Try Your Wings- Blossom Dearie

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cradled-in-the-braver-half:

aruaL, yadhtrib yppaH

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My first pie!! Inspired by Twin Peaks!

nprfreshair:

I think it’s very important to live in the present. One of the great things that improvising teaches you is the magic of the moment that you’re in … because when you improvise you’re in right now. You’re not in yesterday or tomorrow—you’re right in the moment. Being in that moment really gives you a perspective of life that you never get at any other time as far as learning about your ego… You have to see your unimportance before you can see your importance and your significance to the world.

-Charlie Haden, jazz bass player 1937 - 2014 

In remembrance of Haden we put together some of his best interview moments. He spoke to Terry five times, beginning in 1983. You can listen to the show and read more quotes here

Photo: Charlie Haden, bass, performs at the BIM Huis on May 18, 1989 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. by Frans Schellekens/Redferns

shihlun:

Miles Davis, Black Beauty: Miles Davis at Fillmore West, 1973.

Design: Shuichi Yoshida, Teruhisa Tajima

Photography: Tadayuki Naitoh

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killerbeesting:

Jim Marshall, John Coltrane, Queens, New York, 1963

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"When someone lies on the studio floor and sings at a microphone five feet away, Eno is in the air. When a band records three hours of improvisation and then loops a four-second excerpt of the audiotape and scraps the rest, Eno has a hand on the razor blade. When everybody except for the engineer is told to go home, Eno remains. Behind Eno stand John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, and Erik Satie, but those guys didn’t make pop records."

Sasha Frere-Jones on Brian Eno’s musical career: http://nyr.kr/1qzFAgx

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Playing this at a gig tonight. Love it!

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