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Sundazed Soul

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Michael Pineda doesn’t look like your traditional Yankee now does he? Looks like Bernard King with that big ass. Plus, he sports his cap with a little Fernando Rodney sideways thing. And the Gold chain. Kind of nice to have a fat ass like him around. And even better because he pitched well yesterday.

I enjoyed the game even though the Yanks couldn’t come up with a big hit. They had their chances so it was just one of those things. But the loss didn’t ruin the good feelings about Pineda.

David Phelps gave up a couple of bombs late and the Jays won 4-0.

[Picture by Bags]

Sundazed Soul

 

Kick the Bobo.

[Photo Credit: Gary Land]

Sundazed Soul

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“Spanish Grease” Willie Bobo

[Photo Via: bonne idle]

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Still Diggin’…

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Kick the Bobo.

[Painting by Squeak Carnwath]

Sundazed Soul

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[Photo Credit: Particular Particules]

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[Make a Wish]

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Kick the Bobo.

[Photo Credit: Daniela Nobili]

Saturday Soul

Summer ain’t over just yet. Willie…

[Photo Credit: Oyl in Tokyo]

Saturday Morning Soul

Kick the Bobo:

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Willie Bobo was from Harlem. He made a name for himself playing for Tito Puente and then, in San Francisco, with Cal Tjader and Mongo Santamaria.

Please to enjoy…

01 Grazing In The Grass

01 Spanish Grease

03 It’s Not Unusual

Out in B-R-O-O-K then the Planet

Just a reminder for anyone who is around, I’ll be at the Varsity Letters reading series tonight in Brooklyn.

Jan Larsen Art
63 Pearl St (between Water St. and Front St.), *BROOKLYN*
Right near F train stop at York St.

I’ll be the first speaker, going on around 7:40-7:45. I know there’s a game tonight but if you can make it, love to see ya. If not, don’t stress it, and be sure to put all sorts of mojos on Carl Pavano for me.

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