Discussion in 'Bar and Grill' started by glorify, Nov 27, 2010.
Anyone listen to Black Stone Cherry? Good to have a "newer" band keeping it real.
Puscifer is alright. They are kinda weird, I can't sit back and listen to a whole album or anything. But they have a few cool tracks. Pretty crazy they tour with Milla Jovavich.
I like this one:
I have always loved Stan Getz! Most people, mistakenly, dismiss him as a guy who only played Bossa Novas. Now, those recordings have their place and those tunes have been a mainstay for those of us who play casuals and such. That said, Getz had marvelous technique and uptempos were a specialty for him. Though this is an astounding recording based on "Cherokee" changes, and done live, what makes it even more remarkable is that he was only 24 when he did this. Enjoy!
This is kind of a loaded video (yeah, I was drinking a LOT of beer when this was shot!) but even though I was watching this, I AM playing on it, and didn't think you would mind my sharing it here. This is a Jazz Orchestra that I play with, the Missouri Jazz Orchestra (MOJO), a group of players that gather every month to play Music that we love! If any of you are inclined, you can find us on Facebook AND youtube. Yes, your old buddy Saxman is featured on this one.
Incidentally, I would like to see what some of YOU guys are doing with Music. Perhaps a new thread or forum?
I hope you like it!
After listening to that, I feel bad about all the Kenny G jokes! Even bringing up the name must hurt you. Good stuff
Thanks, Oz! Nothing like sitting in the middle of a Big Band, getting my drink on! I am the Jazz equivalent of Maurice Clarett...
...except that I am STILL playing!
I just checked in next to Kenny G a few weeks back at Parc 55 in San Fran. I would have got a pic with him, but posting a pic with me and Kenny on this sight didn't seem like a good idea.
I would have replaced my avatar with it! The comments on this video are funny
HAHA, ah man I was rolling. That is some funny ass shit
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