This week’s art, yet another New York City streetscene, started out life as a water color and pastel piece that was too sloppy-looking for my tastes after a couple of days of drying, so it got a heavy going-over in ink, and some additional digital tweaking after it was scanned.
This is a look at the Dali Market, on Mahattan’s lower end. We did not stop and go in, so I don’t know if they sold any melting clocks or anything like that.
Our NYC-themed art will continue next week, since I got a bunch of this stuff laying around.
You can click the image to see it bigger.
Meanwhile, Monday on The AIR, this week we bring you a Monday Marathon of DJ Betty Rock and Radio Coolsvielle. That begins at 7 AM.
At 3 PM Herman Linte’s show, Prognosis, now holds court on Mondays. This Herman brings us another great two-hour program of the best prog-rock of the last fifty years. Just check out this playlist and listen at the website, on on the widget below the playlist:
Carl Palmers’ ELP Legacy “Knife Edge”
Adrian Belew “Futurevision”
Camel “Lunar Sea”
Steve Wilson “luminol”
Myriad “Beyond The Realm Pt.2”
The Mighty Bard “I Know”
Circuline “Forbidden Planet”
The Buggles “I Am A Camera”
Renaissance “Camera, Camera”
Gandalf’s Fist “Clouds”
Tiras Buck “What We Were”
Marillion “Sounds That Can’t Be Made (live)”
Each week now, Prognosis will be followed by a classic episode at 5 PM, and then by replays of last week’s Psychedelic Shack at 7 PM, Radio Free Charleston at 8 PM and RFC International at 9 PM. Then at 11 PM we kick it back over to Prognosis, with an eight hour marathon of great progressive rock.
You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…