Breaking news: A cure for musical malaise has been discovered!

Written by The Jazz Gypsy

Daryl WilliamsResized.jpgWhen: Thursday, September 11, 2008
Where: Spaghettini Grill & Jazz Club
3005 Old Ranch Parkway
Seal Beach, CA 90740

Bassist, composer, producer Darryl Williams will be delivering a sure cure to help you beat the workday blues or anything else that ails you. This Thursday at Spaghetini�s, Williams, who is the bassist for Euge Groove and has a list of other noteworthy credits, will be performing with his own band.

Williams� arsenal of potent prescriptions include "Take it Slow", "That Was Then", "Time, Good Bye", "On The Move", "La Jolla Shores", "Costa Rica", "Everything Must Change", "Gentle Thoughts", "When It Rains", and "The Truth", all from his new CD, That Was Then.

Convenient, self-administered dosages are recommended, if you are unable to get a live injection on Thursday.

Prescription: That Was Then
Frequency: Listen until your new music deprivation disorder disappears.
Instructions for Use: For best results, this music should be ingested live; however, everyday dosages of That Was Then will yield the same results.
Side effects: May cause intense smiling, a euphoric attitude, heightened sensual feelings, or the desire to be a better person.
Warming: Listen at your own risk. This music is highly addictive.

Free trial-size samples are available at