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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Some Days

You feel as though you can do anything, like De La Soul:

And..."Sometimes you have a burrito near your home at your favorite Mexican restaurant and you see this street clock. Your mother also painted a German Shepard bust gold. A hose then is disconnected from the sprayer. Water runs everywhere."

Almost Certain Death, "Time for Masonry"

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

A Moment's Notice

Moment from Peter Jacobson on Vimeo.

Vieo by Peter Jacobson, mix by Nguzunguzu...


Sunday, February 14, 2010

Bed-In for Peas

I was recently in the hospital for a day and a night, and had four meals, but no peas...


Tuesday, February 16th, 3pm - 6pm: Yoko Ono
At 77, Yoko Ono has just released one of her best records, "Between My Head and the Sky," a cosmic and kinetic set of songs featuring Daniel Carter, Yuka Honda, son Sean and others in what looks like a full resurrection of the Plastic Ono Band moniker. In fact, an epic big-band version will be performing a (now sold-out) set at BAM on February 16th with a lineup that will include the boggling collision of Cornelius, Paul Simon, Thurston Moore, Jim Keltner, Haruomi Hosono, Eric Clapton, Kim Gordon and Bette Midler. Tune in that afternoon when Brian gets the exciting opportunity to sit down with Yoko at her studio and delve into the life and mind of one of the great avant-garde figures in conceptual, performance, visual and sound art.

(Bette Midler?)



"Upper Manhattan Medical Group"

Steve Kuhn - Piano
Aldo Romano - Drums
Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen - Bass

Berlin Jazztage (1969)

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Parliamentary Aspirations, Psoriatic Arthropathy

Now that's a fun hospital!

Dennis Potter's "The Singing Detective," 1986