took one bite of my frozen food and it tasted like soap. Then got a call from my father who brought me surprise pizza. Jesus has saved me. (Taken with instagram)
happy birthday mommy (Taken with instagram)
LA weekly collage- my masterpiece. (Taken with instagram)
old peta sticker from taylors stickerstash (Taken with instagram)
sisters (Taken with instagram)
check out this short I did makeup for!! It features Harry Shum Jr. from
“Glee”, Stephen “tWitch” Boss from “so you think you can dance”, and lightsabers.
Thank you jazzpages! “The Jazz Brothers” is such a sweet name. I love that album cover with all the hands hehe
Toe Tappin’ Tuesday: ‘Something Different’, by The Mangione Brothers Sextet
And something different it was!
This is the record that astonished the jazz world when it was released in early 1961 (recorded August 1960). Six unknown, very young men based in Upstate New York played with the fire of youth and the wisdom of veterans. Discovered by Cannonball Adderley for Riverside Records, The Mangione Brothers Sextet was the launching pad for Chuck Mangione, one of the great jazz popularizers (not my cup of tea…), Sal Nistico, who went on to star in Woody Herman’s band; Roy McCurdy, a mainstay of Adderley’s sextet; and Larry Coombs, who became the principal clarinetist of the Chicago Symphony.
The opening piece of the album, ‘Something Different’, is a classic of a strutting, soulful type.
Chuck Mangione - Trumpet
Larry Combs - Alto Saxophone
Sal Nistico - Tenor Saxophone
Gap Mangione - Piano
Bill Saunders - Bass
Roy McCurdy - Drums