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joe's jazz club

Discussion in 'Blues & Jazz' started by joe, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. joe

    joe Senior Member

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    Welcome to the grand opening of joe's jazz club.:grinthumb joe's is a place for hippies, metalheads, rockers and proggers from the neighborhood to come in and enjoy some jazz-rock fusion. CRF members will be entitled to the Martini special same as our professional clientele. joe's serves beers from all over the world, however we don't serve free peanuts.

    joe's is a relaxing atmosphere were intellectuals and the elite converge for engaging conservation and great music. joe's will not tolerate any rowdy behaviour, yelling and howling as joe will throw you out personally.

    joe's is proud to present on this grand opening night, Passport, all the way from Germany. Led by the great composer, arranger and saxophonist Klaus Doldinger:






    Let's give a big hand for Passport.:grinthumb

    Our next special guest will appear Tuesday night. Remember joe's isn't responsible once you leave the premises. Drive safely and good night.
     
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    Coool! Nice thread man!!! :pimp:

     
  3. joe

    joe Senior Member

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    ^^^MP: he is great. I love up tempo jazz. I only have one of his albums from his distiguised career, Virtuoso. I think that says it all.:grinthumb
     
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    Great Passport stuff too...yeah I like Satin Doll anyway and Joe's version here is a nice one for sure!!

    OK...what else??

    Can we do rock tunes too with hints of jazz??



    A little Joel Rosenblatt with Spyro Gyra

     
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    ^^^Absolutely. Jazz-rock fusion covers a expansive musical diversity.:D
     
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    Joe, you've opened your club at exactly the right time, because I've only just been introduced to Jazz fusion over the last few weeks, via this absolutely fantastic album:

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    :grinthumb
     
  7. Soot and Stars

    Soot and Stars I AM SOOT!

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    I hope I'm not wrong in saying I think these guys might count! :grinthumb

    Morphine

    All Wrong/Whisper


    Honey White


    Cure For Pain


    The Saddest Song
     
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    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    Something going on in different directions.





    :cheers2
     
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    Salmacis: That album is getting great reviews. Definitely going to pick it up the next couple of weeks.

    Soot and Stars: I have to admit I haven't heard any of thier music but do know of them. Great stuff. I have a instrumental jazz-fusion/prog. metal artist coming in later on. joe's is the place to be:grinthumb

    Sox: Pat Metheny is a genius.
     
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    You will not be disappointed Joe, as a jazz fusion know-nothing it's single handedly opened me up to a whole world of the stuff, such as Mahavishnu Orchestra and Weather Report! :D
     

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