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(@kiipparikalle)

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(@louisamayman)

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Tom just about humouring me

This week blues barber Wade Walton would have been 95 years old. Walton, seen here beating out a rhythm with a razor strop at his shop on Issaquena in Clarksdale, MS, was born in Lombardy, MS in 1923. Walton was an accomplished musician on guitar, harmonica, and uniquely, beating out rhythm with a straight razor on a leather strop. Despite playing in Ike Turner’s band, making recordings in 1960 for Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver and recording a full length album, “Shake ‘em on Down,” on Prestige in 1961, Walton never gave up his life-long career as a barber to pursue music full time. Some of Walton’s more famous hair-cutting clients included Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Ike Turner, Harry Smith and poet Alan Ginsburg. In the 1960’s Walton was a local civil rights leader and charter member of the local chapter of the NAACP, which resulted in his barbershop being bombed. After losing his original barber shop on 4th Street in 1989, Walton moved his operation into a building on Issaquena Ave. in Clarksdale that was once the home of W.C. Handy. Walton continued to cut hair and occasionally play music for music lovers throughout the 1990’s until his death at age 77 in 2000. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________#wadewalton #mississippi #clarksdalems #barbershop #wchandy #mississippiblues #prestigerecords #bluesvillerecords #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #hasselblad500cm #hasselblad #trix400 #blueslegend #guitar #bittersoutherner #blackandwhitefilm #musician #blues #mississippideltablues #billsteberphotography #shakeemondown #chrisstrachwitz #arhoolierecords #pauloliver #leatherstrop #straightrazor

This week blues barber Wade Walton would have been 95 years old. Walton, seen here holding a harmonica at his shop on Issaquena in Clarksdale, MS, was born in Lombardy, MS in 1923. Walton was an accomplished musician on guitar, harmonica, and uniquely, beating out rhythm with a straight razor on a leather strop. Despite playing in Ike Turner’s band, making recordings in 1960 for Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver and recording a full length album, “Shake ‘em on Down,” on Prestige in 1961, Walton never gave up his life-long career as a barber to pursue music full time. Some of Walton’s more famous hair-cutting clients included Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Ike Turner, Harry Smith and poet Alan Ginsburg. In the 1960’s Walton was a local civil rights leader and charter member of the local chapter of the NAACP, which resulted in his barbershop being bombed. After losing his original barber shop on 4th Street in 1989, Walton moved his operation into a building on Issaquena Ave. in Clarksdale that was once the home of W.C. Handy. Walton continued to cut hair and occasionally play music for music lovers throughout the 1990’s until his death at age 77 in 2000. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________#wadewalton #mississippi #clarksdalems #barbershop #wchandy #mississippiblues #prestigerecords #bluesvillerecords #blackandwhite #chrisstrachwitz #arhoolierecords #pauloliver #blackandwhitephotography #hasselblad500cm #hasselblad #trix400 #blueslegend #guitar #bittersoutherner #blackandwhitefilm #musician #blues #mississippideltablues #harmonica #billsteberphotography #shakeemondown

This week blues barber Wade Walton would have been 95 years old. Walton, seen here cutting hair at his shop on Issaquena in Clarksdale, MS, was born in Lombardy, MS in 1923. Walton was an accomplished musician on guitar, harmonica, and uniquely, beating out rhythm with a straight razor on a leather strop. Despite playing in Ike Turner’s band, making recordings in 1960 for Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver and recording a full length album, “Shake ‘em on Down,” on Prestige in 1961, Walton never gave up his life-long career as a barber to pursue music full time. Some of Walton’s more famous hair-cutting clients included Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Ike Turner, Harry Smith and poet Alan Ginsburg. In the 1960’s Walton was a local civil rights leader and charter member of the local chapter of the NAACP, which resulted in his barbershop being bombed. After losing his original barber shop on 4th Street in 1989, Walton moved his operation into a building on Issaquena Ave. in Clarksdale that was once the home of W.C. Handy. Walton continued to cut hair and occasionally play music for music lovers throughout the 1990’s until his death at age 77 in 2000. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________#wadewalton #mississippi #clarksdalems #barbershop #wchandy #mississippiblues #prestigerecords #bluesvillerecords #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #hasselblad500cm #hasselblad #trix400 #blueslegend #guitar #bittersoutherner #blackandwhitefilm #musician #blues #mississippideltablues #billsteberphotography #shakeemondown #haircut #issaquena #chrisstrachwitz #arhoolierecords #pauloliver

