My life according to jazz.
The Aftermath: Stereolab - cobra and phases group play voltage in the milky night.
(at Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn)
The Aftermath: Eddie Harris -Free Speech. Eddie Harris is the most underrated, under appreciated music genius of his time. He did not just funk jazz he free funked it!! Breaking all sorts of unwritten rules with ingenuity and brass balls! Salut!!
The aftermath: Robin Kenyatta- Girl from Martinique #recordstoreday2014 (at Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn)
The Aftermath: Michael Longo/900 Shares of the Blues #recordstoreday2014 (at Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn)
"Breakfast table behind the back double dig for the score" w/Lady Di (at Melvin’s Juice Box at Miss Lilly’s)
Home is where the music is!! Xoli with Brother Hugh. #southafricanconnection (at A-1 Records, NYC)
Vinyl & 8tracks - Words from Obi Wan (at Flatbush, New York)
Grooves… (at powerHouse Books)
Wake The Neighbors
Heroes + Misfits
Concord Jazz, 2014
Reasons we love New York City… Talent. Just another day waiting for the Q Train
The Nuyorican Poets Cafe
236 East 3rd.
Saturday April 5th, 2014