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Atomic Planes Are Closer Than You Think”

Illustrated by Frank Tinsley

Mechanix Illustrated August 1955

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The Unbearable Whiteness of Librarianship

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"Wild Is the Wind"

Esperanza Spalding

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If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger, There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats: Radio Free Gunslinger #80:A Wail That is Heard Upon the Shore

 A Wail That is Heard Upon the Shore

First Sequence:
Henry Mancini - Fallout!
Stan Kenton & His Orchestra - The Rumble
Skip Martin - Hammer Blow
Irving Joseph - Stool Pigeon
Elmer Bernstein - Smear

Second Sequence:
Shy Limbs - Reputation
Dave Justin - You Outside
Cardboard Orchestra - Yes, I Heard a Little Bird
The Actress - Great Job With Prospects
Tomorrow’s Thoughts - Night is Like Day

Third Sequence:
Annie Ross - Farmer’s Market
Eddie Jefferson - Body and Soul
Thana Alexa - Goodbye, Pork Pie Hat
Bob Dorough - Nothing Like You
Jon Hendricks & Art Blakey’s Jazz Messemgers - Moanin’

Fourth Sequence:
Mantovani - Old Folks at Home
Jerry Lee Lewis - Old Black Joe
Thomas Hampson - Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair
Billy Vaughn - Massa’s in de Cold, Cold Ground
Mavis Staples - Hard Times, Come Again No More

Summation:
Leonard Bernstein - Prelude, Fugue and Riffs
(London Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton-Smith, cond.; 
Richard Stoltzman, soloist)

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"Bobby & Joe"

Hepcat

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Marshall Rogers
Detective Comics #466
I cropped this one and lost the source too! It must’ve been a bad day.

Marshall Rogers

Detective Comics #466

I cropped this one and lost the source too! It must’ve been a bad day.

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"Silent in the Morning"

Phish

Rift

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oldbookillustrations:

Olivia: Well, come again to-morrow; fare thee well.

William Heath Robinson, from Shakespeare’s comedy of Twelfth night : or, What you will, by William Shakespeare, New York, 1908.

(Source: archive.org)

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