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Wednesday, April 26th

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Han Bennink (drums, 4/17/1942-), live, Amsterdam, 4/15/17

With Ab Barrs (tenor saxophone), Terrie Ex (guitar)


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With ICP (Instant Composers Pool) Orchestra and friends


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William Klein (1928-), New York, 1950s

Sunday, March 13th

back to church

“My God’s Living Army,” Mt. Zion Baptist Church, McConnells, S.C., 2006


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William Klein (1928-), See Saw Gang, New York, 1955

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Sunday, March 6th

old school

Sensational Gospel Eagles (Greenwood, S.C.), live

 

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William Klein (1928-), 3 Kids + Harmonica, New York, 1955

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Friday, March 4th

sounds of Chicago (and Springfield)

Never underestimate the power of idiosyncrasy.

Daniel Knox, live, Paris, 2015

 

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William Klein (1928-), Brooklyn, 1955

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Friday, May 1st

only rock ‘n’ roll

The Ex, “That’s Not a Virus,” live, France (Annecy), 2015


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William Klein (1928-), 4 Heads, New York, 1955

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Tuesday, March 3rd

never enough

Thelonious Monk Quartet (TM, piano; Charlie Rouse, tenor saxophone; John Ore, bass; Frankie Dunlop, drums), “Nutty,” “Bemsha Swing,” “Epistrophy,” “Crepuscule with Nellie,” “I Mean You,” live (TV show), Netherlands, 1961

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William Klein (1928-), Baseball Cards, New York 1955

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Tuesday, February 24th

Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

—Muhammad Ali

Cecil Taylor Quintet (CT, piano; Harri Sjostrom, soprano saxophone; Tristan Honsinger, cello; Thurman Barker, marimba, percussion; Paul Lovens, drums), live, Germany (Hamburg), 1995

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William Klein (1928-), Blacks + Pepsi (AKA Moves + Pepsi)
Harlem, New York, 1955

Blacks + Pepsi, Harlem, 1955

Monday, February 23rd

More of Daniel K.

Daniel Knox, “Blue Car,” 2014


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William Klein (1928-), Candy Store, Amsterdam Avenue, New York, 1955

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Sunday, February 22nd

back to church

“The Storm Is Passing Over”
Mt. Mary Primitive Baptist Church, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 7/11

 

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William Klein (1928-), Theater Tickets, New York, 1955

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Sunday, February 15th

back to church

Pineville AME Hymn Choir, “Daniel—That Suits Me,” St. Luke Baptist Church, Sharon, South Carolina, 2001


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William Klein (1928-), Pray, Sin, New York, 1954

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