The All-In-One Radio Of The Future ca.1935
The .Gif Friday Post No.337 – Hover Screen, Kitteh Spaghetteh & 1930s Fauxtography
“Where Do We Go From Here?” Real Life Jenga.
Saturday Matinee – The Cowans, Fats Waller, Art Tatum, George Clinton & Leon Redbone
Before you get all humpy like this is just a last minute hodge-podge throw-it-together post for the Saturday Matinee, chill. It’s all good, and it’s all connected in an odd sort of way…
September 2008: Fran & Marlow Cowan played an impromptu recital together in the atrium of the Mayo Clinic. The song is Arthur Clough’s “Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet” from 1910.
Fats Waller‘s “Aint Misbehavin'” (1929) was my introduction to early jazz before I knew who Fats Waller was. 1930s Jazz = Best Jazz in my book.
And then Art Tatum ripped it all apart and completely rebuilt the engine.
Gonna jump a few decades to Miles Davis‘ “Tutu.”
George Clinton‘s Mothership! [via Coldwarrior] One more? Heh. You got it.
Yep, Leon Redbone on Carson, playing “Diddy-Wah-Diddy,” which is somehow apropos for Mardi Gras gris gris gumbo yaya.
Have a great weekend folks, and be back here tomorrow for more fun.