Alex Marks strikes again
11 Mar 2013
The Polaroid series continues, with Alex Marks‘s portraits of jazz legends Hamiet Bluiett and Kahil El’Zabar. TRULY THEY ARE LEGENDS. (Once we get the file, be sure to check out Dan’s and my cursory half-hour history of their music on Marfa Public Radio, which will make you a believer.)
Bluiett and El’Zabar were kind enough to make the 7+ hour trek to Marfa to play at the New Growth opening last Friday, which was electric, and quite emotional (for me) (which I still can’t articulate fully, but was tied to how the set reflected and inspired and informed Johnson’s work), and ended with a call-and-response (!), followed by Bluiett and El’Zabar leading everyone to the community dinner (a longer walk than we anticipated).
DOn Friday morning a man slept on the wet sidewalk, one shoe on, one shoe off.
Perhaps the most intriguing results of this election will be in the nitty gritty of how Israeli democracy functions, and how that influences the character of the country.
Buchanan and Williams should fight for the final two spots in the rotation until Billingsley proves he’s ready.
DIVISION 1 NORTH/SOUTH PLAYERS TO WATCH
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