theres a fella here in Chicago waiting for you whose name is Candy

Begin forwarded message:

From: Judd Morrissey <jmorrissey@saic.edu>
Date: August 2, 2011 2:16:33 PM CDT
To: Rune Peitersen <rune@runepeitersen.com>
Cc: mark jeffery <mjeffe@saic.edu>
Subject: 41.789231, -87.618029 (Hollywood Tailors)

Rune

There’s a fellow love high on the periode aan

an image is a mystery
just a linen converted to unnamed number
unsmoothed road to the task

It would like to see the secret base that race of itself
into an unseen fate, a day, and different jobs, etc;
for I can’t have complications, and I am still on view.
Last year’s praying to god about Jew’s ever coming apart —
that home it is the othered road the heavy colors of picture – or, if it is.

Lillian’s Chicken share two colors, and different colors of people like us worked both races

and night for it

and possibly answered me

just a awful lot of you

and I hope it will learn
to mix

Why your linen. It is too the two of us

just as she can always get an image and is sistery

walking down the block

waiting

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some chicago music

The following musical artists were either born or based in Chicago. Some of the recordings are ripped from old vinyl, thus the crackles and pops.  Enjoy.

The Impressions  We’re a Winner (Curtis Mayfield)

Anita O’Day  Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

Herbie Hancock Water Torture (7″ single edit)

Donny Hathaway The Ghetto (part 2)

Louis X (Farrakhan)  White Man’s Heaven, Black Man’s Hell.  When he was a calypso singer.

Steve Miller Band  Baby’s House

Shadows of Knight I’m Gonna Make You Mine

Impressions  Isle of the Sirens

Minnie Ripperton  Le Fleur

The Dells   Whiter Shade of Pale

The Staple Singers  Low is the Way

The Artistics  Lucky Old Sun

Jackie Wilson  Night (pop version of aria from Sampson and Delilah by Saint Saens)

James Scales  Scagging the Scales (7″ on Verro, early Sun Ra alto player)

Billy Stewart  Sitting in the Park

Eddie Harris  The Thing You Do

Fontella Bass   This Would Make Me Happy (produced by Ike Turner)

Don Jenkins & the Delighters  Elephant Walk

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Howlin’ Wolf   Who’s Been Talking

Lacy Gibson  Wishing Ring (on Sun Ra’s Saturn Records)