You can buy our fourth anthology The High Fidelity Art of Jim Flora and browse the man’s legendary album illustrations between book covers. Or you can attend Jalopy’s similarly named exhibit and be surrounded by four walls of Flora. Those walls will be adorned with vintage LP and 78 covers, proof sheets, and oversized reproductions from our fine art print catalog. The Brooklyn-based club’s exhibit opens Friday June 13 from 6 – 8pm, during which yours truly will be on hand to: 1) sign your copy of The High Fidelity Art; 2) spin Flora-centric music (trad jazz, swing, and hard bop, with a smattering of Third Stream); and 3) chat about Flora. Admission is FREE, and you don’t have to buy a book to attend. Jalopy has a restaurant next door to the club, and the fare is scrumptious.
Jalopy is located in Red Hook, Brooklyn (315 Columbia Street, specifically). It’s not that hard to get to, though locals have a saying, “It takes people in Red Hook two hours to get to Red Hook.” You can find it. It’s a very cool place to hang, and it’s run by a cool couple, Lynette and Geoff Wiley, who recently gave birth to a couple of cool twins.
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