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Always Something There

Always Something There is an album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine recorded for the Blue Note label in 1968 and performed by Turrentine with orchestra and strings arranged by Thad Jones. The Allmusic review by Michael Erlewine, awarded the album 2 stars. " Always Something There to Remind Me" - 2:40 "Little Green Apples" - 4:05 "When I Look into Your Eyes" - 2:30 "Light My Fire" - 3:05 "Those Were the Days" - 4:10 "Stoned Soul Picnic" - 4:00 "Home Town" - 4:20 "Song for Bonnie" - 2:30 "Hey Jude" - 5:10 "The Fool on the Hill" - 3:40Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC on October 1, 1968, October 14, 1968, October 28, 1968. Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone Burt Collins - flugelhorn Jimmy Cleveland - trombone Dick Berg, Jim Buffington, Brooks Tillotson - French horn Jerry Dodgion - alto saxophone, clarinet Jerome Richardson - tenor saxophone, flute clarinet Hank Jones, Herbie Hancock - piano Barry Galbraith, Kenny Burrell - guitar Bob Cranshaw - bass, electric bass Mel Lewis, Mickey Roker - drums Thad Jones - trumpet, arranger Overdubbed string section

Agave cupreata

Agave cupreata is a species of plant in the family Asparagaceae, is found only on mountain slopes of the Rio Balsas basin in the Mexican states of Michoacán and Guerrero at elevations of 1,200-1,800 meters. A. cupreata is a long-lived plant with mature leaves reaching between 40–80 cm in length and a flowering stalk of 4–7 m. The age of maturity for A. cupreata is variable, but occurs at any time from 5–15 years. A monocarpic perennial which does not reproduce clonally, A. cupreata allocates its accumulated resources toward the production of a single inflorescence and dies following the production of seeds. Communities in the mountains of Guerrero harvest and make mezcal out of Agave cupreata, known locally as maguey papalote