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Gleber2
22-Nov-07, 16:44
The J.Fats Band will be doing a session in the Park Hotel Orange Room on Sunday 2nd December. Graham Walker, ex Garry Moore Band, will be on drums and the legendary Neil 'Macbeat' Campbell will be on guitar. Four to seven approx.

The Pepsi Challenge
22-Nov-07, 18:55
Quality line-up. Worth at least 5 of anyone's money to see, as well. Wish I could be there to see it. Anyone who misses out, will be missing out on an education.

Gleber2
22-Nov-07, 21:13
Quality line-up. Worth at least 5 of anyone's money to see, as well. Wish I could be there to see it. Anyone who misses out, will be missing out on an education.
Ah, but it's free!!!!!!
The same line-up with several others will on at the Lighthouse the night before.

Chobbersjnr
23-Nov-07, 05:37
Ah, but it's free!!!!!!.

FREE...................I'm not paying that:Razz

Deemac
23-Nov-07, 18:54
Free, that's far too expensive! I demand a refund . . . . .;)

Anyway Chobbers, you'll be far too freaked out after the Skins gig the night before. (nevermind the lighthouse concert just before that!!!!)

I'll look forward to seeing the You-tube virtual version anyway . . . . .

trix
28-Nov-07, 00:40
aye lookin forward til a session in e litehoose on seturday nite. last one til weel intil next year :~(

im sure it'l be an amazin nite tho, one til remember - cana wait.

chobbers, if ye sort oot at flight hoose album, il take oot yer bottle o lucozade!! :lol:

rob murray
03-Dec-07, 13:50
How did the gig go ?

Deemac
03-Dec-07, 15:59
Did Graham Walker survive the Skins gig to make this one??;)

trix
03-Dec-07, 17:35
How did the gig go ?

it wis brilliant, as good as i expected. graham walker wis amazin on e drums, what a performance, a class within himsel.

neil wis excellent on gutiar, taz wis his usual brilliant sel, same goes for young jack. shufflebain hed a look in anall.

wis a real treat seein wullie mackay back on stage wi e boys, am sure he wis just as delited as e rest o us.

wis a nice surprise til see mena at e heid, gled her album is now oot, it's on ma list for santa! - ca mind e ither wifies name but she wis really guid too. lovely jazzy voice.

as for chobbers an gleber himsel...words just cana convey. oot o iss world.

chobbers playin voodoo child - the guy is a genius...

gleber says he cana play e sax - he can :eek:

all in all, 100% pure brilliant, it was some o best jazz that iv ever herd, wis feelin all funkt up efter i got home - an it wis nothin til do wi e oozo...well, maybe a little ;)

roll on e spring time, ats all i can say...

rob murray
03-Dec-07, 18:16
it wis brilliant, as good as i expected. graham walker wis amazin on e drums, what a performance, a class within himsel.

neil wis excellent on gutiar, taz wis his usual brilliant sel, same goes for young jack. shufflebain hed a look in anall.

wis a real treat seein wullie mackay back on stage wi e boys, am sure he wis just as delited as e rest o us.

wis a nice surprise til see mena at e heid, gled her album is now oot, it's on ma list for santa! - ca mind e ither wifies name but she wis really guid too. lovely jazzy voice.

as for chobbers an gleber himsel...words just cana convey. oot o iss world.

chobbers playin voodoo child - the guy is a genius...

gleber says he cana play e sax - he can :eek:

all in all, 100% pure brilliant, it was some o best jazz that iv ever herd, wis feelin all funkt up efter i got home - an it wis nothin til do wi e oozo...well, maybe a little ;)

roll on e spring time, ats all i can say...

Sounds like a great night alround. Would have loved to have seen / heard Graham Walker.

The Pepsi Challenge
03-Dec-07, 18:28
The J. Fats Band has the funk, eh? I wonder where they got that from ;-)

Jeid
03-Dec-07, 20:42
The J. Fats Band has the funk, eh? I wonder where they got that from ;-)

eBay... possibly?

Glad it went well.