zahniser99 at gmail.com
Thu May 31 09:27:12 PDT 2012
Screaming? Marek, screaming is what a man does when they dip him in
They are shouting for joy!! It's part of the song, and part of their
act. They are performers.
"Extra-musical noises" is a perception on your part. If you ever saw
them in person,
you /might/ understand.... probably not.
On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 6:56 AM, Marek Boym <marekboym at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What a shame everyone couldn't have experienced live the happy sounds &
>> sights of the FH5+2. How can you resist that back-beat?
> I cannot. But the screaming made me reluctant to listen to the number
> again. I don't care how much fun they had, or their audience, and
> appreciate that a jazz band has to make a living (in their case - most
> were making their living in the Disney studios). A band you remembr
> live is always a nostalgic experience. I judge the band only on the
> merits of its music, where it is not marred by extra-musical noises.
>>>Perhaps that's why non-American listmates like the band less than Americans
>> - we have not seen the Firemen in person, and judge solely based on their
>> music, not nostalgia.
>> Not so much nostalgia, Marek, rather a realization from having seen them
>> perform that theirs was/is a happy music played by happy musicians.
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