Long distance video collaboration with Gianni Bardaro - an awesome Italian saxophonist/composer based in Denmark.
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Live at The Isle of Wight Festival, August 29th 1970.
Miles Davis - Trumpet, Gary Bartz - Tenor and Soprano Sax, Dave Holland - Bass,
Chick Corea - Fender Rhodes, Keith Jarrett - Organ, Jack DeJohnette - Drums & Airto Moreira - Percussion.
This is the concert that got me into Miles Davis music. Specially during his electric period. Like many innovators he was crucified by the critics yet his first album of this genre which we call today as Jazz Fusion named BITCHES BREW remained as the best selling Jazz album of its time. Like one of his album titles….he was MILES AHEAD of everyone.
Republicans with ethical challenges…
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee today will start dialing voters in the districts of six House Republicans who Democrats claim have had “ethical failures.”
The modest campaign will target GOP Reps. Charles Bass (N.H.), Vern Buchanan (Fla.), Stephen Fincher (Tenn.), Frank Guinta (N.H.), David Rivera (Fla.) and Scott Tipton (Colo.). Each robocall is tailored to an ethical dust-up reported in the media, and the Members have all denied wrongdoing. The DCCC, trying to win back the House, presents only its version of the facts in the calls.
Sure, summer’s here, but maybe you don’t like the outdoors. Maybe you burn easily. Still, you can bring a little of the outside in with a “flower” that drops more bass than a lowrider on La Brea — Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 11 subwoofer. Nicknamed the Tulip, its distinct design is optimized for both a fresh look and stunning performance. Audio designers typically add ballast to their room shakers to kill sound-spoiling vibrations. Instead of piling on pounds, B&O set two 6.5-inch drivers across from one another. The sound waves they create push in opposite directions, preventing vibrations from propagating. At just 18 pounds, the 200-watt powered sub is light enough to mount on a wall. It’s also eerily still: Set a cocktail on top and the booze won’t even ripple. But don’t make a habit of it — this flower doesn’t like to be watered.