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Did Ornette Coleman really play the violin left-handed? Or is the image reversed?
Could be; but if the image is reversed, I ain't the one what reversed it.
As a hopeless absolute beginner in Jazz, all I can say is that in this series you put all my favourite "cats". Viva Hank Mobley!!!
Thanks for the shout out . . . .
For what it's worth, Wikipedia says he's a lefty on the violin.
Other photos of Ornette Coleman playing the violin available on the Internets, show him playing left-handed.
What a grouping of greats!
Beautiful! Lee Morgan actually appears to (side) winding. Roy Haynes is scandalously dressed down. But my favorite has gotta be Bud Powell.
Miles Davis ist der eleganteste,Bobby Timmons sehr relext.Immer wieder gerne höre ich Pharoah Sanders.
Tom...Thank you so much for this series. These people were my models, my mentors, my teachers. It was a truly remarkable generation of musicians, that post-WWII through the '70s group of players, a school through which an already great art peaked and flourished. These photos capture the way they really were. Positive, intense and vivid.Not just the photos...the people themselves.Thanks again...AG
All I can say is, thanks for posting those great pics.
That picture of Coltrane made a great poster until it was destroyed when the levees broke after Hurricane Katrina.
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