These are two of about eight murals that act as cover for a building that is undergoing renovation. This takes the eyesore out of the construction site. I always thought that all the murals, often seen in groups, were done by one artist. Not so! I think this one had a curator. It’s at Underhill Ave & Lincoln Place in Brooklyn.
Well, the first one says
Charlie Parker. But the second one had no name on it. The artist left it up to us. I think it’s Roy Hargrove. What do you think?
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life story –
notes from tenor sax
shades of blue
For Haiku Horizons :
a hushed crowd
held by the groovy meanderings
of the bass in the quartet
jazz set begins
dVerse Poets Pub a poem using the word “groovy”.
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Tagged #AmWriting, #SpilledInk, #SpilledWords, #Wordsmith, bass player, cherita, jazz, jazz quartet, micropoetry, music, photography, poetry, street art |
waft through autumn sky
soul searching on tenor sax
Daily Haiku Challenge
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cauldron of rhythms
bass, drums, wailing tenor sax –
summer night under the stars
soulful rhythms fill the air
WP Daily Prompt : Cacophony
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Jazz venue on tap
spellbound crowd – aah! Tenor sax!
memories made of this..
For A to Z…letter V
on saxophone from his fire escape
Above and below he’s got
a captive audience