twenty-something, toronto. sometimes i forget i have a blog.
audio. miles davis. it never entered my mind. perfect things.
It Never Entered My Mind by The Miles Davis Quintet from Workin’ with The Miles Davis Quintet (1957, Prestige) album
track #1 anytime, anyplace, this lasts..
Miles Davis, trumpet
John Coltrane, tenor sax.
Red Garland, piano
Paul Chambers, bass
Philly Joe Jones, drums
Recorded in Hackensack, NJ on May 11, 1956
— The Devil’s Mixtape (via ladysaviours)
(via trishisthinkingagain)teenage girls. important things.
"Sometimes, when I’m going home to see her, I think: ‘Nobody should be this happy on a Tuesday.’"
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lauryn hill. audio.
nothing even matters (featuring d’angelo) | lauryn hill
I recommend listening to this song whenever you have the blues.. beautiful love song ..
"The juxtaposition of inequality in this city is really bothersome to me. You have shops selling $5 lattes placed right across the street from buildings full of people who could never dream of spending money in that way."
audio. miles davis. flamenco sketches. bill evans.
I couldn’t sleep last night, so I went back to Kind of Blue to try to empty my mind and help relax - and this track came on first…
I’d always thought of Flamenco Sketches as the rather tedious 10 minute improvised ballad at the end of the album - but on listening again I hadn’t appreciated how incredibly well each of the individual band-members play, and just how the simplicity of Evans’ composition allows for so much spontaneous creativity in the recording itself.