[Dixielandjazz] Chord Changes For Tunes - Band in a box on line.
jfendrick at bak.rr.com
Wed Jan 12 09:45:14 PST 2005
We were talking the other evening at the break and our trumpet player
was relating his only D in college. It had to a music history class
and he had just gotten off the road with the Elgarts and was studying
Mozart, the trpt. player indicated to the professor that he really
didn't care for Mozart and the prof. retorted that Mozart is like a
fine wine you must acquire a taste for it or something to that effect.
Now, of course, my friend loves Mozart and realizes how immature he
was. Again, who said, that youth is wasted on the young!
On Jan 12, 2005, at 9:30 AM, Steve barbone wrote:
> You are welcome Stan.
> January is when the band takes as much time off, from each other and
> the business of music, as we can in order to recharge. (only 4 gigs
> month) And so I surf the net, post a lot on various chat lists, send
> promos to prospects, find some open mike venues, etc., in an effort to
> expand my mind and keep from getting Alzheimer's.
> Ever mindful of the following advice Ellis Marsalis gave to Branford
> Branford was young and they were discussing musical styles. Young
> felt he had listened to enough music and declared to his dad: "I know
> what I
> Ellis replied: "You don't know what you like, you like what you know.
> order to know what you like, you have to know everything."
> Heavy S---!!!!!!
> on 1/12/05 12:07 PM, Stan Brager at sbrager at socal.rr.com wrote:
>> Thanks, Steve, it will be an excellent resource for beginners as well
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Steve barbone" <barbonestreet at earthlink.net>
>>> List mates:
>>> Came across a neat site that has a piano playing the chord changes
>>> of over
>>> 1000 songs. Also piano + bass. Great site. Could spend weeks on it
>>> if you
>>> are a musician looking for tunes, American Songbook to Bop.
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