Creative Commons

Like a wall (or a door) where many leave some graffiti signs, like anonymous wikipedia or wikiloops’ creative commons, like wordpress or soundcloud: I like projects where unknown talents or famous artists have a chance to establish a creative community.
question-of-taste
above: photo by frizztext, taken in Berlin
below: though we never met, it was possible to join via internet for a virtual jam session: other musicians, from Florida (vocals of Glenn) to Europe (harp of Gernot + bass and accordion by Luzz): they added their talents via wikiloops or soundcloud, enjoy the result:

related:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/radio-days/

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “Creative Commons

  1. I loved it too… art is the most beautiful thing in this world… Thank you, I am listening to your music now… Love, nia

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  2. Hi FrizzText
    One of my friends is dying of cancer and the only time he feels no pain is when he’s playing the organ. I wish there was a way he could join the international group that adds instruments to your arrangements. Then he could be pain free without sitting at his organ.
    Jeanne Poland

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  3. Lovely playing on the guitar je suis seul ce soir. Merry Christmas!

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  4. So much things on this wall and door : From art to political (antifa praha)….but sometimes art is political

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  5. Always enjoy your guitar, Frizz. Happy Christmas.

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  6. Loved Peggy Sue! Your arrangement though reminds me of strolling along cobble stoned streets in Paris for some reason.

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  7. I agree, it’s a good thing. A wonderful holiday season to you! And a creative New Year.

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