Fri Nov 19 21:02:35 EST 2004
I guess allot of these older Musicians are pretty set in their way of
performing I remember I played with Yank Rachell He just start playing and
you had to be there or be lost in the shuffle John Lee Hooker the same way
Chuck Berry Lightning Hopkins To name a few. That's one reason I like the
idea of Jam sessions Every body have to get in the same Key Or time or it
don't work very well.But I guess you lit a fire under Sleepy LeBeef and took
the meaning out of sleepy
I myself I love Sleepy Style of playing. I watched him here in Sacramento at
a club called Harlow's I thought he was as great Live as he is on his
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ann Rabson" <Ann@ANNRABSON.COM>
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: sittin' in
> >When Musicians Switch key's and never say anything . It probably make you
> >wish you were blind or a little kid that never think anything but music.
> >I played with this Blind guy Ounce And also this young kid about 9.yrs
> >all anybody had to do was start playing And the kid and the blind guy
> >be right there.How they did it around all that other noise I don't know.
> >I have seen allot of vocalist cocktail song's they do that because they
> >it in one key.
> >But if someone ask you up to sit in and start jumping key's I think they
> >trying to be funny or they don't know what they are doing or just their
> >lack of talent.This is a cruel world out there today there is always some
> >Orangutan just wanting to be mean.
> > Guitar Mac.
> No no no! He wasn't being mean - he was just carried away and he carried
> and the audience right along with him! Oddly I found I had no trouble
> following him but I sure felt like I had a tiger by the tail! As for
> the man's a got more talent in his little finger then most of us do in our
> whole bodies! It was a blast!
> Ann Rabson
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