Thursday Doors ~ 89 Lincoln Avenue, full view


Is it the black doors’ presentation

of double paned glass windows

or those white outlines against

red brick house which stirs

your affection for this

Home Sweet Home?

There may be something I

am missing which you

spy and wish to report

in the personal area.

Shhh-h! I won’t tell

your secret interest

in this property!

Your interest is

so appreciated and

interactions enjoyed

by all, so keep on checking out

doors, You’re on a (door) roll!

Here’s a welcome face and place

which I let you in on, right

from my first discovery

of the Power of Doors

to take over your mind,

expand it exponentially

into the universe,

One Door at

a Time!

Here’s Norm Frampton’s

Choice of Doors this week:

Have a holly, jolly

rest of the week!

🎄 ⛄ * 🌟 * 🌲 🕊

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“This album is more personal to me than any other album I have made,” he says. “A lot of things were changing in my life and that was inspiration for the ideas on the album. It’s the darkest, most melancholic album I have made so far, even if it has lots of brighter moments on it as well.” Neset turns again to the personnel he employed on Pinball, a quintet featuring the UK’s understatedly eloquent Phronesis pianist Ivo Neame and French-based percussionist/ vibraphonist Jim Hart, Neame’s fellow Phronesis drummer Anton Eger and Swedish double bassist Petter Eldh, both of whom Neset studied with at the Copenhagen Rhythmic Music Conservatory, under the inspirational tutelage of Django Bates (an influence very much apparent on the new recording). To this first-rate cast, Neset adds the stellar Benin-born Herbie Hancock/Terence Blanchard guitarist Lionel Loueke who brilliantly adapts his unique African-jazz vocal scat and angular…

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