Category Archives: Music

What a day for a day dream!!

“What a day for a daydream What a day for a daydreamin’ boy And I’m lost in a daydream …” Remember the Lovin’ Spoonful? Hah! Probably not. They recorded “Daydream” in 1966, I was a junior in High School, on the road playing with the Bird Dogs and blissfully enjoying life just like in the…

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Street Music

Walking in Laguna you see cool stuff almost everywhere from awesome ice cream stores, to gift shops, and street musicians. We stumbled across this father-daughter team playing some really mean guitars. They are Tom and Tomi and call their act the TomiTom Show. The riffs played by the girl are actually very, very good. The…

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Music

Saturday I did a quick walkabout in Old Town. Me, my single arm, and my tiny camera. The weather was very nice, temperature in the 50s with cloudy skies…my kind of day.  Lots and lots of people were about. And lots of street vendors and musicians. Quite a variety of music, lots of smiles…lots of photo…

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WSHS Wind Symphony Band

Over the last few days I’ve had a chance to watch and listen to this band in rehearsals and in concert. They are scheduled to play this Friday in the Music For All, National Festival in Indianapolis.  The individual and group focus was intense and their response to subtle directions to improve individual and group…

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WSHS Symphonic Orchestra

I am working on my PS “blending” skills and so used some shots of the Orchestra from earlier this school year. “The Orchestra and their Leader.” The story: intensity, fun, formality…intensity…music. I had access to their practice and dodged bows and sharp looks as I was getting closeups and trying to stay out of the way….

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