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This is a dreamy LP cover.
The passage in “On the Road” where Kerouac describes a set by George Shearing
hits the level of a kind of lyric poetry that is being talked about in some other recent posts and comments on mardecortes. I think ‘Dean Moriarty’ actually looks at Shearing’s stool at the piano, after the set is over, and calls it “God’s empty chair”.
I had forgotten that!
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