Abstract Fatigue

Edward Dorn-poet

Then there was an interlude in which the brawl before our indented eyes went on. Auto-destruction he breathed and I in that time was suspended   Edward Dorn, poet, from Gunslinger , 1968 . . .you musn’t slap my Gunslinger on the back in such an off hand manner I think the sun, the moon and some of the stars are kept in their tracks by this Person’s equilibrium or at least I sense some effect on the perigee and appogee of … Continue reading

Queen of The Disco

Donna Summer with Jan/ disco days

Donna Summer sings with the Angels– I photographed her live show early in the Disco era for Neil Bogart of Casablanca Records, choreographed by Michael Peters.  Her Love to Love you, Baby was given a Platinum Album Award at this champagne celebration, photo copyright JD-1975.  She would later receive 5 Grammys with back to back hits second only to Madonna.