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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Jazz in the Afternoon at Tynemouth

Sunday's session began with the ambiguously titled 'Jazz in the Afternoon.' The trombone/tenor frontline of Derek Fleck and Ian Macaulay produced a funky sound on "Watermelon Man" and a calypso like version of "Muscrat Ramble" in contrast to their more traditional approach to "Careless Love". Other gems included "Somebody Loves Me" and "Stranger on the Shore".
The rhythm section comprised Brian Chester (pno), John Hallam (bs) and Fred (depping for Marshall Walker) on drums.

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