Dizzy

Roller Coaster of Love

In Art, Graffiti, Groovy, Lou Reed, Murals, Music, Ray Ferrer, Red Hot Chili Peppers on July 9, 2012 at 12:05 am

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The Coney Island Cyclone, NYC

Here’s a groove I’ve been catching. ❤❤❤❤❤ed these guys even when I couldn’t hear. How can you not? The embodiment of Funk: The Red Hot Chili Peppers!

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Civil Rights/Freedom Bus

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Smoking Lady

Ray Ferrer makes very unique custom artwork for people and businesses all over the planet. He will travel ANYWHERE to do a mural. His artwork is inspired by wanting to see things he absolutely loves in a different light.

It’s quintessentially New York City to me. Like Lou Reed. Very Graffiti.

Send Ray an email. Reach out! Email: reinaldoferrer@gmail.com

Coney Island Baby…

Low-key all the way. It’s weird and it’s wonderful, hey? Where I come from it just doesn’t get anymore NYC than that cat…

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Fire Escape

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Jack White

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Care for a smoke?

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  1. You should check out the original version of Rollercoaster of Love, by The Ohio Players! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s3JI_DWvWg

    • Hey. Yeah. The Ohio Players are some pretty, pretty 🔥 Funky stuff. I’ve seen the Midnight Special clip. WAY groovy! The crowd just erupts into an ooze of ❤❤❤❤❤ at the end! Its awesome!

      Used to watch the Wolfman every week as a kid, too.

      Thanks for checking out my blog! 😃

  2. I used to live in the northeast. I wonder if anyone remembers what this means…
    Coney Island Special

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