BW: I'll never forget I was at the Playboy Club. I was the musical director at the Playboy Club. FB: Just down in Park Plaza. BW: That's right it's now the Four Seasons. I was there for eleven years. I had the trio in the penthouse and we estimated that we played in eleven years, hold onto your seats... more than 8,000 shows. And reason was that we played, each show was an hour long with a comedian and a singer. FB: Lanna Contrell or somebody? BW: Yeah Lanna Cantrell was an opening one. Teddy King was there, Billy Ekstein came in. I'd have to think about players that we played with, but comics, Billy Crystal, Jay Leno when they were nobodies. I was playing with my trio in the living room which was a casual type thing and I played a tune from a Marks Brothers movie and it's called Alone. It's sung by... FB: Chico sing it? BW: No, it was sung by a tenor or a baritone, probably a tenor. I think it was in one night at the opera and maybe it was sung on stage, they were actually filming on stage. Now, that Marks Brothers movie, when is that, the 30's. FB: Yeah late 30's. BW: Yeah, a bunny runs over to me, absolutely georgous bunny, she probably worked there two nights or something at that time. And she said, oh that's my favorite song. What? A bunny's favorite song? I mean this was still in the rockers, 1966 you know. Downtown maybe was the tune or Up Up and Away in my beautiful baloon or something like that. Chicago, not Chicago but something five, I don't know, Jackson Five. Anyway, she said my family and I, we always used to watch Marks Brother movies. And this song got to her. You don't think, sometimes you think of tunes that people might want to hear and say oh this person is so old, such an age they'll want to hear songs from this era, but it might now follow.