Here at Kurt Elling Industries, we are all Daydream believers. Though we must admit to never having been homecoming queens. Wonder what that's like?...
Pull My Daisy Chart
6/4 + 5/4 = 11/4. Any schoolkid could tell you that. But maybe school was a long time ago. Maybe it's nice to have a refresher course. 6/4 + 5/4... how does it work? How does it work?
Man In The Air Chart
The title track, here neatly presented by Laurence for your reading and playing pleasure. Again, this is the real working chart, nothing unnecessary and everything that's needed.
April In Paris Chart
The Seine's algae in full bloom, the stench of fresh poodle-poop absolutely EVERYWHERE, the incessant nee-naw of French police cars in the near distance... who doesn't love April in Paris?
Leaving Again / Wee Small Hours Chart
Don't leave, not again, not, at least, before you've had a look at this chart. Pretty isn't it? See isn't that better? Now stay. I said stay!
Beauty Of All Things Chart
From the album The Messenger, this is the same working chart the band uses, presented in Laurence's own beautiful script.
Never Say Goodbye Chart
From now on, you won't ever have to say goodbye, because you can use these charts over and over, in the comfort of your very own home.
Nature Boy Chart
Sometimes I find it amazing that Laurence's pen doesn't run out of ink, the way he scribbles down that notation.
And We Will Fly Chart
Though we were trying to pull a fast one, right? Because the handwriting is so different? Ladies and gentlemen, please allow us to present the ever-legible and delightful-to-behold notational stylings of Mr. Willie Jones III! (Now we have a race on our hands, right?) And they will fly... off the shelves. Right? Right?
A Prayer For Mr. Davis Chart
Lovingly crafted in its composition, lovingly crafted in its neat notation, this is the working chart from the album The Messenger.
Where I Belong Chart
We all know where this chart belongs: on your music stand, and in your brain, leading to a drifting air, penetrating, suffusing, making all who hear it say to themselves, "Now, this is where I belong."