Be There at Five
Excerpt from back cover:
"The cocktail hour is the vine-clad bridge in the day of the active modern. It separates and it connects the two distinct parts of the well-ordered life. It is the hour to gently close the work-day when the world makes its demands upon the person; it opens those hours when the person may make his demands upon the world. It is the bridge into the evening, into relaxation, into the world of intimates, into privacy...The cocktail hour is a time that every zestful modern owes to himself. It is a time for discovery of new moods, of desires, sometimes of new people, an hour to pool the feelings of separate souls. This, then is music for five o'clock until..."
I could not have said it better myself...despite the hint of chauvinism...I see two glasses on that table.