Sunday Music

Sunday Music, early

It’s in the middle of the night … not on Heidelberg Street, on the East Side of Detroit … but John SINCLAIR can take us there.

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8 thoughts on “Sunday Music, early

  1. xl says:

    That and the surrounding neighborhoods are a very sad part of Detroit. Abandoned homes and businesses, some burned out. Never recovered from the poverty, riots, and subsequent economic hard times.

  2. Joyce says:

    Detroit isn’t the only city that has that blight. What’s sad is remembering when the neighborhood was a living thing with families living a good life.

  3. I saw pictures of Detroit some months ago, XL, that reminded me of the GDR of 25 years ago.

    It’s kind of “history fast forward”, Joyce, within 100 years, four generations: From the first work plants and big industry, progress and prosperity, a long decline – and the former living areas become empty again. An episode. This once was a city.

    Blues will follow soon, Roses.

    Hello Eryl Shields … ah the bird, tasted a bit burned, sorry.

  4. Leni Qinan says:

    Talking about birds… this weekend i watched Clint Eastwood’s film about Charlie Parker! I come from your Sunday Music/Late edition and I found this jazz recited song by John Sinclair is nice and interesting.
    Thanks for this Sunday Music-double edition! I really liked it!

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