USA, 1965, avant-garde jazz
Since my second kid in as many years has left home to start her own adult life, I re-arranged my house and turned one of the kids’ old bedrooms into a listening / gaming / whiskey room. I’ve still got a fuckton of kids at home, but now they have more space. I’ve moved all my precious hobby stuff down here to my sanctuary, and I am happy. This is my living-arrangements point of departure as I enter my middle age, and here I sit with the garden door off my listening room open, enjoying the sunshine and Hill’s Point of Departure with Kenny Dorham, Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Richard Davis, and Anthony Williams.
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And the room is perfect for whatever…
Sometimes the space devoted to listening can gather its own atmosphere, contributing to the experience overall.
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