"One Last Bridge" was adopted as an "Official Song of Memphis" on May 20, !990 by the Memphis City Council in unanimous resolution. David, an instrumental composer, recorded One Last Bridge on Beale Street at his Beale Broadcast workshop the same year in this rough cut. It was never recorded again because of political motivation involved in a musical selection process by a city government to find a song about Memphis. It was chosen after dozens of songs had been submitted for consideration. That classic "shortnin' bread" blues bottom is what they wanted. http://DavidSaks.Com
Ethics of the Fathers. The Mishnah and Pirkei Avot. Rashi writes: "These sayings are called Pirkei Avot because they are the teachings of the Avot Harishonim - the Early Fathers who received the Torah in succession one from another, from Moses to Joshua and then to the Elders, down to the Men of the Great Assembly, followed by Shammai and Hillel, Rabbi Yohanan ben Zakkai and his disciples, to show us the correct approach of our masters who admonished their respective generations and guided them on the right path, as every Sage ought to admonish the people of his generation and teach them the right way."