Ray Charles, 1966.
Ray Charles and Oscar Peterson: Two Giants Together
A man of few notes and a man of many notes, Ray Charles and Oscar Peterson had very different musical careers but they grew from the same embryo: Nat King Cole and the King Cole Trio. On this 1974 Canadian television show, they unite to celebrate their commonality.
"A man of few notes and a man of many notes,"
I really like that.
Lip bites and random hook ups. Coming to a halt with thinking i have an idea on what true freedom is (as a man). I’m writing music, and i’m loving it. The only true romance in my life right now deserves to lay on my guitar’s fretboard and on blank pages.
Well, here is a little bit of what is happening in my life.
The man of the hour.
Discovered the in session performance with Stevie and Albert King. Taking that classic blues we want to the next level. Really grabs the soul in a great way.
Enjoy your day everybody!
Here are a few more pics i had taken. Not album cover ideas just neat little pictures.
Photos by Emilio Bonnell
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Grunbaum on the “mystery of how the mind’s irreducibly subjective character could fit into the objective physical world.”
This one liner made me drop my book for a second and all i could do was ponder on the subject. This is so true and so wrong in many ways. I love the sort of omni directional obtuse approach. Very interesting!
From Jim Holts book: Why Does The World Exist?