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I'm a foodie, vinyl junkie and DJ, testing the limits of life through random events.
brainkiller:

Guess who’s artwork is on the limited edition bottles for @darkmattercoffee and @threefloyds release for Dark Lord Day??? Allow me to introduce Blackhole Necromancer! Available only at Dark Lord Day! Thanks to @darkmattercoffee for making it happen and thanks @ohlealea for your sweet additions!!! #darklordday #darkmattercoffee #unicornblood #threefloyds #brainkiller #iambrainkilller #streetart #streetartchicago  (at 3 floyds brewpub)

brainkiller:

Guess who’s artwork is on the limited edition bottles for @darkmattercoffee and @threefloyds release for Dark Lord Day??? Allow me to introduce Blackhole Necromancer! Available only at Dark Lord Day! Thanks to @darkmattercoffee for making it happen and thanks @ohlealea for your sweet additions!!! #darklordday #darkmattercoffee #unicornblood #threefloyds #brainkiller #iambrainkilller #streetart #streetartchicago (at 3 floyds brewpub)

#Repost from @bluenoterecords one of my favorites!! #jazz #binyl
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A fresh batch of #BlueNote75 vinyl is out this week including Cannonball Adderley’s enduring classic “Somethin’ Else” featuring Miles Davis is a rare sideman role. See the full list at www.bluenote.com

#Repost from @bluenoterecords one of my favorites!! #jazz #binyl —- A fresh batch of #BlueNote75 vinyl is out this week including Cannonball Adderley’s enduring classic “Somethin’ Else” featuring Miles Davis is a rare sideman role. See the full list at www.bluenote.com

squonk:

Mr. Zappa is finished fuckin with you people…

squonk:

Mr. Zappa is finished fuckin with you people…

The Charlie Parker Quintet

—Parker's Mood

nodelusions916:

Parker’s Mood

The Charlie Parker Quintet

unknown yr. recorded (1947/48)

alto saxophone - Charlie Parker

double bass - Curly Russell

drums Max Roach

piano John lewis

trumpet - Miles Davis

futurephar0ahs:

Don Cherry and Sonny Rollins, Milan, Italy 1963. Photo Credit - Roberto Polillo.

futurephar0ahs:

Don Cherry and Sonny Rollins, Milan, Italy 1963. Photo Credit - Roberto Polillo.

#Repost from @jrocc210 
#LetsDance

#Repost from @jrocc210 #LetsDance

magictransistor:

Automated reading device using microfilms, circa 1935:
"The future of the book has quite a few failed predictions in its wake. From Thomas Edison’s belief that books of the future would be printed on leaves of nickel, to a 1959 prediction that the text of a book would be projected on the ceiling of your home, no one knew for sure what was in store for the printed word.

"The April, 1935 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics included this nifty invention which was to be the next logical step in the world of publishing. Basically a microfilm reader mounted on a large pole, the media device was supposed to let you sit back in your favorite chair while reading your latest tome of choice…” [more]

magictransistor:

Automated reading device using microfilms, circa 1935:

"The future of the book has quite a few failed predictions in its wake. From Thomas Edison’s belief that books of the future would be printed on leaves of nickel, to a 1959 prediction that the text of a book would be projected on the ceiling of your home, no one knew for sure what was in store for the printed word.

"The April, 1935 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics included this nifty invention which was to be the next logical step in the world of publishing. Basically a microfilm reader mounted on a large pole, the media device was supposed to let you sit back in your favorite chair while reading your latest tome of choice…” [more]

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