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Thursday, November 04, 2010

James Moody Battles Cancer

Hilary Gilby brought this sad news to my attention via this link. Let's convey our best wishes, thoughts and hope that he wins the battle.
James Moody is one of the last surviving jazz legends and he appeared in Newcastle several times captivating the audience with his sax and flute playing and his sense of humour. A great musician.
Lance.

2 comments :

Hil said...

James and his wife Linda were lovely to us when Zoe and I met them in NYC.

God bless him.

eric m stutt said...

So sorry to hear about James Moody I was lucky enough to see him at a nice small gig at allandale when I was able to get his autograph. He said and I quote "To Eric with much spiritulistic love James Moddy (with artwork) by him. Im sure he is getting the best treatment and we can only pray he gets better. Regards Eric Stutt

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