James Moody Dies
Jazz saxophonist James Moody passed away Thursday after a fight with pancreatic cancer. He was 85. Moody is best known for his 1949 hit record, “Moody’s Mood for Love,” which was later recorded by Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison and Amy Winehouse. He’s survived by Linda Moody, his third wife; daughter, Michelle Bagdanove; sons Patrick, Regan and Danny McGowan; brother, Lou Watters; four grandchildren and one great grandson.