The End Game
Seven steps across the border. From the perspective of the away team and the surviving Druids, Seven is walking unmolested toward the ruins. Walking toward, but never reaching. It’s an optical illusion. A very elaborate one.… Read Full Article
George Edward “Butch” Ballard legendary Philly jazz drummer, celebrating his 89th birthday & performing @ Mozaic in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. Butch performed & recorded with the Duke Ellington, Count Basie & Cootie Williams big bands to name a few.… Read Full Article
House of Dracula 1945 Ultimate Guide Book Lon Chaney Glenn Strange:
June Wilkinson – \ – ORIGINAL BLACK AND WHITE 8×10 Celebrity headshot photo in great condition.
This headshot was submitted by the actor or their agent for consideration in a television or movie role. Each of these photos were pulled from raw agency photo casting boxes, comprised of many actors that never made it.… Read Full Article
“Guitarist Jim Hall is the sort of musician who displays such technical expertise, imaginative conception, and elegance of line and phrase that almost any recording of his is worth hearing. Still, Concierto ranks among the best albums of his superb catalog.… Read Full Article
If you were asked to describe a winner, what would you say?
During the last few months, while speaking for such organizations as IBM, 3M, Merck, State Farm, and the US Army, I’ve been asking my audiences that question. I’ve been asking them to give me the first ten words or phrases that come to mind.… Read Full Article
March 28, 1960 in Düsseldorf, West Germany during Coltrane’s first time in Europe. This band is one of Miles Davis’s first great quintets sans Davis who sat out that night.
Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane
Piano: Wynton Kelly
Bass: Paul Chambers
Drums: Jimmy Cobb
The clip is sourced from the John Coltrane “Jazz Icons” DVD which includes several other performances not publishable on YouTube and extensive liner notes.… Read Full Article