Coexistence (Primary Title) – (85.433) – Virginia Museum of Fine Arts |

Credit Line: Gift of the Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation Exhibition History: From Los Angeles to New York: The Dwan Gallery 1959-1971, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, September 30, 2016 – January 29, 2017 (not lending for reasons of extreme fragility: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, March 5 – June 18, 2017) Robert Rauschenberg: A Retrospective, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, September 19, 1997 – January 11, 1998 Depth and…

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Moanin’ in the Moonlight – Wikipedia

This is the Wiki for Howlin Wolf’s first record. Otis Spann played piano on some of it but Hosea Lee Kennard played on alot of this early stuff too. Ike Turner played piano on one track, “How many more years”. Bet you didn’t know that! Neither did I till I read this wiki. I’ve been listening to this record since I was about 14. A friend brought it over. He had the 1969 reissue, “Evil”.…

Don’t Miss Lurrie Bell – The National Folk Festival, Greensboro NC

Lurrie Bell is one of the last of the few REAL Chicago blues guitarists still touring. His father was Carey Bell who played with Muddy and many other early Chicago Blues greats. Lurrie is doing the same progressions and playing the same notes as all of us blues players….. but it all sounds different (and better) when he does it. The recordings are good but you gotta see him live to really hear what I…

This machine kills fascists – Wikipedia

Woody Guthrie in 1943 with guitar labeled “This machine kills fascists” “This Machine Kills Fascists” is a message that Woody Guthrie placed on his guitar in 1941,[1] which inspired many subsequent artists. Conception Soon after moving into a small fourth-floor walk-up apartment in Manhattan, Guthrie wrote the war song “Talking Hitler‘s Head Off Blues”. This was printed in the Daily Worker newspaper. Then “In a fit of patriotism and faith in the impact of the…

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