Katayama Bokuyo, Forest, 1928

Katayama Bokuyo, Forest, 1928

(Source: arsvitaest, via aubreylstallard)

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I’m working on a new playlist called “Tropical Dream Vision” featuring this crazy smooth version of “Baby.”

"Baby" Gal Costa (1983)

Some Matisse doggies I painted.  Maybe I should turn this into a print?
Quick question for ya, what kind of music do dogs dance to?A. Rock & Roll OverA. John Sebastian BarkA. The Rolling Bones

Some Matisse doggies I painted.  Maybe I should turn this into a print?

Quick question for ya, what kind of music do dogs dance to?
A. Rock & Roll Over
A. John Sebastian Bark
A. The Rolling Bones

Wedding Season

Wedding Season

Some art I did for the new James Rabbit album For Ron & Russell Mael. 
Listen here.

Some art I did for the new James Rabbit album For Ron & Russell Mael

Listen here.

As usual, Knopfler sounds absolutely incendiary while sticking to that signature clean, almost dull guitar tone.  Feels like he just plugged in the Fender and went for it, no stress.

Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits (1984)

Águas De Março (1974)

Elis Regina & Antonio Carlos Jobim

In both the Portuguese and English versions of the lyrics, “it” is a stick, a stone, a sliver of glass, a scratch, a cliff, a knot in the wood, a fish, a pin, the end of the road, and many other things. … All these details swirling around the central metaphor of “the waters of March” can give the impression of the passing of daily life and its continual, inevitable progression towards death, just as the rains of March mark the end of a Brazilian summer. (wiki)

Maya Angelou in conversation with Dave Chappelle.