This is the first course of its kind that focuses entirely on the art of using your FINGERS for your lover's pleasure. Yes, there's nothing out there that even comes remotely close to the depth of this course… and how detailed I go into every single technique you can use to pleasure your lover's most intimate parts with nothing but your fingers alone.
Police Inspector Oscar Piper and Hildegared Withers attend the opening night of a Broadway play in New York City, and the show's press agent is murdered before the curtain goes up. But the show must go on and while Piper is busily investigating the killing while the play goes on, the play's librettist is shot. Piper and Withers are in and out of dressing rooms, in audience cubicles belonging to the producer and press agent, and in the basement storeroom, and far stage left and right working on finding the killer before the curtain drops.
Two sisters and their lovers try to make sure their older sister (played by Sybil Danning) is deflowered by every man in town. They make a potency pill so every man chases her, but the use of the pills turn into a disaster.
Most of this CD is taken up by a special Newport Jazz Festival concert featuring a big band full of Lionel Hampton's alumni. With trombonist Al Grey, Frank Foster on tenor and a screaming trumpet section that boasted Snooky Young, Jimmy Nottingham, Joe Newman and Wallace Davenport, the explosive nature of the music is not too surprising; the climax is provided by guest Illinois Jacquet on "Flying Home." The remainder of this disc contains half of a very effective 1956 session cut in Spain in which the medium-size group includes a castanet player and two songs match Hampton with the great Spanish pianist Tete Monteliu.