Looking back, I realize how shallow and selfish I was to use her in satisfying my own curiosity, but the universe got me back when I ended up falling hard for a woman who had never so much as used concealer to cover a zit.
These rules are not to be interpreted as rules for feminine lesbians to heed their masculine partners’ every request.
By 1961, Monk had established a more-or-less permanent quartet consisting of Charlie Rouse on tenor saxophone, John Ore (later Larry Gales) on bass, and Frankie Dunlop (later Ben Riley) on drums.
He performed with his own big band at Town Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Monterey Jazz Festival, and the quartet toured Europe in 1961 and Japan in 1964.
However, recently, I started wondering if the masculine vs.
Down Beat wanted to go shorter, and gave me permission at the time to run the verbatim transcript of each interview in Cadence. For an oral history with Alvin Fielder, Sr., link here. My grandmother was a pianist, and my uncle was a clarinetist.
No, David Bowie and Prince were not among those we discussed, but we knew the end was coming for many of the artists we revered.
Life goes on, so let's celebrate those who have passed and enjoy those who continue to carry the torch of invigorating musical arts.
Remember my Sporcle quizzes on the All Star third basemen?
Try your hand at both the National and the American, and feel free to let me know how you did!