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  1. Larry Coryell R.I.P.

    The one and only time I ever saw him was when he was perhaps with the same group CJ Shearn mentioned. In 2015 he was at the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest with Bombay Jazz, a quartet of Larry Coryell, saxophonist George Brooks, bamboo flutist Ronu Majumdar and tabla player Aditya Kalyanpur. I only saw the last half of their set, but it was very interesting music. May he Rest In Peace.
  2. Bad jazz art.

    For some reason, instead of boogie woogie, this painting makes me think of Pac-Man . . .
  3. What are you listening to right now?

    I gottat say, I kinda like this cover better though
  4. Bad jazz art.

    This image is actually on the Wikipedia page for "Jazz" since it is a 1915 painting by Albert Gleizes titled "Composition pour Jazz" and marks an early use of the word "jazz" It does nothing for me as "art", but it's in the Guggenheim Museum. Better it should hang on their wall than mine, is all I can say.
  5. Bad jazz art.

    I always thought this painting left something to be desired
  6. Album back cover art ....

    and still more pics on the LP sleeve inside --
  7. What are you listening to right now?

    From 1987, with Jack McDuff, Red Holloway, Phil Upchurch, John Clayton and Paul Humphrey.
  8. What are you listening to right now?

    In honor of William "Smokey" Robinson Jr.'s 77th birthday today -- This CD contains these 2 albums from 1969:
  9. Album back cover art ....

    Oh man, I used to love Side One of this album. "I Am What I Am" was a big hit in the dance bars at the time, but I also really loved the track, "Strive". I still have this LP around here somewhere.
  10. Album Covers Featuring Musicians In Costume

    At least I don't think Pat Boone was prone to wearing a leather vest and an earring in real life . . .
  11. What are you listening to right now?

    Live recordings from 1985.