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A great John Coltrane poster! Blue Train was his last "conventional" jazz LP…

John Coltrane Blue Train Jazz Poster 24x34

A great John Coltrane poster! Blue Train was his last "conventional" jazz LP…

©Alec Byrne *Bob Marley* Montcalm Hotel, London, 1975. More fantastic pictures and videos of Bob Marley on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

Bob Marley "Stop Killing One Another" (Unreleased Acoustic Demo

©Alec Byrne *Bob Marley* Montcalm Hotel, London, 1975. More fantastic pictures and videos of Bob Marley on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

Dutch smooth jazz alto saxophonist Candy Dulfer. She began playing drums at age five, and sax at age six www.candydulfer.nl

Dutch smooth jazz alto saxophonist Candy Dulfer. She began playing drums at age five, and sax at age six www.candydulfer.nl

John Coltrane. I believe that's his wife Alice in the background. Alice McLeod was from Detroit and I believe he met her there in the vibrant, integrating Westside jazz scene. Legend has it he played Detroit a lot @ places like the Bluebird and the Minor Key.

John Coltrane. I believe that's his wife Alice in the background. Alice McLeod was from Detroit and I believe he met her there in the vibrant, integrating Westside jazz scene. Legend has it he played Detroit a lot @ places like the Bluebird and the Minor Key.

John Coltrane (Davis in the background) - Imgur

John Coltrane (Davis in the background)

Pipo the Clown from the Netherlands.  Famous Clowns - Bing Afbeeldingen

Pipo the Clown from the Netherlands. Famous Clowns - Bing Afbeeldingen

You have to turn it up so that your chest shakes and the drums get in between your ribs like a heartbeat and the bass goes up your spine and fizzles your brain and all you can do is dance or spin in a circle or just scream along because you know that however this music makes you feel, it’s exactly right. ~ Robin Benway / Photo: Ron Carter

You have to turn it up so that your chest shakes and the drums get in between your ribs like a heartbeat and the bass goes up your spine and fizzles your brain and all you can do is dance or spin in a circle or just scream along because you know that however this music makes you feel, it’s exactly right. ~ Robin Benway / Photo: Ron Carter