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Eye In The Village

The MASTER VERSION • from – Eye In The Village.com

No One Turns Away From The Camera

Thank you for looking into the eye

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Frank Zappa interview from The Cutting Edge

Here’s all the interview segments from a long canceled TV show called “The Cutting Edge”. Interesting stuff. [via]


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Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey at Kuumbwa Jazz Center

GrooveTV #204 – Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
Recorded live on 2/21/03 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz, California

Audio: Josephson C42 mics (www.josephson.com)
Video: Canon XL1, Canon GL-1 (2), Sony DCR-PC101 w/ Diamond .3x Wide Angle lens (www.royal-lens.com)

An audio recording of this show is available for download from the Live Music Archive.

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey is:
Brian Haas – piano
Jason Smart – drums
Reed Mathis – bass

Songs on this video: Daily Wheatgrass Shots Are Burning a Brand New Pathway Through My Brain, Walking With Giants, Eden Rose, Vernal Equinox, Muppet Babies Get Lost at the State Fair

GrooveTV is made available in VideoCD format for personal use only, which may include trading (via analog or digital tape, CD, or digital file transfer) in accordance with the taping and transfer policies of GrooveTV and the artist(s) on this performance. GrooveTV is not to be sold.

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Still Silver: Diode + Poet Rick Holland featuring Chris James

The second single release from Diode and Rick Holland’s collaborative project featuring the vocals of Stateless front man Chris James. Out on WW Music.



Rick Holland | Diode 

Photographs by Charlie Campbell

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Chet Baker in Short Surreal Film (1963)


“Tromba Fredda” (“Cold Trumpet”) is a 1963 short surrealist film directed by Italian film maker Enzo Nasso.

Chet Baker silently wanders through an Antonioniesque landscape in a Felliniesque state of wonderment as his improvised trumpet solos alternate between earnestly offering the obvious and mocking the artiness of the whole affair.

via Dangerous Minds


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