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DeFgibbon's picture

Thanks Stephen--it's true I won't be 40 for another couple of weeks... Yeesh...
While only around a third of my vinyl is visible above, if I had all the records I've ever purchased in my "few" years, my collection would have to be twice it's current size.
Those speakers are actually original gibbon 8s from around 5-6 years ago, not Super 8s, but I'm glad you liked 'em!

Jeff Wong's picture

I've never heard [i]Cafe de Paris[/i] -- is it good?

Stephen Mejias's picture

>Those speakers are actually original gibbon 8s from around 5-6 years ago, not Super 8s, but I'm glad you liked 'em!

Oops, my bad. Thanks for the correction, John. (I'll make a little edit, cuz that's what us editors do.)

DeFgibbon's picture

Thanks Stephen, I guess. Kinda makes me complain about nothing. Better wierd than wrong, right?
Hey Jeff, Marlene is her usual, smoky self. One part Sarah Vaughn, two parts Bob Dylan. [i]BTW[/i], nice caricatures. I was an illustrator for several years when I first got to NYC. You have a great eye, as evidenced by your picking out a record jacket from an album you've never even heard...

Jeff Wong's picture

Thanks! Wes showed me your 'Year of the Dog' drawing which I liked very much. It was loose, quick, and confident. Seeing such good structure in a fast drawing, it was clear you've got chops. It's not surprising you were an illustrator. I'd like to see more of your work. I was also wondering what's going on in the Vietnamese poster on the wall? Do those 2 people have their backs to a big coffee urn?

Stephen Mejias's picture

>Better wierd than wrong, right?

For those, if any, who read the photo description and choose not to read the comments, we're right on all counts now.

DeFgibbon's picture

Thanks Jeff. The poster has a central standing woman holding a round tray of some sort, with the two workers flanking her diligently making an oil lamp and a tea pot. The caption reads something like, "Work hard and make useful things"
My wife is a Vietnamese American, she got the poster in Hanoi sometime in the 90's.

nunh's picture

I think that those speakers and that vinyl collection are making me want to get and throw on some music :D

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