Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

The Super Tuesday “Love” Jazz Presentation

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This Jazz presentation will concentrate on “Love” and songs that have word “Love” in its title. And of course, relate to love and the meaning it truly has. All the ups and downs, all the real love and the pretended love. All the joys of being in Love and all the heartbreaks of feeling it will never work. From “What is this thing called love” to “The Look of love” to “Star-Crossed lovers” to “Perpetual Love” to “Almost like being in love” to “Falling in love with love” to “What now my Love?” to “The End of a love affair” to “What Love?”  All sorts of situations concerning love that we have all experienced or are experiencing at the present moment. Songs that can help us all understand love and its importance. Songs that can help us cope with a Love affair and songs that can prepare us in case we never been in love. Songs that can be very therapeutic for many listeners and songs that will be a reality check for others. Everyone feels love differently and adopts to it in their own way but it must be mutual for both to work. Yes, Love can be complicated but who said it was ever going to be easy? Check the schedule link for play times, ENJOY!

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