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First Last Day

Well, here we are! Today was my first day of my final undergraduate semester, and I’m excited! So far, I’ve been introduced to the importance of designing cities, and our urban environments in ways that facilitate low energy inputs, a greater connection with the outdoors, and how such a connection affects cognitive development in children. 141 more words

Photo set: Hellride at the Standing Room, Hermosa Beach 1/14/2017

Mike Watt, Stephen Perkins and Peter DiStefano: HELLRIDE! The Standing Room in Hermosa Beach, CA on 1/14/2017 206 more words


Kenny Burrell cocktail.

I’ve been entranced by the guitar stylings of Kenny Burrell at least as far back as the first time I heard his masterpiece Midnight Blue… 69 more words

Claudio Fasoli, Mick Goodrick, Paolino Dalla Porta, Bill Elgart's Cities (1993) RAM Records

In 1993, saxophonist-composer Claudio Fasoli, guitarist Mick Goodrick, bassist Paolino Dalla Porta, and drummer Bill Elgart released Cities on RAM Records. The album was recorded at Studio Barigozzi in Milano, Italy by Giancarlo Barigozzi, produced by Fasoli. 558 more words

Bill Elgart

Donny McCaslin on Collaborating with Bowie on “Blackstar,” and Being Influenced by deadmau5 and Aphex Twin

Change is a common theme in the music of Donny McCaslin. The saxophonist came up in traditional jazz, but he’s long since taken steps that have moved him away from that genre tag. 1,285 more words

Featured Music

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Miles Davis Quintet In Copenhagen (1960)

When Miles Davis undertook a Norman Granz organized tour of Europe during March and April of 1960, his famous ‘first great quintet’ was pretty much a done deal. 948 more words


Aretha Franklin: Soul '69

On January 17, 1969, The Queen Of Soul released her fifth LP for Atlantic. Soul ’69 is a covers album with a misleading title. 375 more words