top of page

JAM SESSION REVIEW: THE B TEAM SLAPS IT: 14 Aug 22


Typical! We hardly see a piano player for the last month, and then three turn up for the B Team bash. Props to Judee, who not only played up a storm, but brought along bass player Doug Foley who was damn' good. then Lisette atepped up, great versionof Autumn Leaves with Huich on violin a highlight. newcomer Fletcher impressed despite his first time nerves. Straight No Chaser done good


In the tonsil department, Jane, Aneta, Anthony, Kevin and even Deb had fun....

Cardinal Calamatta was smoother than ever, then Alan "long time no see" West added his own class on sax, and Tim, apart from helping Martin (played all day and looked a litt.le tired) set up the drums, did his own improving on clarinet.

And the evening ended with Amy from the Bar signing up a storm.

If I had to pick a winner on the day... I don't but it is worth mentioning, Mike played the best guitar we have heard from him.

So... an afternoon peppered with good musicians, good music, some entertaining gossip, a newbie, and some old hands returning.


What's not to like?




10 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Myrtle doesn't like jazz

Jam session review for Sunday 7th April 2024 ​ I once spent a somewhat bucolic afternoon at Cafe Loup in Greenwich Village, listening to a hot trio play, in three sets, familiar standards, less well k

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

Strewth!

Jam session review for Sunday 3rd March 2024 ​ Turned up late at around 3.30, and discovered I was the only one there. Knowing that several of the regulars had gone to Castlemaine for their moment of

Comments


bottom of page