rexparker:

NOIRVEMBER 25—”The Killers” (1964) (d. Siegel, w/ Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, Ronald Reagan & Clu Gulager) rexparker:

NOIRVEMBER 25—”The Killers” (1964) (d. Siegel, w/ Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, Ronald Reagan & Clu Gulager) rexparker:

NOIRVEMBER 25—”The Killers” (1964) (d. Siegel, w/ Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, Ronald Reagan & Clu Gulager) rexparker:

NOIRVEMBER 25—”The Killers” (1964) (d. Siegel, w/ Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, Ronald Reagan & Clu Gulager)

rexparker:

NOIRVEMBER 25—”The Killers” (1964) (d. Siegel, w/ Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes, Ronald Reagan & Clu Gulager)

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enharmonickey:

Track: Everything happens to me

Artist: Charlie Parker

Album: The Master Takes

This album is a personal standard in the Bebop sub-genre of Jazz. Complements well with a glass of wine. 

Played 64 times.
classicrocklives:

Frank Zappa

classicrocklives:

Frank Zappa

foxesinbreeches:

snowce1910-again:

Odilon Redon, Tree, 1892

bartleby-company:

John Coltrane - Do I love you because you’re beautiful? (by MrOzemanue)

0rpheus:

The Mothers Of Invention - Oh, In The Sky (1968) (by vinylsolution)

There’s a message here…

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shelterfromthenorm:

"Central Park West" by John Coltrane

4:09 for 4/09

Just play this on repeat all day and you will forget about all of your worries.

Played 24 times.

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: April 10, 1956 - The United States patent office issues a patent to Leo Fender for the Stratocaster electric guitar. Designed by Fender, George Fullerton, and Freddie Tavares, the guitar will make its debut in 1954, four years after Fender’s first solid body electric, the Telecaster. The instruments’ simple but elegant design with double cutaways and body contours will capture musicians imagination and will become one of the most popular and emulated guitar designs in history. The original Stratocasters feature an ash body in two color sunburst with a twenty one fret one piece maple neck. By the time Fender receives the patent for the guitar in 1956, the company will offer them with alder bodies. By 1960, they will also offer the guitar in a number of custom colors (though some Strats made prior to this time were made in other colors but were special orders) and with the option of maple necks or ones with slab fingerboards made out of Brazilian rosewood.

pinkprincess17:

Eric Clapton - Let It Grow (by RockkkV2)

simplybek:

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Work Song, live in San Francisco Sept 1966

these guys influenced everyone during those performances in 1966

Bloomfield and Butterfield were in top form and Elvin Bishop has a nice solo right after the organ solo

butterfieldblues

Played 2161 times.