“I am not perfect, everybody knows that by now…Sometimes I don’t know quite how to fix what they are concerned about. But I try. And so, I take it seriously, but I don’t any longer, and haven’t for a long time taken it personally. Because part of the attacks… part of the bullying and part of the name calling – and that has certainly become more pervasive – is to crush your spirit and feel inadequate. And I just refused to do that – and that infuriated everyone.” —Hillary Clinton
Walking the shoreline in winter. Following and combing the remainders of the waves for inspiring forms. Searching the empty shells of sea life. Tasting the salt on my lips as the sound of waves rolling up the sand beat a gentle rhythm.
Make me an Angel that flies from Montgomery
Make me a poster of an old rodeo
Just give me one thing that I can hold onto
To believe in this livin’ is just a hard way to go
Love this song and the video enjoy.
There’s not much to be said. Enjoy the poem.
Hadn’t seen this version. An amazing version. Love it much more than the recorded version.
A thing of beauty.
Recorded May 6 1961 by Rudy van Gelder in his Englewood Cliffs Studio,
Dexter Gordon-ts, Freddie Hubbard-trp,
Horace Parlan‑p, George Tucker‑b, Al Harewood‑d
Oh so fine.
Maiden Voyage (1965)
Herbie Hancock — piano
Freddie Hubbard — trumpet
George Coleman — tenor saxophone
Ron Carter — bass
Tony Williams — drums