Reflecting on my father’s loss of all musical appreciation to Alzheimer’s

The needle dropped on side two of More Music From Peter Gunn, scratching into play with a tough, brass crescendo on Blue Steel. That second LP of Henry Mancini’s popular jazz score came out when my father was 20, that magic age when musical tastes awaken into their adult fullness.

Read more: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/reflecting-on-my-fathers-loss-of-all-musical-appreciation-to-alzheimers/article37585358/

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