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Priority: it's thirty degrees outside
a man stands in a welfare line
poor but proud
his belly growls
food and shelter are on his mind
a supervisor walks up to him
she says sorry we're closed for the day
she offers a rain check
he screams this is bull sh**
he get's a lawyer
and files a lawsuit
he's got nothin' left to lose
and now he's a priority
a bell rings lunch is over
grade school kids head back to class
one particular child
with an upside down smile
leaves campus she never ran so fast
school authorities finally ascertain
one of their own is missing
a mother who doesn't care
Bassoonify pt 1: One of the last things you would probably expect to hear in jazz is the bassoon. Let’s face it, along with a few other double reed instruments, the bassoon is considered orchestral and if you are a die hard orchestral, classical nut then you’d probably be offended hearing a bassoon playing jazz. For those of you not into the classical and orchestral state of mind, hearing a bassoon playing jazz may be at the least, quite interesting
When in Music College, having to learn a new instrument every six weeks and also show that one is proficient enough on it, as fingering is concerned, was the no...
Acid Jazz magazine: Acid Jazz magazine
interview for November issue.Silvia Turrin.
Translated from; Italian to English
Nu metropolitan Jazz
Reaching to the electronics, the city sonorous cacophonies and the immense patrimony soul-jazz of Detroit, the composer and polistrumentista American return with a third album loaded with rhythms experience them. Light and cerebral music that opens new horizons.
Electronic pulsations, city distortion of radio waves natched in the ether, rhythms and then a sweeping avalanche and being involved of atmospheres nu jazz. This, shortly, the musical world mo...