[Dixielandjazz] Where did it go?

Harry Callaghan meetmrcallaghan at gmail.com
Thu Jun 17 11:11:23 PDT 2010

Hey Bob, how did this young whipper-snapper get in here?  Don't you have
checking IDs at the door?

I jest of course.  I find it truly rewarding that a chap of his age will
take the time to listen
to all the bickering between us old fogeys and then have the courage to make
his views

See, there is still hope for the youth of the world.


On 6/17/10, dj outrage <djoutrage at freeukisp.co.uk> wrote:
> Well, just thought I'd add my 2 pence...
> I'm 20 years old, and the few people I know that enjoy listening to trad
> jazz do like dancing to it. I have plenty of jazz 78s and love dancing to
> them, as I do to live bands, and more than I enjoy dancing to techno music
> which i listen to a lot of. I don't know if i'm rite here, but i'd say the
> "shut up and enjoy it" type of attitude was more toward cool jazz/bop and
> all that, rarther than tradititional jazz, but as i said before my age
> means I probbably am wrong about this. However I do go to a local jazz
> club and the reactions are more pronounced to swing/trad jazz groups than
> they are to cool jazz/lattin jazz/what ever, and I'm the youngest there,
> so maby the dancing's coming back to ocum?
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