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#1: North Sea Jazz Fest

Posted on 2006-07-23 01:08:54 by dougwamble

Sent this as an email reply to someone and they suggested I post it
here. So I will.

Just got home from the fest, saw some really great music while I was
over there. We played two nights of the festival, actually. They booked
us on the "American Folk" stage, with Frisell and Tin Hat Quartet, then
the next night was the Marsalis Music stage with Michael Carvin, Joey
Calderazzo, Miguel Zenon and us.

The first night was tough, since British Airways lost my guitar as well
as Pete's cymbals. Friz offered the use of his Tele, but the festival
hooked me up with one, which was, well, rough. Nice enough axe, but the
strings were as light as dental floss, and it was a real twangy
electric sound. But I did my best Duane Eddy and sullied through.
Shoulda taken the Tele. The next night, we had all our shit and things
were way better.

Joey's solo set was incredible, and Branford sat in on a couple of
tunes. Carvin's quartet with Marcus Strickland was very good as well.
Miguel was tight as always, and his new drummer is the shit, Henry
Cole.

Caught Mehldau's new trio and I love the addition of Jeff Ballard. He's
an amazing drummer, and Brad is at the top of his game as well. They
played a lot of 1990's alt rock, which was interesting. Shit like Black
Hole Sun and Wonderwall. I was hoping for Sex and Candy...

Friz was great as always, with his quintet. I was only able to hear a
snippet of the Sco/DeJohnette/Goldings trio...the smoke was killing me,
and I had to sing right after. I heard a little of Gnarls Barkley from
backstage, at least I think it was them. That singer is badass.

But my favorite thing of all was Jeff Beck and Vinnie. They were
absolutely smoking. Didn't catch the bass player, but the keys were
Jason Robello. Great band, and Beck is the total shit. His tone was
incendiary, and the set was really perfectly crafted.

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#2: Re: North Sea Jazz Fest

Posted on 2006-07-23 06:25:58 by pmfan57

<a href="mailto:dougwamble&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">dougwamble&#64;gmail.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Sent this as an email reply to someone and they suggested I post it
&gt; here. So I will.
&gt;
&gt; Just got home from the fest, saw some really great music while I was
&gt; over there. We played two nights of the festival, actually. They booked
&gt; us on the &quot;American Folk&quot; stage, with Frisell and Tin Hat Quartet, then
&gt; the next night was the Marsalis Music stage with Michael Carvin, Joey
&gt; Calderazzo, Miguel Zenon and us.
&gt;
&gt; The first night was tough, since British Airways lost my guitar as well
&gt; as Pete's cymbals. Friz offered the use of his Tele, but the festival
&gt; hooked me up with one, which was, well, rough. Nice enough axe, but the
&gt; strings were as light as dental floss, and it was a real twangy
&gt; electric sound. But I did my best Duane Eddy and sullied through.
&gt; Shoulda taken the Tele. The next night, we had all our shit and things
&gt; were way better.
&gt;
&gt; Joey's solo set was incredible, and Branford sat in on a couple of
&gt; tunes. Carvin's quartet with Marcus Strickland was very good as well.
&gt; Miguel was tight as always, and his new drummer is the shit, Henry
&gt; Cole.
&gt;
&gt; Caught Mehldau's new trio and I love the addition of Jeff Ballard. He's
&gt; an amazing drummer, and Brad is at the top of his game as well. They
&gt; played a lot of 1990's alt rock, which was interesting. Shit like Black
&gt; Hole Sun and Wonderwall. I was hoping for Sex and Candy...
&gt;
&gt; Friz was great as always, with his quintet. I was only able to hear a
&gt; snippet of the Sco/DeJohnette/Goldings trio...the smoke was killing me,
&gt; and I had to sing right after. I heard a little of Gnarls Barkley from
&gt; backstage, at least I think it was them. That singer is badass.
&gt;
&gt; But my favorite thing of all was Jeff Beck and Vinnie. They were
&gt; absolutely smoking. Didn't catch the bass player, but the keys were
&gt; Jason Robello. Great band, and Beck is the total shit. His tone was
&gt; incendiary, and the set was really perfectly crafted.

Thanks for the report. What was the guitar they supplied you with? Was
it a tele too? Frisell's looks like a nice one.

Beck is a genius of the guitar. Really extracts amazing stuff from a
strat no one else ever knew was in that puppy. I just keep remembeing
&quot;Head for Backstage Pass&quot; from &quot;Wired.&quot; When he's on, flames are
sizzling on each note, at least if you close your eyes.

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#3: Re: North Sea Jazz Fest

Posted on 2006-07-23 13:29:04 by charles robinson

Welcome back, it sounds like you had a ball except for the guitar incident.
The only way I've ever found around the twangy solid body with light
strings thing is to back off the treble and play with the thumb but, as you
know, your chops can suffer.
Charlie

