- 1.01 Track 1
- 2.Tell It Like It IS
- 3.Almost Like Being In Love
- 4.I Love You Mmore Than You'll Ever Know
- 5.Night And Day
- 6.Return To Forever
- 7.Almost Like Being In Love
- 8.Almost Like Being In Love
- 9.Return To Forever
- 10.Track 2
- 11.Track01.cda (3)52
- 12.04 Almost LikeBein In Love6
- 13.Love u more than you;; ever know
- 14.04 MY FUNNY VALENTINE
- 15.TELL IT LIKE IT IS
- 16.Lazy Afternoon.wpl
- 17.Lazy Afternoon (end)
- 18.Return to Forever
- 20.I Wish You Love
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Hey Annie I moved back to Pittsburgh a year ago! Sat in with the Flow Reggae band and it was fun. I live in East Liberty or Larimer and close to many things. I need to bring some things from Harrisburg ie computer and music work. The gigs in Harrisburg come and go but I usually find out tbe happenings. There always is something here in Pittsburgh and I finally have a day job lol. I played in a jazz variety group 19 yrs and freelanced in Harrisburg from 1984 to 2003. Paid well and rehearsed more on freelancing than the regular group. Some cats have passed and others are getting old. Nice to come back here and see Lou Stellute and Jay Willis playing well. Gotta catch up to you sister.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANNE. Wishing you the best of joy and happiness always.
I apologize for just getting to do this but I enjoyed your your story, your music, your comments, and your spirit. Keep on being who you are, speaking out - making a difference, and being a messenger of the music. In a way, your words about "the jazz loop" were prognostic in that they remind us from where the music has come. Your comments also beckons us that a change is coming, and it will because time brings about alot of changes (that what time does). I believe also that we must seek the future and be looking for it, if we intend to find it. Remember that the rudiments will always be somewhere in the mix. When I listen to some of the young musicians in the high schools and colleges, I'm confident that Jazz will be around and, even moreso, when it is integrated more (body, mind-soul and spirit), or when it dares to go outside of its box, taking the risk to stretch and, perhaps, continuing to add to lessor engaged musical forms, rather than as you stated simply being "stuck in the jazz Loop." Of course, there's also the marriage between Jazz music and the Business of Jazz! Maybe that topic is for another discussion. Thanks again for speaking your mind. God Bless. Bobby Fulton
I´d really appreciate it if you could take the time to look at my work and leave your impressions here or in the guestbook on my homepage -http://www.miartemartagracielabressi.webs.com/- where there are more samples of my digital art works, engravings and sculptures. The web site´s in Spanish but, if you want to read the texts in English, you can access my Livejournal:
You can also visit the website we created with the Belgian jazz musician Dirk Schreurs to make our recent video art collaboration known to the world:
Minds of Glass: ¨All visual compositions perfectly match the soundtrack’s expressive aesthetics in terms of emotional content and artistic strength” (New York/Los Angeles Independent Media Board).
If it doesn't work, simply copy and paste the link on your browser. You'll find new images in the gallery.
P.S.: Unfortunately, I' ve got too many contact on the network to add more.Feel free to add me if you want.
Oh Annie! whats up? You know 60% of the time I took my horns out I did not get to sit in ! In my home town everyone is doing their own thing and not many have jams anymore and I know most of the artists. I go to Baltimore and have a drummer friend I grew up with based there and still I think he does not realize how to treat a guest with 7 THOUSAND BUCKS WORTH OF HORNS! Dr. Harrison, Dwayne Dolphin, Jessica Lee, NO PROBLEM! I still want you to look at my charts and maybe we could work on some with you playing bass on keyboard but my main man Dan Wasson hopefully will be available. Just newer tunes not many play I transcribed over 20 yrs . I got around to adding changes when someone gave me a 'rhodes' sounding keyboard and remembered I used to play bass so it was a great ear training time.- thanx -kev p.s. have a nice holiday season!
I hope you like the constructive and empathetic feedback you are getting from some of the members and realize you are not alone. That's what this network is all about. Thanks for reaching out.
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