Bebop Spoken There
Charenee Wade: “…I was maybe 10 or 11, I was listening to 50 year old Sarah Vaughn and trying to sound like her.” – (Jazzwise October 2015).
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis: “Wearing jeans, sweat shirts and sneakers is okay for a bowling alley but is unacceptable on stage or in a club; such an appearance detracts from his talent. Really, what's missing from today's jazzmen is dignity.” – (Crescendo December 1975).
Today Friday October 9
Rendezvous Jazz - Monkseaton Arms, Front St, Monkseaton. 1pm. Free.
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- Ann Alex forwarded me this YouTube clip of Goring based blues band Bigga Blue featuring her friend and, I quote, 'Titan Bluesman' Stu Weetman. Stu also knows Ruth Lambert and says to say 'Hi Ruth' - 'Yes he woke up this morning and said say 'Hi Ruth to Ruth', He said I woke up this morning etc...'
- It's good earthy blues and worth a listen or three.
Monday, December 27, 2010
Another gem from Colin Aitchison with his dad Hughie on trumpet. The vocal on Trouble in Mind is by Ray Jobling, the southpaw bass player with the Bernicia Jazzband who also played in various incarnations of the Panama Jazzmen including the original.
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