homerunvintage: Me too #jazz #snoopy
The YOUNG DISCIPLES- Un des groupes le plus influents issu des 90’s. Reconnu underground. Qu’est-ce que vous faites pour vous y mettre si pas encore.
The YOUNG DISCIPLES, spearheads of a soulful sound that influenced a whole bunch of vibes and tribes since the early 90’s. So get yourself together, if not done yet, go and buy their album. You’ll thank me for that, punks.
No comment when it comes to Otis…
It’s the 1st issue of the the rEwArdiNgFriDAymIX on tumblr, and you already have a special edition about salsa. Porque te quiero mucho.
Forenote and picture from keithharing:
“The Keith Haring Foundation scanned the journals featured in Keith Haring: 1978–1982 and will post a page a day for the duration of the show. The exhibition, on view at the Brooklyn Museum from March 16 through July 8, 2012, is the first large-scale presentation to explore the early works of Keith Haring”
The 45 King and Lakim Shabazz - “When a wise man speak” (1989)
Notice Lakim Shabazz is the anagram of Malik Shabazz, the muslim name of Malcolm Little, also known as Malcom X.
You find a Malcolm X Shabazz High School in Newark, New Jersey, if you have not completed your degrees yet.
Skateboard percussions does the trick…
Miles Davis plays Cafe Bohemia, New York City, 1956.
While Kid n’ Play organised block parties with marshmallows and fries for everyone, cops were too busy to catch 50 cent.
Mr Freeze and starfishes…
Not very much into science and all those sorts of things that have to rule with the forces of nature and so on.
Much more of a city kid. Show me how to turn a can of tuna into a proper firering engine, and I’ll be cool with that.
But that… that man, is proper science at it’s best.
A frozen finger of death, or something like that. Man, much better than a Mister Freeze I would say.
Check out the starfishes in this 1.46 mn video, they do think as me!
“I’m a fool to want you”, Chet Baker footage.
Not the best performance, as often with Chet, especially in those years in Europe.
History facts- While Miles asked 10.000$ per show in the late 60’s, Chet fee was 1.000$ per night. Roughly the price of the smack he would get.
By the way, no one knows for sure what happenned the night he fell off the 2nd storey of the Amsterdam building he was staying at.
Consequently ending up a life of dope and music and love, all chained together within Chet’s mind.
Some say he’s been pushed by someone he owed money to -a junky, or a dope dealer-, some say he just fell, probably too stone to notice the window was open.
Chet Baker was a fool to want it.
I happen to buy yesterday in DVD this film I haven’t seen since it’s screening release in 1999.
Jim Jarmusch’s “Ghost Dog, the way of the samurai” is not only a great movie about loyalty. It’s a proper critic of the industry production, foremost independant film makers against the “industry”.
You can for that make a parallel with Luca’s “Star Wars”. Well, I can for sure make a parallel with Lucas.
So did Rza (pictured bellow with Whitaker in “Ghost Dog”) with it’s invasion and destruction of the whole hip-hop industry in the 90’s with the Wu-Tang galaxy.
Have I said too much? or not enough?