Head’s Photo Gallery
Click on a picture to see the photographs & listen to the music in each gallery. Check out more of Head’s photos at Nelson Head Photography.
Festival Boliviano 2012. Groups from all over the East Coast come to Manassas, VA every September to celebrate their heritage with a traditional festival. Inkuyo in an album entitled “Land of the Incas” played and sang this “Selection of Tinkus”.
The Restless Wind. Pictures from a trip West in 2012. Gogi Grant sings “The Wayward Wind”.
Ansel Larry’s Things. Pete Seeger and the Weavers sing “Wimoweh”.
One of the beautiful things about the South is the smiling people who inhabit it. Sweet Emma and Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band ask the Lord to remember those smiles in “Do Lord”.
Pepper Place Market in Birmingham is where the cream of the cream of Alabama farmers bring their wares on Saturday mornings. Alabama’s own Allison Moorer sings her “Alabama Song”
There was a gentile wedding at the once fiery Sloss Furnace in Birmingham. The music, “Wildwood Flower”, is played by Keith Whitley & Ricky Scaggs.
Emory University and Hospital in Atlanta in September, 2011. The music is “Sweet Georgia Brown” (why wouldn’t it be?) sung by The Mills Brothers.
Faces in Washington, DC in 2011. The music is “Down by the Riverside” performed by Sweet Emma and Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band which seems appropriate for pictures along the banks of the Potomac.
The farmer’s market on Finley Avenue in Birmingham (July 2011). Tom Adams plays his banjo rendition of “I Saw the Light.”
Head’s mother and Aunt were part of making Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens into a show piece. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 performed by IMusici accompanies the slide show.