Am I allowed to say what it is? The record that tune comes from literally changed my life...
HEY NOWWW! CAREFUL! I mean, people are allowed to guess I guesss hahah. Somebody straight up put it on the youtube video within like 10 minutes. Also, y'all are CRACKING me up with this threadFred koots?
I see you - veryyyy warm!
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I've been contemplating heading to NYC around October after Broadway opens back up, plus all the jazz clubs like Iridium or Blue Note, which I believe are already open/reopening. If I decide to go, I'll definitely meet up for a drink!Y’all are KILLING me
OK, big old Drummerworld community hang/bar-hop when? Everyone come to New York and I’ll buy… well uh, at least ONE round
Dude! That would be awesome... I would likely be game for a show at any jazz club too!I've been contemplating heading to NYC around October after Broadway opens back up, plus all the jazz clubs like Iridium or Blue Note, which I believe are already open/reopening. If I decide to go, I'll definitely meet up for a drink!
BTW, a few more hints: Could it be Iron Sandals by Jerry Bock? Steel Pumps by Joffrey Bork? Or perhaps Bronze Clogs by Jango Bick?
not James Brown -- super cool story! Sounds like the live version from Ronnie Scott's was from 2008, but I assume that's the same club you're referring to?About the original record, I still have it in vinyl version from when it came out. I remember that I entered the hippest record shop in town, they had just received it and it was playing on their stereo. Jaw dropping! I knew JB already (not James Brown), but it sounded so new and fresh!
In the fall of 2007 I was in London for a week-end. I passed by the club by chance and saw the poster announcing the series of concerts a few days later. I couldn't be there and it was probably sold out, but gee...
If I can remember well this poster was the same image they took for the CD and DVD covers.
Now you're with it ToneT!Old Coots