Hi Erika, Your post brought back some 'audio flashbacks' for me! Thanks. ;-) There is an absolutely wonderful song about Robert Frost on the Jay Leonhart CD - "Salamander Pie". [There is kind of a delicious shock value to the first time you hear the immortal Robert Frost referred to as "Bobby".] The entire CD is excellent ... but the song musing about the ways in which "Bobby Frost" must have tried to meet the bills while he worked on his poetry is one of my favorites. Barter? "Oh! Here's a nice one I wrote about the snow!" Wealthy girlfriend? "Bobby don't you worry 'bout the dishes. No, no, no." .... An amusing song about artistic struggles in general. I bought it on the basis of the review I read - "If you love jazz, if you adore classical, if you like country and western ... buy this disc!" ... That was a combination I was intrigued to hear. Oddly enough, the music actually DOES live up to the review! RonL. - Gee. Now I've only got 5 more impossible things to do before lunch at Milliways! -----Original Message----- From: Erika Meyer [mailto:emeyer at lclark.edu] 'And Bob, he loves to read Robert Frost... but he calls him "Bob Frost."'