MASCARA DE CERA

WARNING : There are people who are born to make music,others are born to hearing.
Whenever was part of this second group .
I'm just an addict ... addicted to music.
Maybe it's a habit, I gotta use, even if it 's rock, jazz or the quiet storm.
This Tumblr contains some of the thousands of images I have collected over time ...

Great pictures of the things I love - music, painting, books, photography, architecture, design, women, and more.
I love music more than lasagna .

THE RESIDENTS is my Biggest Addiction, and MINIMAL COMPACT.
Other musical priorities are:
OLD TIME RELIJUN - ARRINGTON DIONYSO, R. STEVIE MOORE, THE RED KRAYOLA, SHRIMP BOAT, SMEGMA,THE FIBONACCIS, THE SUN CITY GIRLS, LEGENDARY PINK DOTS, FRANK ZAPPA, CAPTAIN BEEFHEART, THE VELVET UNDERGROUND, CAN, FAUST, HENRY FLYNT, THE FEELIES, PERE UBU, THE CLASH, JOY DIVISION, SNAKEFINGER, MILES DAVIS, SUN RA, KRAFTWERK, ANAL MAGIC & REV. DWIGHT FRIZZELL, MICHAEL YONKERS, MOONDOG, THE WORK, RAYMOND SCOTT, SLAPPY, HAPPY, ART BEARS, NAKED CITY, HENRY COW, BONGWATER- MARK KRAMER, SHOCKABILLY, EUGENE CHADBOURNE, ESKIMO. MINIMAL COMPACT, WOVEN HAND,16 HORSEPOWER, DAVID EUGENE EDWARDS, SHELLAC, MINUTEMEN, MISSION OF BURMA, FUGAZI, BLURT, GLAXO BABIES, WEEN, THIS HEAT, THE SEA AND CAKE, SAVAGE REPUBLIC, TUXEDO MOON, XTC, SLINT- PAPA M- DAVID PAJO, LUNGFISH, CHAD VANGAALEN, MAN MAN,THINKING FELLERS UNION LOCAL 282,THE BOOK OF KNOTS THE EX, LOUNGE LIZARDS- JOHN LURIE, ANTON FIER- GOLDEN PALOMINOS, XTC, THE GO-BETWEENS, ROBYN HITHCOCK, MOONFACE, PINBACK,DANIEL SMITH- DANIELSON FAMILE,TOMAHWAK, FANTOMAS, MR. BUNGLE, MIKE PATTON, SUICIDE, STEREOLAB, SPACEMEN 3, CHROME, PRIMUS -LES CLAYPOOL,CHAIN AND THE GANG- IAN SEVENONIOUS- WEIRD WAR- THE MAKE UP, LOWER DENS, SWELL MAPS, SILVER APPES, SWELL, MORPHINE, TELEVISION, HAWKWIND, DEVO, FLYING LIZARDS, RALPH CARNEY, ROBERT WYATT, JOHN WILKES BOOZE, KEVIN COYNE, DAEVID ALLEN, SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM, MX-80 SOUND, DAMIEN JURADO, DAVID DONDERO, LONG FIN KILLIE, CHELSEA WOLFE, PRAM, BEACH HOUSE, THE OLIVIA TREMOR CONTROL, PAVEMENT, PATTI SMITH, FUGS, PEARLS BEFORE SWINE-TOM RAP, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-JOSEPH BYRD, FAMILY, GODZ, BONZO DOG DOO DAH BAND, PENTANGLE, THE INCREDIBLE STRING BAND, SLOVENLY, CHEER- ACCIDENT, BUTHOLE SURFERS, VAMPIRE RODENTS, TARWATER, COIL, THROBBING GRISTLE, ZOOGZ RIFT, STUMP, RENALDO AND LOAF, THE BOOKS, NEW THRILL PARADE, NEW WET KOJAK, DAVID KILGOUR, THE BATS, THE CLEAN, THE PIN GROUP, CRIME CITY SOLUTION, ROWLAND S. HOWARD, TOM WAITS, VIC CHESNUTT, JOE HENRY, ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDO,JON WAYNE,THE, TAPE BEATLES, THE GUN CLUB,THE DENGUE FEVER, THE PAPER CHASE,THE FIERY FURNACES,THE MICROPHONES- PHIL ELVRUM, GARY WAR, RAILROAD JERK, KARL BLACK- SOCK HEADDED PETERS- LEMON KITTENS, THE MUSIC TAPES,THE SHAGGS, BOBB TRIMBLE, ALTERNATIVE TV, FISH AND ROSES, DIABLO SWING ORCHESTRA, POP D`ELL ARTE, MLER IF DADA, TOM ZÉ, WALTER FRANCO, OS MUTANTES, CAETANO VELOSO, MILTON