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Central Park c. 1970. From the NYC Street Series by Paul Goldfinger ©

Central Park c. 1970. From the NYC Street Series by Paul Goldfinger ©  Silver gelatin print.

 

 

JOHN DENVER  “Fly Away” *

 

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5th Avenue in the '70's. August, 2014. By Paul Golfinger from the NYC Street series. © 5th Avenue in the ’70’s. August, 2014. By Paul Goldfinger from the NYC Street series. ©  Click to enlarge this uptown girl.

 

TELLY SAVALAS.    Gordon Jenkins wrote this song in 1964.  Sinatra was inspired to do the album  September of my Years after hearing it.  Others also made early recordings of it including Tony Bennett, Andy Williams, Harry Nilsson, and Nat King Cole.

In this Telly Savalas version of  “This is All I Ask,” listen for the soprano floating above his baritone voice and the flute and oboe towards the finish.  —–PG

“Beautiful girls—walk a little slower when you walk by me.”

 

TELLY SAVALAS

 

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Urban garden By Paul Goldfinger © 2014. From NYC Street Series.

The upper east side.   By Paul Goldfinger © 2014. Click on image to enlarge..   From NYC Street Series.  August, 2014.

 

MAROON 5

 

 

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"Perceptions" By Paul Goldfinger from the New York Street Series. Copyright. Click left for full image

“Perceptions” By Paul Goldfinger from his  New York City Street Series.  Click  for full image.  2012.

 

“But you were a rich girl, and only having fun
Your worn out dresses, brought stares from everyone
Hey, little rich girl where did you go wrong?”

 

 

“Hey Little Rich Girl” by Amy Winehouse. From her 2nd album “Back to Black.” —PG

 

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Fifth Avenue at Central Park. August, 2014. © Paul Goldfinger photo, NYC Street Series . Click to hear the melody better.

 

LEN CARIOU AND THE ZIEGFELD MALE CHORUS (with a wonderful staging of the Irving Berlin song)  from the  London  production of Ziegfeld  (about the Ziegfeld Follies—flapper era review.) Some of you may know Len Cariou from his role as the father in Blue Bloods (CBS)

 

Ziegfeld Folllies. Internet photo. Click to enlarge.

 

Ziegfeld girl. 1920’s. Internet photos (PG did not take this photo)

 

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New York Street Series. By Paul Goldfinger ©

New York Street Series. East Village. 2014.  Sunday morning.     By Paul Goldfinger ©

 

DENISE VAN OUTEN    “Tell Me On a Sunday”

 

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Washington Square Park by Paul Goldfinger © Undated.

Washington Square Park.  By Paul Goldfinger © Undated.

 

ANN DEE.  From the soundtrack of Thoroughly Modern Millie.

 

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Rooftops and Central Park. 2014. By Paul Goldfinger © From the NYC Street Series

Rooftops and Central Park. 2014. By Paul Goldfinger © From the NYC Street Series. Click to enlarge.

 

 

KAREN O. AND EZRA KOENIG    from the motion picture Her

 

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By Moe Demby, Blogfinger staff. April 1, 2014. ©

By Moe Demby, Blogfinger staff. April 1, 2014. © Re-post from 2014.  NYC.

 

The Chelsea Market, which is referred to as an urban food court, is located in Manhattan—- 75 9th Avenue. The market fills two city blocks,  stretching from 9th Avenue to 11th Avenue.

The Chelsea Market is much more then your average food court.  Vendors here sell hand-crafted soups , breads, farm fresh vegetables , seafood , coffee, wine, and every type of meat cut you can imagine. Unique art work adorns the walls of this underground market, and city dwellers punch away on their iPads while munching on a freshly made lobster roll and sampling a glass of Merlot.

Check it out, enjoy people watching, but bring your credit card because nothing is cheap in the Big Apple.

—Moe Demby.

 

PAUL SIMON  from his album Graceland

 

“A man walks down the street

He says why am I soft in the middle now

Why am I soft in the middle

The rest of my life is so hard

I need a photo-opportunity

Na na na na .”

 

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Times Square. May, 2013. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Times Square. May, 2013. By Paul Goldfinger ©  NYC Street Series.   Click for bigger kids.

 

 

“LULLABY OF BROADWAY.”    From the show 42nd Street starring Jerry Orbach.

 

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