Wow! I have never heard anything like this before…there are a lot of great musicians in this world of ours, and when I see something like this I ask myself “Why even continue?!” and think it’s time to hang it up…the bass player is slappin’ all over the place and guitar player not only master’s the traditional plectrum technique, but also shows his mastery over the two-handed technique ala Stanley Jordan… if you have 5 minutes to kill and like jazz-fusion, this is worth a watch and listen…Have a wonderful day!
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Evento que no podemos perdernos. Este año con cartel de muchos quilates.
En la Plaza Mayor a las 22.30 h.
Del cuatro al ocho de agosto la buena música sonará con fuerza en la plaza Major de Sa Pobla. 380 more words
The cheap set of clip on phone lenses I ordered last week have arrived and present some promise for photography on the go.
This week I have chosen some folios that are not so safe for work, mainly because the photographers chose to mix nude images into their folios. 47 more words
The 38th Atlanta Jazz Festival has come and gone leaving many great sounds and sights, for those of us who were there, to cherish. This year my teenage son John, known usually in these posts as “Jazzy John”, joined me on photographer’s row for the first time. 160 more words
Over the last few years the Atlanta Jazz Festival has developed a pattern in its Main Stage lineup scheduling – on Saturday, the younger, less traditional artists are given the spotlight, with a chance to build an audience for their (and by extension, jazz’s) future. 1,262 more words