Oscar envía por e:mail diariamente a un grupo de amigos dibujos realizados con notable creatividad y destreza. Habitualmente agrega a esa imagen, un muy breve comentario y música que se escucha “clickeando” sobre el enlace destacado en el nombre del tema.
Every day, Oscar e-mails some of his friends and sends over drawings done with remarkable creativity and dexterity. Usually, he adds to those images a brief comment and music that you may listen to by clicking on the tune’s name.
Hice este dibujo pasado mañana / I drew this picture the day after tomorrow
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra Isfahan (1966)
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Herbie Jones, Mercer Ellington (tp) Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (ts) Russell Procope (as) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) John Lamb (b) Sam Woodyard (d). New York, December 19, 1966
George Shearing & Don Thompson Subconcious-Lee (1983)
George Shearing (p) Don Thompson (b). In January 1983, George Shearing and Canadian bassist Don Thompson began a six week engagement at Michael's Pub on East 55th St. in New York. Thompson and Shearing had been working as a duo since June '82 and had developed a strong and trusting musical bond. During this period in early '83, Shearing and Thompson often rehearsed at Shearing's New York apartment, to try things out.
The so-called practice sessions were so lyrically deep that Thompson suggested they record themselves. Shearing agreed, and off they went to a music store to rent four mikes and some pre-amps and to buy four reels of tape. With the gear set up by the apartment's fireplace, Shearing sat at his grand piano and Thompson played his bass. Over the next several days, between pots of tea, they recorded. When the blank tapes ran out, Shearing sent the results off to a record producer. The producer said to add reverb and then send them back for another listen. Shearing grew busy and decided to pass on the extra work. Fortunately they were found by Ellie Shearing, the pianist's widow, and together with Thompson, they co-produced George Shearing at Home (ProperNote). The 14 tracks [released in April 2013 **] feature a wide range of material—from Johnny Mandel's A Time for Love and I Cover the Waterfront to Charlie Parker's Confirmation and Lee Konitz's Subconcious-Lee. [excerpt from Jazz Wax blog by Mark Myers]
Miles Davis Octet: Miles Davis (trp) Bob Berg (ts) Robben Ford (g) Robert Irving IIII, Adam Holzman (keybs) Felton Crews (b) Steve Thornton (perc) Vince Wilburn Jr (drums); special guest Carlos Santana (g). Amnesty International, Giants Stadium, New Jersey, June 15, 1986
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci inventó el tango en 1516, en la residencia papal de Belvedere. Apenado por el joven muchacho que lo había abandonado, Leonardo siempre se refería a esa noche como "La mia notte triste" (Mi noche triste).
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci invented tango in 1516 at Belvedere, the papal residence. Grieving for the young boy who had abandoned him, Leonardo always referred to that night as "La mia notte triste" (My sad night).