I just got the Stereophile Beethoven piano sonatas and have enjoyed them for the past 2 Sunday mornings.
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Every Sunday morning from 9 am-noon my local jazz public radio station plays a show called "G Strings." It's great, quiet, thoughtful jazz, and I listen with my coffee, NY Times and Wash Post, and messed up hair all morning just as you describe. I just love this couple of hours every Sunday morning, I've heard some great artists on the show like Pat Metheny and Jim Hall and the John Taylor, Rosslyn album.
Sunday morning sex, followed by Sunday morning breakfast (the bigger the better), followed by Sunday morning jazz, then followed by a short Sunday afternoon nap, is better than mere Sunday morning jazz.
Having said that, Sunday morning does seem like a good time for jazz - for some reason lately I've been craving vinyl jazz on Sunday mornings. I have not been craving vinyl sex though...