Chico Hamilton

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Jazz drummer Chico Hamilton (r)

Buddy Collette (center) Jim Hall (l)

playing with his band behind an 18-inch sculpture

called “Counterpoints” inspired their own music 1956


© Gordon Parks


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Jazz musician Buddy Collette

is inspired for a fantastic abstraction painting for an artist 1956


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Jazz musician James Hall (L) moving artist Lois Bishop (R)

to make a sculpture with his music 1954


© Gordon Parks


Bill Evans Jim Hall

One of the most inspired and original of all recorded jazz duets,

“Undercurrent,”

1962


© Charles “Chuck” Stewart



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A Legendary Tony Frissel – An underwater view of a woman, wearing a long gown, floating in water.— Photograph by World War II and fashion photographer Toni Frissell at Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida, USA, 1947


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