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Another Quiet One

Jam session review for Sunday 10th March 2024

But a few gems amongst the swill. Estate, Mr PC, Favela, Beatrice as the arvo wore on, or out, I am not sure which

Which should tell you that it was a day for instrumentals in the main. Lisbeth cunningly sneaked in as the only singer, and added six songs to the tally. Don't Explain in a key only a mother could love, and probably not even that if Ma was a sax player. 

And, yet again, stinking hot. So it was a bit surprising that even 14 hardy jammers turned up, lightly toasted in the main. A cameo from the Bounder for starters, Anton fronted and despite being a more than handy bassist, played drums, Ivan Sultanoff on bass,  John Perri on percussion, a rather noisy bebop session at the close with Captain Chaos at his best.

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