[Dixielandjazz] Re: Bill Chase albums?

Hal Vickery hvickery at svs.com
Sat Sep 24 19:03:58 PDT 2005

The Sousaphones remind me of something I swear I saw years ago but nobody
else I know remembers it.  Does anybody remember a band sometime around the
late '60s or early '70s that had a brass section consisting of something
like 8 tubas and/or Sousaphones?  I think the name was something like

Hal Vickery

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[mailto:dixielandjazz-bounces at ml.islandnet.com] On Behalf Of David Richoux
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Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Bill Chase albums?

I bought the first  Chase album when it first came out - nice!

Speaking of getting clobbered over the head with brass - I went to see 
Bonerama last night in San Francisco. 4 trombones, guitar, drums, Matt 
Perrine on Sousaphone and then half way through the first set Kirk 
Joseph (from Dirty Dozen and many other New Orleans groups) showed up 
with HIS Sousaphone!

It was a crazy rest of the night  - and the house was packed with 
mostly 21 to 40 year olds.  Maybe not OKOM for some of you all, but a 
heck of a lot of fine music!

Dave Richoux

On Sep 24, 2005, at 6:28 PM, Bill Haesler wrote:

> Dear Jim (and other interested DJMLers),
> Courtesy of Wikipedia (the free encyclopedia) and my disco files, 
> herewith
> all you need to know about Bill Chase and the 'Chase' LPs.

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