Monday, March 25, 2013

still-sound 157. E.S.P. morning

I've had such a nice morning so far.  I walked Rosie, came back, and put E.S.P. on the record player.  It was recorded in 1965 and features a jazz dream team: Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Ronald Carter and Herbie Hancock.  On the back cover is an "abstract and  impressionistic poem" by Ralph Gleason.  Here are two lines from it:

Little Willie leaps. Bird feathers!

I lit a cone of pinon incense while the record was playing.  I hadn't burned any incense for about a month.  The smell reminds me of last summer.  When the incense burns out, I will go to work.

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