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Meet the 'dangerous Belgian' who invented the sax

November 6th definitely caught our eye, or is it our ear? It celebrates the fact that 201 years ago, Adolphe Sax was born in Belgium. And that reminded us of Clark Boyd’s appreciation of the “dangerous Belgian” who lent his name to the saxophone, among other musical instruments. 636 more words

People & Inspiration

3 Saxaphone Brass Metal Stampings

Isn’t this a great piece of vintage jewelry?

Name: West to Wes

Genre: Prog Jazz

Armed with a saxophone and a guitar, this duo takes jazz to a level none has ever heard before. 45 more words


Mistranslation: Disposable Poem April 8, 2004 - "Watts up" After Ernie Watts

(For full experience press play on the vimeo video below poem text.)

Watts Up

Somebody better wire
the pigeons before they deliver
their secrets to the wise… 293 more words


Liebster Award, Forkingbelle

After a bit of a blogging, digging and baking break due to a new house, I’ve come back for a gap between the painting  to receive this fab award nomination for newbie bloggers from the lovely  692 more words


My daughter leading the band

My daughter is a senior this year, we have been very busy with so many activities, band being one of them.  She plays the saxophone and loves it. 

My Family

"Changes" by David Bowie

Another fabulous Bowie song.  Many people think that the song is about his penchant for changing his musical style and his appearance. He has had several alter egos over the years.   645 more words