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Discussion in 'Recordings [DB]' started by Ed Fuqua, Jul 19, 2013.


  1. Ed Fuqua

    Ed Fuqua

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    In a quirky little film made by a tenor player I used to work with, Tony Heath. This is 20 years old; performance footage starts at about 5:46, but all the background music is off the board feed.
    Which, for the bass, is an SM58 up between the bridge feet...
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_8YpJnNMoz4
     
  2. gerry grable

    gerry grable Supporting Member

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    Ed,
    Oops! Sorry. I clicked on the wrong Tony Heath clip, computer clutz that I am.
    Now I've got the right one: A Night in the Spotlight Part two. The pic of the singer threw me off.
    Nice views and sounds of you playing. You sound great and that was a while ago.
    Gerry



    P.S.
    This has a lot of interesting stuff, too.
    Thanks to Tony Heath for putting the Lynn Oliver clips together. I hadn't thought about Lynn Oliver's in years! Lots of stuff went down in that studio.
     
  3. Ed Fuqua

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    There's also a volume 1 :)

    Check out Tony's Birdland Ranch website, he's got a bunch of stills from Lynn's studio -Wes, Dolphy, Freddie Hubbard etc....
     
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    OK, good luck with that.
    Have a blessed day.
     
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  6. Ed Fuqua

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    That means SO much to me, coming from you.
     
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    Wow, that was a while ago. Good times. :)
     
  8. Space Pickle

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    conrgatulations, mr. ed
     
  9. Tom Lane

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    Very tasteful playing, IMO. I enjoyed the singer and video too, I think.
     
  10. lcdck

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    What's the drummer John Smith up to these days? He sounds good on the video.
     
  11. Ed Fuqua

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    Joe Smith. He was studying with Jimmy Lovelace while he was in the city. He moved to Barcelona a couple of years after this gig, had a couple of CDs out as a leader. Ima hafta Google him now, see what's up.

    He had the most comfortable "medium up" feel of pretty much anybody I've played with.
     
  12. Ed Fuqua

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  13. Ed Fuqua

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    Looks like Tony put up the last bit, I don't step on anything too Dear and Tender in EVERY TIME. I wish I could say the same for ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL in the outro music....
     

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