1. A big hero of mine in the Glenn Miller orchestra was the wonderful Ernie Caceres who´s inspired playing on his mighty baritone sax really sparked the band. He really was the Harry Carney in that outfit and it´s a pity he didn´t got he chance to play more baritone with Glenn.

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