Posts Tagged “subject: music”
Driven around on top of a truck, the band were playing songs from Madness. Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: PENTAX MZ-S Focal length: 200mm ISO: 800 Shutter speed: 1/3000s
FRI 8 JULY 1983 / 00:30 – 02:00 / CARROUSEL ZAAL 1: TRUMPET-NO-END: DOC CHEATMAN, WILD BAL, DAVI SON, HARRY EDISON, JON FADDIS, DIZZY GILLESPIE, ACK VAN ROOYEN, CLARK TERRY, WARREN VACHE Camera: PENTAX ME Focal length: 150mm ISO: 1600
Hans Dulfer at the North Sea Jazz Festival – Friday 8 July 1983 (I believe). Maybe nowadays better known as the father of saxophonist Candy Dulfer, but a very good saxophonist and band leader in his own right. Camera: PENTAX ME Focal length: 150mm ISO: 1600
For a while now, France has had a special relation with all things Japanese. For example, years before other countries got interested in anime, it was shown daily on French TV and there were many shops where the Japanese manga were sold as translated manga was not yet heard of; instead people would learn Japanese….
Don Cherry (1936 – 1995) with his trademark Pocket trumpet at the Trumpet-No-End jam-session at the North Sea Jazz Festival – Friday 8 July 1983. Talk about concentration. To the jazz loving people he is best known for his work with Ornette Coleman, but to others he is probably remembered as the stepfather of Neneh…
In this shot: Sun Ra and his Arkestra at the North Sea Jazz Festival – Saturday 17 July 1982. I believe it is John Gilmore on tenor in the background and maybe Eloe Omoe on bass clarinet. May 22, Sun Ra would have turned 100 years old, I bet he’s still leading his Arkestra back…
At the flea market in Arlon. ADOX CHS 100 ART at EI 100, stand developed in APH 09 dilution 1:150 for 2 hours Camera: PENTAX MZ-S ISO: 100
I do like this quote from Charlie Parker that I used as title Camera: PENTAX ME Focal length: 50mm ISO: 400
Walking around the flea market in Arlon, we came across this alto saxophone and, being a big fan of jazz, I couldn’t resist snapping a few shots although the owner looked like he was going to charge me by the photo. 🙂 Kodak TRI-X at EI 400, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 11 minutes….