This week blues barber Wade Walton would have been 95 years old. Walton, seen here outside his shop on Issaquena in Clarksdale, MS, was born in Lombardy, MS in 1923. Walton was an accomplished musician on guitar, harmonica, and uniquely, beating out rhythm with a straight razor on a leather strop. Despite playing in Ike Turner’s band, making recordings in 1960 for Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver and recording a full length album, “Shake ‘em on Down,” on Prestige in 1961, Walton never gave up his life-long career as a barber to pursue music full time. Some of Walton’s more famous hair-cutting clients included Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Ike Turner, Harry Smith and poet Alan Ginsburg. In the 1960’s Walton was a local civil rights leader and charter member of the local chapter of the NAACP, which resulted in his barbershop being bombed. After losing his original barber shop on 4th Street in 1989, Walton moved his operation into a building on Issaquena Ave. in Clarksdale that was once the home of W.C. Handy. Walton continued to cut hair and occasionally play music for music lovers throughout the 1990’s until his death at age 77 in 2000. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________#wadewalton #mississippi #clarksdalems #barbershop #wchandy #mississippiblues #prestigerecords #bluesvillerecords #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #hasselblad500cm #hasselblad #trix400 #blueslegend #guitar #bittersoutherner #blackandwhitefilm #musician #blues #mississippideltablues #billsteberphotography #shakeemondown #chrisstrachwitz #arhoolierecords #pauloliver

This week is the 72nd birthday of soul blues legend Dorothy Moore. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Moore began her career as a child at Wednesday night talent shows at her hometown’s Alamo Theatre on Farish Street. She competed against adults, but won every time she took part. Farish Street was Jackson’s answer to Beale Street, and the Alamo, built in the early 1940’s, was at the center of the community. The theater was restored in 1997, and Dorothy has lent her talents to numerous fund-raising efforts for the theater and other cultural heritage projects. Moore first recorded as the lead singer of the girl-group “The Poppies”, and later achieved fame at Jackson’s Malaco Records through hits including her signature “Misty Blue,” “Funny How Time Slips Away,” “With Pen In Hand,” and “I Believe You.” She continues to tour internationally, and records for her own Farish Street label. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________#dorothymoore #mississippi #jacksonms #farrishstreet #alamotheater #mississippiblues #malacorecords #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #hasselblad500cm #hasselblad #trix400 #blueslegend #mississippibluestrail #soulblues #bittersoutherner #blackandwhitefilm #musician #blues #mississippideltablues #mistyblue #billsteberphotography #bluesdiva

(@zenit_3m)

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The Pyrenees in Andorra. That contraption at the bottom of the photo is like a roller-coaster, except you're going 400m/1200ft down the side of a mountain at very high speed. I did hear someone screaming all the way down (no-one was harmed in making this picture). . . #mediumformat #120film #120 #filmphotographic #ishootfilm #filmisnotdead #istillshootfilm #120mm #filmphotography #filmphotographer #film #analogphotography #andorra #pyrenees #shootfilmmag #peoplewhoshootfilm #theanalogclub #analogue_lovers #ifyouleave #ilfordfilm #ilfordpanf #ilfordpanf50 #ilfordphoto #redfilter #naturlandia #bnw #bnwphotography #addicted_to_bnw #blackandwhitefilm #blackandwhite Zenza Bronica Bronica SQ Zenza Bronica Zenzanon-S 80mm f2.8 (c) 2018 Bruce Bracken

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Градо-Абаканский храм в честь Равноапостольных Константина и Елены . . Kiev60mlu Mir 38/3.5 . . #120film #120mm #filmisnotdead #filmshoot #filmshooters #bwfilm #fomapan #fomapan400 #kiev60 #mediumformat #mediumformat #пленка #среднийформат #Абакан #хакасия #чбфото #arhitecture #analogue #6x6 #blackandwhitefilm