Riffs 1999
Prince David and Sir Jason
A Venerable Prince Takes A Cab
Lord Buckley Alive
Whack At The Classics
Lord Buckley Powers Ahead
Knockin' That S.O.S.'n Bell
The Lord Returns To Tuolumne
The Lord Jumps The Pond
Prince Henzel Flips The Bugbird
The Candidate And The Eisenberg
Lord Buckley In Grass Valley
His Lordship Makes The Bad Girrls


Published May 1999
Lord Buckley Powers Ahead

M'Lords and M'Ladies, the nobility of the gentility is alive and anticipating a swingin' party riff and a ceremony to swell the ticker into a great cathedral head of beauty, and Your Grace is hereby invited!

A couple of choruses north of Gotham City lies the beautiful Catskill mountains, wherein one will find the sweet pad of a jumpin' radio station called WJFF. Their large love filled charge beams a supremely swirled electronic Lindy Hop throughout the hipest peaks in New York State. On August 7th they are hosting a "Buckley Day" and Open House with celebration and tours of the station, the hydroplant and "Lord Buckley", a 1918 diesel electric generator, (the station's backup - for those times when things get way on out there to Laititude 444 and Longitude 777.)And let me hip thee the guest list really swings: Jazz Master and friend of His Lordship David Amram will be performing his opus "An Ode to Lord Buckley", Grand Prince Oliver Trager, the cat with the hippest quill and ink, will let fly with some delicately embroidered yet most regal comments, and performers Prince Mikhail Horowitz and Count Tom Calagna will fill the air with The Lord of Flip Manor's most elegant semantic units. Filmmaker Michael Monteleone will be screening selected segments of "Amuse of Fire", his documentary about Lord Buckley. Prince Malcolm Brown (the head generator wig), informs us that rumors are also flying about that NPRs Daniel Pinkwater and P.D.Q. Bach alter ego Peter Schickele may make the scene. And this multi-colored, beautifully balanced circus riff will be broadcast live on WJFF from 1:30pm to 4pm.For those of you that need a little more straightening please avail your hipself of the following intelligence reports:

PO Box 797
Jeffersonville, New York 12748
(914) 482-4141
contact: Christine Ahern - wjff@catskill.net

or Malcolm Brown - malbrown@mediaone.net

DIRECTIONS TO JEFFERSONVILLE (Courtesy of His Grace Malcolm Brown)

Here are some particular directions to get to Jeffersonville and our driveway, along with more general directions from our county Chamber, on how to get to our part of the Catskills. The exit numbers on Rte 17 (a.k.a. The Quickway) will be in descending order, and you want to go as far as Exit #100. That's also Rte 52, also Liberty. You want to take Rte 52 going West, follow it through downtown Liberty (it turns left at second stoplight). Follow on Rte 52 for 11 miles, going through small villages on the way. You'll arrive in Jeffersonville, where Rte 52 becomes Main St. You'll see the lake on your left as you enter town. The driveway (to the left, downhill) leads both to WJFF studios and to Jeffersonville Hydro, at the foot of
the dam.This driveway is about 1/4 mi. after you've passed the sign "Jeffersonville" and has a pair of small signs saying "WJFF" and "Jeff Hydro" at the roadside. We'll have balloons at the spot, Lat. 444, Long. 777.If you pass a small farm-market called "Duke's Farm Market" on your left, you've overshot the driveway by about 100 yards.

You can see a map of the county, with Rte 17 running northwesterly
through it, and Exit 100 not far from the middle.