[Dixielandjazz] Loose Marbles
David M Richoux
tubaman at tubatoast.com
Mon May 31 15:03:38 PDT 2010
Marek, and all:
Because I sent my message from my phone the usual header was stripped
- I was the one who just saw them in Sacramento. After I sent the
message I stayed on to hear their full set - it was equally as good as
the first 3 numbers that inspired me to write!
As for exposure - the number of people who go to New Orleans (post
Katrina) has dropped a lot - having the band play in Sacramento for
the first time meant a lot to the group (I chatted with several
members before and after the set.) They don't get to the West Coast
much - they did have some difficulties with the airlines on this trip
- and they were glad to have such an attentive and appreciative
audience. I noticed quite a few other musicians walking by the stage
stopping and then staying for at least several numbers - they are a
band that has a subtle impact, but they "get it!"
On May 31, 2010, at 2:01 PM, Marek Boym wrote:
> While I did not listen at Sac Jazz, but rather on You Tube, using
> links provided by Steve, I too, am glad they were invited to Sacto.
> However, saying "This way others can hear and see them" seems a bit
> exaggerated - they were invited because people heard them!
> Oh, I know you mean the gradually aging festival crowd, but still...
> And yes, they ARE good.
> Cheers (I'm going to pur myself some Chimay red)
> On 31 May 2010 21:08, <JBruno868 at aol.com> wrote:
>> In a message dated 5/31/2010 7:52:53 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
>> marekboym at gmail.com writes:
>> Listening to them right now at Sac Jazz - some great old tunes
>> played just
>>>> right! I don't think anybody in the group is over 30, but they
>>>> have the
>>>> collective soul of a timeless New Orleans Jazz band
>> Larry Wright played with them when he was back East and was touting
>> collective talents and ages. They are really trying to be OKOM. I'm
>> glad to
>> hear that they were invited to Sac. This way others can hear and
>> see them.
>> He would call me on his cells phone so I could listen to the gigs.
>> Not the
>> best way to hear it of course but it was good even over the phone.
>> Jazz Hugs
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