[Dixielandjazz] The Melbourne (Australia) Sound
marekboym at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 08:49:03 PST 2013
I have finally found time for this - and I love it!
Between us, Donna and I have quite a lot of the material, especially
the earlier recordings (I have the 1947 Bell's Chech recordings on
LP). Can't check what else we have right now - a lot of the CDs are
at the radio, awaiting the bradcast of a programme on Australian jazz,
shceduled for some date after 18 February.
Among the related videos I've found the name of a Tony Barnard. Is he
in any way related to Bob and Len? His website proudly proclaims
"Three generations of Barnard musicians," but does not substantiate
Is Nicholas Ribush the same person as Dr. Nicholas Ribush of the Lama
On 9 January 2013 00:03, Bill Haesler <bhaesler at bigpond.net.au> wrote:
> Dear Listmates,
> Hot off the press and just uploaded to YouTube, this great program of early Australian jazz may be of interest to a few of you.
> It was prepared by an old friend, pianist Nick Ribush, and includes recordings by musician jazzmates I grew up with in my hometown of Melbourne.
> The hour-long musical session, taken from a DVD, also includes photograhs sourced from the Victorian Jazz Archive so the whole package was a nostalgic trip for me.
> Oz expat, Dr. Nicholas Ribush of the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive in Lincoln MA. USA has done a wonderful job with the musical and photographic compilation:
> Very kind regards,
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