[Dixielandjazz] The Voice of
rwade1947 at comcast.net
Sat Sep 2 05:07:40 PDT 2006
Whilst you and Tom Wiggins were off to the Red Sea Festival it was a
bit quieter here on DJML. Those who remained stepped up and kept
things interesting but it was quieter nonetheless.
I, for one, was looking forward to accounts of the trip, the
performances, and the general experience of the event from both of
you upon your return. Please don't disappoint us. Take some time to
adjust to being back home and to let all of the experiences sink in,
and then share some of those experiences with us.
Really Old Records
On Sep 2, 2006, at 2:20 AM, Steve Barbone wrote:
>> As I write this I am listening to your CD " To Mack With Love"
>> loudly so the
>> neighbours will get grooving as well. I will be playing several
>> tracks on
>> Sunday night and for many weeks to come on my regular Jazz show
>> called "
>> Jazz Me Blue"
> Fra Mike asks:
> Is your show webcast?,
> No Mike and others it is not. I inadvertently sent that message to
> the DJML
> when it was meant as a contact for someone else. Just a little
> tired from 4
> glorious days in Israel and gigs here on Labor day weekend.
> The program referred to is "The Voice Of The Red Sea" broadcast on
> FM radio
> from Eilat Israel. It was referring to The Ambassadors Of New Orleans
> performance at the Red Sea Jazz Festival. That band was put
> together by Tom
> Wiggins who graciously included list mate Bob Romans and me, along
> with John
> Wilder, Buddy Apfel, James Levi and Paul Grant.
> That merry band of unknowns held court on the main stage (largest
> there) at the festival. Got extensive radio and TV coverage while
> Kicked ass and took names at the concerts and the jam sessions.
> successfully for audience against some very fine internationally known
> modern jazz musicians. Drew a YOUNG AUDIENCE of about 5000 who paid a
> separate venue charge to see them perform and were not disappointed.
> Even had a 300 fan mosh pit in front of the stage at the second
> Hugging and kissing all those girls, but then, you don't want to
> know about
> that show business stuff because music has only suddenly become
> visual and
> many OKOMers don't like that. Besides, you know what Louis
> Armstrong said
> about kissing and The Church doesn't like that, except under certain
> circumstances. :-) VBG.
> What? Give me a break, Italian Opera was visual hundreds of years
> ago. So
> were Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, and before that ODJB and Tom
> Brown's Band
>> From Dixieland as well as Spike Jones and countless others.
> (If anybody does want to know about Eilat and The Red Sea Jazz
> write me off list. It was extraordinary, especially for some of the
> members who had not experienced connecting with young fans before.)
> Steve Barbone
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