When you hear him, you get it: His saxophone is too light to feel like a solid substance, but too graspable to be vapor. via Charles Lloyd Revels in the Flow on a Stellar Live Album – The New York Times
Found the health expert…
“Yeah, man, I’m lonely, let me call somebody up,” but to me that’s a weakness. …”
What is so dangerous about a musical instrument? The Catholic religion and the Hitler regime, tried to eliminate its use early when invented. Mr. Sax died penniless.
“Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” What does this mean today? Generally speaking, it means that the government may not jail, fine, or impose civil liability on people or organizations based on what they say or write, except in exceptional circumstances.”