Fun Stuff

Downtown Indianapolis 1973
Downtown Indianapolis 1973

Can’t remember why I was in Indianapolis in 1973. I had a few friends who lived there, Kim, Laurice and Jeff, and I visited all of them at some point. Bloomington was about sixty miles to the south and we hardly ever left. I know I saw Hendrix here but that was 1969. As I remember there was a building behind me with mirrored glass and the reflection lit this whole area. I found this photo on my hard dive, one of the last ones to filed away in a folder called “Fun Stuff”. When it comes to files on my computer I am one organized son-of-a-bitch.

I created a page today for my ongoing notebook project. I’ve only posted one of the fifteen I’ve finished. The book format doesn’t work so well on the phone but I’m happy with the way it looks on the desktop. Maybe that will be my next pandemic project.

I took another photo that day in Indianapolis and I used it for the cover of Margaret Explosion’s “Off The Corner.”

"Off The Corner" by Margaret Explosion. Recorded live at the Little Theatre Café on 11.13.13. Peggi Fournier - sax, Ken Frank - bass, Jack Schaefer - bass clarinet, Bob Martin - guitar, Paul Dodd - drums.
“Off The Corner” by Margaret Explosion. Recorded live at the Little Theatre Café on 11.13.13. Peggi Fournier – sax, Ken Frank – bass, Jack Schaefer – bass clarinet, Bob Martin – guitar, Paul Dodd – drums.

Listen to “On The Corner”

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