darvinasafo:

John Coltrane & Family

darvinasafo:

John Coltrane & Family

upandcomingart:

Los Carpinteros


James Newton Wind Quintet + koto | @ Pasquales, Malibu, California | September 28, 1980 | John Nunez, bassoon; John Carter, clarinet; James Newton, flute; Red Callendar, tuba; Charles Owens, English horn; Allan Iwohara, koto. I Photo by Mark Weber.
James Newton Wind Quintet + koto | @ Pasquales, Malibu, California | September 28, 1980 | John Nunez, bassoon; John Carter, clarinet; James Newton, flute; Red Callendar, tuba; Charles Owens, English horn; Allan Iwohara, koto. I Photo by Mark Weber.

lowbudgetphotography:

La primera. East LOS

silviakastel:

hanatarash performing and destroying the venue with a bulldozer.

Youssou N’Dour & Le Super Etoile - New Africa

androphilia:

The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

androphilia:

The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

  

kinoaida:

Every Time We Say Goodbye

Keith Jarrett - piano

Charlie Haden - bass

Last Dance / ECM / 2014

verbicide:

Watch Charlie Haden play “Little Man With a Gun In His Hand” with the Minutemen, circa 1984: http://fb.me/1gz493nyA 

verbicide:

Watch Charlie Haden play “Little Man With a Gun In His Hand” with the Minutemen, circa 1984:

  
  

goneril-and-regan:

"Oh Shenandoah"

from Charlie Haden’s Rambling Boy

I wanted to do ‘Oh Shenandoah’ because that’s the town I was born in — as a tribute to my mom and dad for giving me all this music,” Haden says. “I don’t really sing this as a singer, because I’m not a singer. But I wanted to do it for them.

  

conelradstation:

Ornette Coleman, Lonely Woman (The Shape of Jazz to Come, 1959). One of the saddest songs ever put to tape.

Charlie Haden dies at 76; Grammy-winning bassist pushed boundaries of jazz