How long had he been dead for in that shot?
Seemingly he’s had x3 strokes but was supposedly alive although mute…
Paris (in Particular St Germain Des Pres) in the 50’s and 60’s was a hot spot for American Jazz men looking for Liberté , égalité , fraternité
Miles & Juliette Greco
“Our musicians loved that place called Paris, France where they experienced Freedom. Imagine a white person serving you in 1958 in the U.S. Not very likely. Here is one of our great Saxophonists Johnny Hodges in a cafe in Paris in 1958”.
Don Cherry Jardin du Palais Royal, Paris April 28th, 1965
John Coltrane, Paris 1962
Looks like a Coco San power amp
Love the one of Sonny Rollins. Superb!
PC Jack Armstrong?