Gregory Porter

Keep working on your dream and don’t stop. Do it for the music – Gregory Porter [image: FRANCO P TETTAMANTI PICTURES]

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Something New…

6 years ago it was a start of a staggered blog site just waiting to be filled. Now it has a purpose…to reconnect Jazz with it’s first love. I fell in love with a genre that has evolved out of the sorrows of slavery and predated the times of slave ships on the African plains. […]

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River flow….

Some seasons have left me dry with no time for myself or others but in them I’ve learnt the importance of being alone in time with the King…it’s refreshing. The Living Water washing me daily until I am made over.

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Familiarity…

The couple sitting opposite were cold in their familiarity. He sat beside her, gazing at his ink stained paper through his blocked spectacles, it was black. Her glasses were framed with crimson red which gave a tint of youthfulness to the black and greys she chose to clothe herself in. 5 minutes of silence could’ve persuaded […]

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The drunk evangelist…

On the central line on the way home from Westfield shopping centre I encountered a man clutching a can of Stella Artois preaching about Jesus. It wasn’t how he had almost stumbled and lost his balance on the way to his seat which was next to mine (ironically I was praying he wouldn’t sit there). It […]

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2016 in summary…

In short, absence is 2016. I’ve felt overjoyed seeing friends transition from singleness to married life and have been thrown into sorrow with the wave of deaths in Hollywood. I’ve also met some incredible artists in the music world including William Bell, Dobet Gnahore and the Roy Hargrove Quintet, could 2016 be as random as my posts, […]

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