I’m a Radio, no a Record

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Using a stencil by Seth Apter that’s been sitting in my journal for quite some time, to build a figure from.  The song by Joni Mitchell floated in my head even though he reminds me of a turntable with a record spinning round as his belly. I’m a die hard fan of the women songwriters of the 60’s and early 70’s.  Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Joan Baez,  Lady Re and the like.   Jazz and fusion from the 70’s. Drifting towards blues, down home early 30’s and 40’s blues like Jimmy Reed doing Big Boss Man or Muddy Waters, what couldn’t he sing.  I digress.

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IMG_0475Loading the truck to hit the road by the time you read this, will catch you on the backside.

 

Comments

  1. Looks like you had big fun here! Hugs, Valerie

  2. Carolyn Dube says:

    It is such a magical place when art and music play together!

  3. you can see the spikey haired lady is listening! I can hear those tunes too! we are loading the pod! fun, fun what will we do with all this stuff!

  4. kampysgirl says:

    Great music- great art- what more could a gal want?! xo love the record body

  5. Your talent and Seth’s stencil is magical here, Corrine! Play on! Play on!

  6. Seth’s stencils are great…..and I’m very much with you in the music dept.

  7. When music inspires art the best things arise – such as this gorgeous Corinne styled guy!
    Fabulous Corinne!
    ♥♥♥
    Susi

  8. This just makes me SMILE!!!!!

  9. Such funk and style as always here, it makes me smile too!

  10. I do love those great ladies, too- Corrine,- they had something on heart !!
    And your fellow here is just as open-armed and filled with spirit, as they were back then !!
    Hugs,Dorthe

  11. If you are loading the truck, maybe the song is playing, “Hit the Road, Jack!”
    Traveling mercies for you.

  12. makes me smile … :-)

  13. Another good one…music and art just seem to go together.

  14. Your singer is singing a soulful ballad. Is (s)he setting a trend with the single sunglass(es)?
    It’s a terrific musical artwork – can you imagine it on the front of an LP?

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