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Thursday, January 20, 2011

A Tale of Two Ditties - The Maine Street Jazzmen @ Rosie Malone's

Olive Rudd (vcl), Ray Harley (tpt), Herbie Hudson (tpt/vcl/hca), Jim McBriarty (clt/vcl), Malcolm Armstrong (pno), Alan Rudd (bs), Mike Humble (dms).
It was the best of times - it was the worst of times...
The best of times was Olive, in Maxine Sullivan mode, singing Every Time (every doggone time) and Hard Hearted Hannah. Jim did a great vocal on... omg! help me out someone I've forgotten the title! It was about someone wanting a girl... (Alan Rudd has obliged - Gonna Get a Girl - Hoagy Carmichael 1927)
The band were in stompsville on Alexander's Ragtime Band and Herbie went walkies on a religioso number - Over In The Glory Land. The T man also blew gut bucket slide and bended the Hohner 270 almost 180 degrees soundwise on another number. This is one good band.
Ray Harley has the big fat Harry James sound that leads the ensemble to the promised land.
Django Armstrong - I call him Django because today he had two fingers strapped together - kicked things along whilst Alan and Mike made sure the wheels didn't come off - they never do.
It was doubly good to meet up with Jill and Bill - jazz fans both and blog visitors. Also alto man Gordon and good buddies Bill and Chas.
So where, I hear you ask, are the worst of times?
The beer prices have gone up!
But yes, please someone, tell me the name of the tune Jim sang - it was great! (Gonna Get A Girl).
Lance.

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