Thursday, May 31, 2007

Disturbed time perception

I won't give up my English expression, maybe because jazz is an American art and my English is so bloody good :P.
I was watching Jerry Maguire on a Sunday evening in my hometown and laughed again at the scenes with the jazz addict/"child technician" and I must admit I haven't listened to that Miles Davis & John Coltrane album yet, shame on me. It sounded damn' good, I am tantalized.
During these crawling gloomy days I feel "strangely fine", like Semisonic ;). Inspired, secure, powerful.
I dance to Horace Silver's "Song For My Father" which was written in Flora Purim's presence. That fabulous singer has got the most wondrous stories...

6 comments:

Biby Cletus said...

Cool blog, i just randomly surfed in, but it sure was worth my time, will be back

Deep Regards from the other side of the Moon

Biby Cletus

Eliza said...

Well, if blogging is cool, then I am Miles Davis =)).
Thank you so much Biby, you're too kind.

C said...

cred ca am postat din greseala altundeva commentul in care-ti povesteam cum eu de fapt nu-mi mai deschid winampul ci intru pe blogul tau, si il las deschis sa-mi faca el atmosfera

pentru ca va iese asa de bine de fiecare data cand imi merge netul bine:)

<3

Eliza said...

Multzumesc, C.

PERSEPHONE said...

hi. sunt curioasa cu ce optiune ai reusit sa ai pe fundal muzica( sunt noua in materie de blog si chiar m-ar fi interesat cum sa bag muzica si la mine pe blog).10x. nice blog, by the way

Christiansen said...

Ce album ai ascultat? Ca Miles si Coltrane au cantat impreuna in Stockholm prin 1960. Exista o inregistrare LIVE a lor de la vreun concert desfasurat in Suedia prin 1963?