A Little Louis Armstrong (or Some Paper Clips) With Your Coffee This Morning!

I stumbled on this offering by Josh Marshall on the TPM website and wanted to share the song Louis Armstrong & Jack Teagarden singing Rockin’ Chair at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958), as well as the info about all the live performances that can be found on You Tube – a gold mine!

And speaking of resources, have you heard about Snag Films? Here’s what they say about themselves …

At SnagFilms.com, you can watch full-length documentary films for free, but we also make it easy for you to take our films with you and put them anywhere on the web. When you embed a widget on your web site, you open a virtual movie theater and become a “Filmanthropist.” Donate your pixels and support independent film! And click on “info” on any widget to learn more about that film and a related charity you can also support.

With a library of 225 documentaries, and rapidly growing – browse by topic or go through the alphabet from A-Z – you’re bound to find films that resonate with your interests. There is a widget for EVERY film, so any film you like can be snagged. To learn more about snagging go here. Enjoy your visit, snag a film, and keep checking back because we’re adding great news titles daily.

Click here for more about SnagFilms.

It sounds like a great idea to me … and I’ll be adding a widget for the great movie “Paper Clips” shortly (unless I run into a snag)!

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