This date followed Calvin Keys' first, Shawn Neeq, by about two years. Hazy, psychedelic, post-bop is the order of the day here as well, but as most soul-jazz collectors will tell you, there's always a chance for some monster funk on a Black Jazz record so, as predictable as these releases may be on the surface, you never really know until you hear them. In this case, the bomb drops at the beginning of Side Two with "Aunt Lovely." While probably a little too 'out there' for most dance floors, "Aunt Lovely" begins like some of the best funky Grant Green of the era. As the track progresses, though, it gets more than a little hectic – especially during Charles Owens' Pharoah Sanders-esque soprano solo. Kirk Lightsey's overdriven and distorted electric piano only serves to add to this tension later.
Fortgeschrittene Photoshop-Fans werden sich über dieses Video-Training freuen. Thema ist die Umsetzung des Bilds „Alone“ – ein authentisches, emotionales Kinderporträt bei Gegenlicht fotografiert. Calvin erklärt die Retusche von A bis Z, wie Sie mit Color Lookup Tables arbeiten, eine tolle Lichtstimmung zaubern und so mit Ihren Bildern eine Geschichte erzählen.
Misha Calvin [real surname Nisic] is a Serbian rock guitarist and songwriter. A native of Yugoslavia, Calvin arrived in London sometime in the mid 80s. He worked with ex-Black Sabbath vocalist Tony Martin and Elegy vocalist Ian Parry, producing the album Evolution, released by Vienna Records in 1993.
This exhibition heralds a series of thematic shows conceived to examine various elements in the history of costume, with selections culled primarily from the Museum's own collections. Thus reaffirming the Museum's commitment to collecting and to the care and display of costume, these installations will offer substantial displays year round as well as an extraordinary opportunity to evaluate and appreciate the evolution of costume over the last three centuries.