NASCIMENTO, ARNALDO ANTUNES, VINICIUS CANTUARIA, CAZUZA, CEREBRO ELECTRONICO, CORDEL DE FOGO ENCANTADO, ROGERIO SKYLAB, MUNDO LIVRE SA, NAÇÃO ZUMBI, ALÇEU VALENÇA, ANT- BEE, BILL FAY, RON SEXSMITH, EL GUAPO, DAVID GRUBS, TORTOISE, SAM PREKOP, GASTR DEL SOL, HENRY KAISER, HOME & GARDEN, BOB DRAKE, MY DEAD IS DEAD, AKRON FAMILY, SWANS, THESE IMMORTAL SOULS, UNREST WORK & PLAY, THE TAPE BEATLES, SWOLLEN MONKEYS (Ralph Carney), WALL OF VOODOO, LIARS, TIM HUEY, TRACHTENBURG FAMILY, THE TRIFFIDS, THE CRUEL SEA, THE MEKONS,THE METOD ACTORS, THE MISTAKES, THE MOUNTAIN GOATS, THE NEW CREATION, BRUCE HAACK, LOREN MAZZACANE CONNORS, GLEN BRANCA, ALBERT MARCOEUR, LOS ANGELES FREE MUSIC SOCIETY, SHELLEY HIRSCH, NEW YORK GONG, GONG,THE POLYPHONIC SPREE, MODERN LOVERS, LYDIA LUNCH, LOVE, LUCIA PAMELA, SAFETY SCISSORS, RICHARD HELL & VOIDOIDS, SACCHARINE TRUST, ADAM FORKNER of [[[[VVRSSNN]]]]+ YUME BITSU, ROY MONTGOMERY, RUN ON, LOVELY LITTLE GIRLS, SAFETY SCISSORS, BRIDE OF NO NO, TONE DOGS, TREAT HER RIGHT, TRIPOD JIMMIE, LIFTER PULLER,THEY MIGHT BY GIANTS, GANG OF FOUR,THE POP GROUP, ORANGE JUICE, RAIN PARADE,THE RENDERS, SOUL COUGHING- MIKE DOUGHTY, MAZARIN, KARATE - GEOFF FARINA, SECRET STARS, THE CHURCH, BLANK DOGS, FROG EYES, JOAN OF ARC, BLACKOUT BEACH, DIRTY BEACHES, PURE X, MAGIC TRICK -TIN COHEN, CHRIS COHEN, DAVID BAZAN, YUNG WU, WAKE OOLOO, SPEED THE PLOUGH, DRIVE BY TRUCKERS, CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN, U.S, MAPLE, MARTIN NEWELL, ERLAND and The CARNIVAL, CRIPPLED BLACK PHOENIX, CALIFONE, RED RED MEAT, LOW,THE BLACK HEART PROCESSION, THE NOTWIST, QUICKSPACE, THE COMSAT ANGELS, CLOUD CULT, EZRA FURMAN and THE HARPOONS, EFF BARZELAY,GUN OUTFIT, THE DEAD SCIENCE, BORN RUFIANS, FERGUS & GERONIMO, THREE MILE PILOT, LIFE WITHOUT BUILDINGS, MAGIC HOUR, MAJOR STARS, MAPS & ATLASES, MEGAFAUN, MENOMENA,TAME IMPALA, AMPS FOR CHRIST, ARBOURETUM,TRUE WIDOW, NANA GRIZOL,TIMBER TIMBRE,
THE RURAL ALBERTA ADVANTAGE,THE, IMPOSSIBLE SHAPES,THE LOVE EVERYTHING,THE MAE SHI, DEAD SKELETONS,THE SHIPPING NEWS,GIRLS AGAINTS BOYS, LES SAVY FAV, SILKWORM, DIANOGAH, 31 KNOTS, 90 DAY MEN, 17 PYGMIES..
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Ad-Rock, Mike D e MCA em foto de 2007 dos Beastie Boys
Lançado em 1989, o segundo álbum dos Beastie Boys, Paul’s Boutique, é um dos maiores clássicos do trio norte-americano. É por isso que o disco será homenageado na mesma esquina onde sua foto de capa foi tirada, uma esquina do bairro do Brooklyn, em Nova York. 
A responsável pelo projeto será a artista Danielle Mastrion, que começou a pintar sua obra neste sábado (26). O local é a fachada de uma lanchonete chamada Wolfnights, entre as ruas Rivington e Ludlow. Na época do lançamento do CD, há exatos 25 anos, ali estava localizada uma loja de artigos desportivos.
A famosa esquina já foi até cogitada para receber o nome da banda, que perdeu um de seus integrantes, Adam Yauch, em 2012, vítima de um câncer. A iniciativa dos fãs falhou, mas as autoridades de Manhattan liberaram o painel.

