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jazzresin
10 March 2013 @ 04:19 pm
greetings...............

I have been evolving and had no time for cyberaktivity,
metamorphosis transmogrification nearly complete..get me.

Share an Aleph song with all though we all no it one the way or oblivion

Dis be it:



gODSPEED
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ROOT
bILL
 
 
 
jazzresin
30 September 2005 @ 05:10 pm
new compositions
&
new keyboardist-Sadeeq
Holmes

 
 
 
jazzresin
28 June 2005 @ 06:55 pm
June 28, 2005 at 8pm in Delmer Loop Market place

Tim Grotrian of Labyrinth productions presents


Sound of Breath

by Mitsu Saito

1.From the darkness of deep mountains*
All Performers
2.Moving through the time*
Summer, Bill and Mitsu
3.Sounds of the city
Bill and Brad
4.Echo in the forest
Brad and Marry
5.As time passes by*
Summer and Mitsu
6.Beginning of the summer*
All Performers
Dance*:
Summer Beasely
http://www.thecitystudio.com/instructors.html
Nicki Tipton-Tallent

Music:
Bradford Smith Native American Flute
http://www.bradfordsmithmusic.com/
Mary Sparks Hammer Dulcimer,
Bill Schafer Sax, Bass
Mitsu Saito Cello http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/micello

Paint: Thomas Sleet

Labyrinth productions:
Producer: Tim Grotrian labyrinth_stl@hotmail.com
Camera, Video Editor: Kristin Zobeck, Chris Rathouz
Technician: Mark Rieke


 
 
 
jazzresin
18 June 2005 @ 03:34 am
I was in tears....


BABS
the Bass of Ana & Bill Schafer

1948 Kay S9 swingmaster

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love
 
 
Current Music: Ab
 
 
 
 
 
jazzresin
06 June 2005 @ 11:54 pm
Jeffrey Eugenides: "The most brilliant epigraph in the history of literature comes at the beginning of Gravity's Rainbow: 'Nature does not know extinction; all it knows is transformation. Everything science has taught me, and continues to teach me, strengthens my belief in the continuity of our spiritual existence after death.Wernher Von Braun.' When I first read those words, as a college freshman, I took them at face valueas scientific proof of the reality of the spiritual realm. I had no idea that Von Braun, developer of the V-2, was Hitler's chief rocket scientist. Still less did I know of his salvation at the hands of American troops, or of his rehabilitation in the United States, where he became Nixon's chief rocket scientist and a member of the NASA team that put the first man on the moon (no wonder Von Braun believed in life after death). Let's appreciate everything this epigraph accomplishes: It stems from, and summons, the historical period Pynchon writes about; it simultaneously inspires and lampoons religious sentiment; and, with savage irony, it comes out of the mouth of someone personifying the novel's central themethat the Powers That Be operate behind the scenes, owing allegiance to no nation or ideology ... Pynchon's estimate, back in 1973, of the path the postwar American imperium would take, only seems more acute, valid, and prescient today that it did at the time."




 
 
 
jazzresin
26 May 2005 @ 01:48 pm



This is the image on the postcard that bill rummaged through his drawers to give me when he declined a photo from me. He was very kind. I told him just as him and kerouac went to see celine that I was there to pay hommage to one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century.....certainly essential in my education. We spoke of Creve Coeur lake, genesis p. orridge, rex morgan and krazy kat cartoons. "Dr. Fingers Schafer, as a nemesis, is long gone" he stated after my pertaining question. The jeweled dagger scimitar...brion gysin artwork on the walls, pill book on his coffee table.... I miss his presence on the earth. The last time I saw him was the Nova Convention Revisted in Lawrence KS. I had played sax outside the show. Blondie, Phillp Glass and others performed. He made an all to brief apperence.

To all you in St. Louis. write back if you want to have a pilgramage/picnic/art performance at WSB's grave in Bellfountaine cemetary in the near future

jazzresin the night before meeting william s. burroughs. (aug.96')
 
 
Current Music: Charlie Parker - Kim
 
 
 
jazzresin
23 May 2005 @ 01:59 pm
foglemans and I met with nathan at the new Shaw's Gallery this morning. A fantastic space...beautiful wood...graceful courtyard. I truly enjoy seeing the evolution and rehabiliatation of st. louis.

Eric Fogleman, Todd Fogleman, and I will be presenting artwork there for the Shaw's Gallery first art show entitled
Works in Progress" which occurs Saturday June 4th 2005.

4065-4069 shaw ave.
st. louis mo 63310
314.664.4041


 
 
 
jazzresin
20 May 2005 @ 10:46 am
Gig tonite at the Third Degree Glass blowing studio.

8:00-10:00 pm free to public.
5200 Delmar
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 367-4527

Other news: Mitsu Saito is on hiatus from the band. We will miss him. Auditions are welcome. Please visit the webpage for further info
Brian Sullivan Trio

 
 
 
jazzresin
20 May 2005 @ 10:40 am

 
 
Current Music: lester young