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The Coffee and Cigarettes (By Jarmusch) -- Org revaluation of Jon Lord

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A movie and a legend


Even if I watch a surrealistic epic (my favorite) in a desert or sea I wait a cafe act. Pots, glass, sugars, cream, little sweet tables, waiters, other visitors of cafe and music in Europe or USA movies.

Steam from glass and pots, voices of spoon in glasses, hands which on them, voice when glasses are put on the table, conversations in head of table.

By the way I have read The Life of Pi (Yann Martel). It is a surrealistic story which passed in an ocean. We will watch movie of Pi in next a few years. But novel was unsuccessful and I leaved at half. Maybe translation was trouble. What ever let's see how will be movie.

Opening door of cafes, bell, chairs or seats, leaving jacket to free chair, indenting to waiter who wearing overall, servicing, shooting face of players while speaking, drinking maybe smoking, having a look to a newspaper or magazine (Not laptop), maybe book, writing something to papers, looking out there, pushing cigarette.

Or sitting at snack bar of cafe, talking to baristas or someone, friends or someone just have been introduced, looking at brackets.

I have just The Coffee and Cigarettes (2003) movie by Jim Jarmusch.

Jon Lord died today. He brought org to rock music, like other legendary groups (Queen, Pink Floyd). He was the most colorful member of Deep Purple. We will miss him.


I am 32 years old. I am from Turkey, I live in Ă„degreesstanbul. I have graduated from Ankara University journalism school. I have worked as journalist, copy writer and editor since 1996. I am an editor in a news agency now. I like reading economy (more...)
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