Ad-Rock, Mike D e MCA em foto de 2007 dos Beastie Boys

Lançado em 1989, o segundo álbum dos Beastie Boys, Paul’s Boutique, é um dos maiores clássicos do trio norte-americano. É por isso que o disco será homenageado na mesma esquina onde sua foto de capa foi tirada, uma esquina do bairro do Brooklyn, em Nova York. 

A responsável pelo projeto será a artista Danielle Mastrion, que começou a pintar sua obra neste sábado (26). O local é a fachada de uma lanchonete chamada Wolfnights, entre as ruas Rivington e Ludlow. Na época do lançamento do CD, há exatos 25 anos, ali estava localizada uma loja de artigos desportivos.

A famosa esquina já foi até cogitada para receber o nome da banda, que perdeu um de seus integrantes, Adam Yauch, em 2012, vítima de um câncer. A iniciativa dos fãs falhou, mas as autoridades de Manhattan liberaram o painel.

The Antlers. Familiars. Anti-; 2014
“Sad” is a catch-all we use to describe music that turns inward, reflects and exists without concern for how its audience is going to feel about what they hear. It is about expression, relating and both comforting and being comforted. The Antlers’ fifth LP, Familiars, fits neatly in this conversation, which is no surprise considering their most beloved album takes place in a cancer ward and their last LP ended with a song called “Putting the Dog to Sleep.” But, to simply label these nine songs as “sad” is getting stuck in some of the sonic cues (down-tempo rhythms, beautiful whining trumpets from Darby Cicci); the album is ultimately the most cathartic and uplifting that songwriter Peter Silberman has crafted, indicating the demons he has long wrestled with may be tiring, if not nearing defeat. Though the songs may seem to be mourning loss of connection to the past, there is the implication of survival throughout, that being able to lose connection to the past is a privilege afforded to those who make it.—Philip Cosores

The Antlers. Familiars. Anti-; 2014

“Sad” is a catch-all we use to describe music that turns inward, reflects and exists without concern for how its audience is going to feel about what they hear. It is about expression, relating and both comforting and being comforted. The Antlers’ fifth LP, Familiars, fits neatly in this conversation, which is no surprise considering their most beloved album takes place in a cancer ward and their last LP ended with a song called “Putting the Dog to Sleep.” But, to simply label these nine songs as “sad” is getting stuck in some of the sonic cues (down-tempo rhythms, beautiful whining trumpets from Darby Cicci); the album is ultimately the most cathartic and uplifting that songwriter Peter Silberman has crafted, indicating the demons he has long wrestled with may be tiring, if not nearing defeat. Though the songs may seem to be mourning loss of connection to the past, there is the implication of survival throughout, that being able to lose connection to the past is a privilege afforded to those who make it.—Philip Cosores

SBTRKT, ‘Wonder Where We Land’ SBTRKT, Aaron Jerome’s musical project, announced details of the second album this week (July, 2014) to much excitement. Alongside news of a worldwide tour he brought into the world perhaps the greatest album cover of the year so far and the universal desire to own a Ancient Egyptian cat the size of a small hamster.

SBTRKT, ‘Wonder Where We Land’ SBTRKT, Aaron Jerome’s musical project, announced details of the second album this week (July, 2014) to much excitement. Alongside news of a worldwide tour he brought into the world perhaps the greatest album cover of the year so far and the universal desire to own a Ancient Egyptian cat the size of a small hamster.

With glowing reviews for Lost in the Dream pouring in leading up to its release onSecretly Canadian Records today — City Paper’s current cover storyStereogum’srambling prose, Dan DeLuca’s Sunday Inquirer review, Pitchfork’s 8.8 — it was the first one I read about the new War on Drugs record that struck me. Steven Hyden’s gorgeous piece for Grantland broadly paints the new album as the vehicle propelling them into larger and louder rooms, and gets into a personal space with Adam Granduciel that I don’t recall ever seeing. Specifically, it mentions August 2012 as the starting point for the record’s introspective content, which often broods and borders in the darkness, in spite of generally upbeat tunes.

