Hello I’m Alejandro and I was born in the south of Spain (and I still living in the same place). I’m going to graduate next semester and school is getting harder. I love listening jazz music, photography is my passion and I’m Capricorn ♑ hehe, I’m very interested in Illuminatis and masonry. I love Friday Kahlo, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dalí, also I like tattoos and Netflix
I would like a teenager, but I really don´t mind your age,
In the spirit of current events I decided to wear my floral romper today. It has POCKETS so it’s practical.
I’ve been doing aaaall the things this week. Seriously, I haven’t actually been home with nothing to do any evening. And you know what else, I’ve been riding my bike like crazy! I sort of love it and the weather is great for it right now. On Monday I rode to a community meeting, on Wednesday I went to a women’s only group ride, and this morning I went to the local Bike to Work Day stop (yes I cheated, I don’t care haha). I’m trying to get used to using it as an alternative means of transportation to walking or driving my car. I’m lucky in that Arlington has an extremely robust system of paths and bike lanes so I feel pretty confident in getting around.
However, since I’m also still swimming and running, I noticed all these things were taking a toll on me during my regular run this morning. Tired tired legs. I guess it’s sort of lucky that I forgot my extra sports bra today so I am not going to yoga after work.
Marathon training starts officially THIS Monday so I need to either sort out my priorities or hope my body can handle all the extra stuff (note to self, it probably can’t, calm down and focus). (Except I just emailed the Arlington Masters swim group too. I just really love doing things, okay?)
It’s a sunny Friday, I’m jazzed up on cold brew so I’m feeling really good about life right now. Yay!
Pianist, composer, arranger and musical director (he has worked with artists such as Phoenix, Sébastien Tellier and Frank Ocean), Cristoph Chassol is author of five brililant LP and dozens of original soundtracks: a proof of his talent to compose playful, magnetic and enigmatic sketches, halfway between jazz, contemporary music and pop. He’s also the inventor of the “ultrascore”: compositions that, by combining voice, music, sounds and images of every day life are transformed into new audiovisual objects.
Chassol has prepared a fresh and cinematic playlist, a delicate selection of tracks in which we find from breezy pop, contemporary music, downtempo and latin jazz to punk, new wave, original soundtracks, zouk and electro pop.
Larry Coryell - No One Really Knows Bertrand Burgalat - Spring isn’t fair Al Jarreau - Breakin Away György Ligeti - Musica Ricercata [7/11] Wayne Shorter - Ponta de Areia Buzzcocks - Everybody’s Happy Nowadays The Cure - Another day Ennio Morricone - My Name is Nobody (Terence Hill) - Il Mio Nome E’ Nessuno (1973) - Soundtrack Aquaserge - Si Loin, si Proche Reich - You Are (Variations), Mvt. I JH Marmony - Sun Chassol - Chachadada
Heebie Jeebies: a jazz age horror/halloween playlist
1. Gloomy Sunday - Artie Shaw 2. The Grief That Does Not Speak - L. Pierre 3. Pepper Steak - Alias Conrad Coldwood 4. Me And My Shadow - Robbie Williams 5. Les Yeux Noirs - Django Reinhardt 6. The Headless Horseman - Kay Starr 7. Nightmare - Artie Shaw 8. St.James Infirmary - Duke Ellington 9. Strange Enchantment - Skinnay Ennis, Beth Steele 10. The Skeleton In The Closet - Putney Dandridge 11. Harmonic Avenger - L.Pierre 12. Heebie Jeebies - Louis Armstrong 13. Echo in the Dark - Original St. Louis Crackerjacks 14. The Boogie Man - Todd Rollins 15. Dem Dry Bones - Delta Rythym Boys
this cholo looks like he lives in a classy suburb of new york city and goes to jazz bars every friday night (his favorite is the one next
to his favorite vegan bagel place). he looks like he possibly drives a mercedes benz (a black one of course) and collects wine glasses from the 1950s.