[Dixielandjazz] Whattya sow, anyway? Whattya reap? Someday Sweetheart

Judy Eames jude at judyeames.co.uk
Tue Mar 10 02:41:03 PDT 2009

> Tamas said
> And I hope that our singing is not THAT heavily accented today. When we
> made that first recording in 1989 you came across I didn't even speak
> any English. 

> (I visited the US right after that and picked up my English
> then.)
AH so that explains why your English isn't QUITE perfect  :-) For those who don't know Tamas, he now speaks the language better than most of us 

BTW if you haven't heard the band, you've missed a treat.  Their 
festival at the end of the month is small and friendly with a very high 
standard of musicianship.  Tony and I can't go this year as it clashes 
with our only March booking! Those with the expensive US dollars would 
find Hungary very affordable just now and the welcome is always first class.


> PS.: By the way, we just had our 24th anniversary with the Bohém Ragtime
> Jazz Band - I was in high-school when I founded the orchestra. See
> www.bohemragtime.com
> _________________________________________________
> Tamas ITTZES
> violin teacher, ragtime pianist, festival organizer
> Bohem Ragtime Jazz Band
> Kecskemet Jazz Foundation
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> Phone: +36(20)82-447-82
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