I spent my own August 2012 in darkness, a personal nadir struggling with a divorce and an ugly employment scene in Portland, Ore., after getting laid off from a longtime job. Sunken in depression and anxiety, and frequently questioning my departure from Philadelphia three years prior, I got a pick-me-up from some familiar faces when The War on Drugs rolled through at Portland’s Pickathon festival. (Dr. Dog, who for years rehearsed in the same building the Drugs do now, was also on the bill.) With a colorful fabric canopy breathing above and Mount Hood in the sunny distance, the band’s layered wall of sound at least temporarily washed away the darkness.

1960, Born on this day, Conway Savage, bass, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, (1996 UK No.36 single with PJ Harvey, ‘Henry Lee’).

Died On This Date (July 27, 2001) Leon Wilkeson bass player with Lynyrd Skynyrd was found dead in a hotel room in Florida aged 49.
Leon Wilkeson was an up-and-coming bassist in and around Jacksonville, Florida when he was asked to join Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1972.  Although he didn’t play on the band’s debut album due to his own apprehension, he played with them for the better part of the next 30 years.  With his help, Lynyrd Skynyrd became one of the biggest rock bands of the ’70s. 
In 1977, tragedy struck when the band’s plane crashed killing band members, Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines, and road manager Dean Kilpatrick.  Wilkeson was one of the few passangers who survived.  The band undertandably dissolved by reformed with the surviving members in 1987.  Leon Wilkeson died of emphysema and liver disease on July 27, 2001.
Skynyrd scored the 1974 US No. 8 single, ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and the 1982 UK No.21 single ‘Freebird’.

Died On This Date (July 27, 2001) Leon Wilkeson bass player with Lynyrd Skynyrd was found dead in a hotel room in Florida aged 49.

Leon Wilkeson was an up-and-coming bassist in and around Jacksonville, Florida when he was asked to join Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1972.  Although he didn’t play on the band’s debut album due to his own apprehension, he played with them for the better part of the next 30 years.  With his help, Lynyrd Skynyrd became one of the biggest rock bands of the ’70s. 

In 1977, tragedy struck when the band’s plane crashed killing band members, Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines, and road manager Dean Kilpatrick.  Wilkeson was one of the few passangers who survived.  The band undertandably dissolved by reformed with the surviving members in 1987.  Leon Wilkeson died of emphysema and liver disease on July 27, 2001.

Skynyrd scored the 1974 US No. 8 single, ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and the 1982 UK No.21 single ‘Freebird’.

Carol Kaye é americana, e conhecida como uma das baixista mais prolíficas e amplamente ouvida na história, tendo participado de um número estimado de 10.000 sessões de gravação em uma carreira de 55 anos.

Carol Kaye is an American musician, best known as one of the most prolific and widely heard bass guitarists in history, playing on an estimated 10,000 recording sessions in a 55 year career. 

  

As a session musician, Kaye was the bassist on many Phil Spector and Brian Wilson productions in the 1960s and 1970s.  She played guitar on Ritchie Valens’ “La Bamba” and is credited with the bass tracks on several Simon & Garfunkel hits and many film scores by Quincy Jones and Lalo Schifrin.  Among her most often cited work, Kaye anchored the Beach Boys’ album Pet Sounds. 

Associated acts of Carol Kaye includes The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, The Doors, Ritchie Valens, Frank Sinatra, Nancy Sinatra, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell, Sonny & Cher, Joe Cocker, Barbra Streisand, Ray Charles, Frank Zappa, Ike & Tina Turner, Johnny Mathis, Simon & Garfunkel, The Righteous Brothers, The Marketts, Herb Alpert, The Buckinghams, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys and the Monkees. 

 In 2010, Kaye was the subject of a tribute song on the album July Flame by Portland, Oregon musician Laura Veirs entitled “Carol Kaye” Featuring Jim James of My Morning Jacket the lyrics include many of the more famous song titles that featured Kaye.

mothernaturenetwork: Meet Venus, the cat with 2 faces

Her unusual face has earned her Internet fame. Here’s what’s behind the Venus the chimera cat’s unusual appearance.

Specimen, photographed by Rudi Keuntje

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Robert De Niro at The Roxy Theatre, 1976

Robert De Niro at The Roxy Theatre, 1976

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The Greatest Bassists Of All Time

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msnbc: This Week in Pictures: July 19-25

As the bodies of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 were transferred to the Netherlands this week for identification and repatriation, shock turned to grief and mourning for the 298 people who lost their lives when the aircraft was shot down over eastern Ukraine. Israeli and Palestinian casualties mounted and efforts to instill a ceasefire failed in the third week of intense fighting in Gaza. 

(Photo: Marcel Van Horn/EPA)

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Deep Purple, London, 1968

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