«Thompson’s painting can be called "visual jazz" only if you adopt H.L. Mencken’s description of jazz as "undifferentiated musical protoplasm" that he dismissed as "crude and childish." On the evidence of the work together with the promotional brochure’s emphasis on Saturnalian excess, one suspects that Thompson’s real interest lay less in any art form than in the boozy, breakneck tempo of the incorrigible life styles of jazz players. As music critic and jazz bassist Terry Teachout observed: "When F. Scott Fitzgerald titled one of his collections of short stories Tales of the Jazz Age, it was the sex life of flappers not the music of Louis Armstrong — about which he knew nothing — that he had in mind." »
Mile Davis e Quincy Troupe.
Miles and me - Quincy Troup
Para terminar a manta de retalhos.
Porque gosto... um género musical um pouco diferente.
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