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My brother drove me on the Garden State Parkway to get this really neat shot of a powerplant on a harbor with boats. I didn’t get a great shot of that, but we did find this person driving a Volkswagen. I asked my brother if he thought this guy would mind if I took his picture. And my brother said, I don’t think he has time. With that, I shot it. And then he passed us. Didn’t think the shots were bad for doing a speed of 60 miles per hour. Enjoy, David. haha
Listening to: the air conditioner run
This is an image of one of my Dad’s bands, The Nazz, as they played at Westchester Park Recreation Center in Los Angeles sometime between 1965-1967. My dad, Rich Morrison, is on the far right, singing and playing lead guitar. The guy on the left playing bass is Tom Beal. The drummer is John Melville, and I believe the guy in the middle center is Bob Wallin. Bob Wallin is actually writing a book about my Dad, and I think this image will be in that book. My Dad had asked me to retouch this image. The top is the image as I retouched it and the bottom image was the image as I received it. I’m not the best at retouching, but it does look better. Unfortunately, I do not know who took this photograph, but if anyone does, email me so I can give proper credit.
Streaming Music: “Time of No Reply” by Nick Drake
I love this and wanted to share….found about a 40 foot strip of film rolled tight in a half inch of water in the basement projector room of a burned school where i got some shuteye hitchhiking cross country in 1976. Recognized it as one of my favorite movies and dried and kept it. The roll has been sitting on a shelf on top of a bookend for about fifteen years, and last week I pulled and scanned this frame which includes the sound on the edge.
Listening to: “I shall be Released”, The Band.