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&gt; Sent this as an email reply to someone and they suggested I post it
&gt; here. So I will.
&gt;
&gt; Just got home from the fest, saw some really great music while I was
&gt; over there. We played two nights of the festival, actually. They booked
&gt; us on the &quot;American Folk&quot; stage, with Frisell and Tin Hat Quartet, then
&gt; the next night was the Marsalis Music stage with Michael Carvin, Joey
&gt; Calderazzo, Miguel Zenon and us.
&gt;
&gt; The first night was tough, since British Airways lost my guitar as well
&gt; as Pete's cymbals. Friz offered the use of his Tele, but the festival
&gt; hooked me up with one, which was, well, rough. Nice enough axe, but the
&gt; strings were as light as dental floss, and it was a real twangy
&gt; electric sound. But I did my best Duane Eddy and sullied through.
&gt; Shoulda taken the Tele. The next night, we had all our shit and things
&gt; were way better.
&gt;
&gt; Joey's solo set was incredible, and Branford sat in on a couple of
&gt; tunes. Carvin's quartet with Marcus Strickland was very good as well.
&gt; Miguel was tight as always, and his new drummer is the shit, Henry
&gt; Cole.
&gt;
&gt; Caught Mehldau's new trio and I love the addition of Jeff Ballard. He's
&gt; an amazing drummer, and Brad is at the top of his game as well. They
&gt; played a lot of 1990's alt rock, which was interesting. Shit like Black
&gt; Hole Sun and Wonderwall. I was hoping for Sex and Candy...
&gt;
&gt; Friz was great as always, with his quintet. I was only able to hear a
&gt; snippet of the Sco/DeJohnette/Goldings trio...the smoke was killing me,
&gt; and I had to sing right after. I heard a little of Gnarls Barkley from
&gt; backstage, at least I think it was them. That singer is badass.
&gt;
&gt; But my favorite thing of all was Jeff Beck and Vinnie. They were
&gt; absolutely smoking. Didn't catch the bass player, but the keys were
&gt; Jason Robello. Great band, and Beck is the total shit. His tone was
&gt; incendiary, and the set was really perfectly crafted.
&gt;

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#4: Re: North Sea Jazz Fest

Posted on 2006-07-23 16:05:24 by Joe Finn

Sounds like you had quite a time. Welcome home. .........joe

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&gt; Sent this as an email reply to someone and they suggested I post it
&gt; here. So I will.
&gt;
&gt; Just got home from the fest, saw some really great music while I was
&gt; over there. We played two nights of the festival, actually. They booked
&gt; us on the &quot;American Folk&quot; stage, with Frisell and Tin Hat Quartet, then
&gt; the next night was the Marsalis Music stage with Michael Carvin, Joey
&gt; Calderazzo, Miguel Zenon and us.
&gt;
&gt; The first night was tough, since British Airways lost my guitar as well
&gt; as Pete's cymbals. Friz offered the use of his Tele, but the festival
&gt; hooked me up with one, which was, well, rough. Nice enough axe, but the
&gt; strings were as light as dental floss, and it was a real twangy
&gt; electric sound. But I did my best Duane Eddy and sullied through.
&gt; Shoulda taken the Tele. The next night, we had all our shit and things
&gt; were way better.
&gt;
&gt; Joey's solo set was incredible, and Branford sat in on a couple of
&gt; tunes. Carvin's quartet with Marcus Strickland was very good as well.
&gt; Miguel was tight as always, and his new drummer is the shit, Henry
&gt; Cole.
&gt;
&gt; Caught Mehldau's new trio and I love the addition of Jeff Ballard. He's
&gt; an amazing drummer, and Brad is at the top of his game as well. They
&gt; played a lot of 1990's alt rock, which was interesting. Shit like Black
&gt; Hole Sun and Wonderwall. I was hoping for Sex and Candy...
&gt;
&gt; Friz was great as always, with his quintet. I was only able to hear a
&gt; snippet of the Sco/DeJohnette/Goldings trio...the smoke was killing me,
&gt; and I had to sing right after. I heard a little of Gnarls Barkley from
&gt; backstage, at least I think it was them. That singer is badass.
&gt;
&gt; But my favorite thing of all was Jeff Beck and Vinnie. They were
&gt; absolutely smoking. Didn't catch the bass player, but the keys were
&gt; Jason Robello. Great band, and Beck is the total shit. His tone was
&gt; incendiary, and the set was really perfectly crafted.
&gt;

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#5: Re: North Sea Jazz Fest

Posted on 2006-07-23 19:32:50 by tlainhart

Thanks for sharing this. I just watched the &quot;Blues&quot; segment directed
by Wim Wenders, where he does a dramatization of Blind Willie Johnson
singing &quot;John The Revelator&quot; (I thought this segment was really
beautiful, but could have done without the modern renditions of
Johnson/James/Lenior tunes). Your version sounded really interesting -
I wish we could have heard the whole thing.

For me, Jeff Beck and SRV are the tone kings for rock guitar. These
videos are from North Sea - the first three are broadcast quality. The
first two are must see.


<a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=7uPcz37IWGQ&amp;search=jeff%20beck" target="_blank"> http://youtube.com/watch?v=7uPcz37IWGQ&amp;search=jeff%20bec k</a>

<a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=BCzdKdajEIc&amp;search=jeff%20beck" target="_blank"> http://youtube.com/watch?v=BCzdKdajEIc&amp;search=jeff%20bec k</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI6XOLCpItc&amp;NR" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI6XOLCpItc&amp;NR</a>

<a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=EBdVCBOJ5gk&amp;search=jeff%20beck" target="_blank"> http://youtube.com/watch?v=EBdVCBOJ5gk&amp;search=jeff%20bec k</a>

-- Todd




<a href="mailto:dougwamble&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">dougwamble&#64;gmail.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Sent this as an email reply to someone and they suggested I post it
&gt; here. So I will.
&gt;
&gt; Just got home from the fest, saw some really great music while I was
&gt; over there. We played two nights of the festival, actually. They booked
&gt; us on the &quot;American Folk&quot; stage, with Frisell and Tin Hat Quartet, then
&gt; the next night was the Marsalis Music stage with Michael Carvin, Joey
&gt; Calderazzo, Miguel Zenon and us.
&gt;
&gt; The first night was tough, since British Airways lost my guitar as well
&gt; as Pete's cymbals. Friz offered the use of his Tele, but the festival
&gt; hooked me up with one, which was, well, rough. Nice enough axe, but the
&gt; strings were as light as dental floss, and it was a real twangy
&gt; electric sound. But I did my best Duane Eddy and sullied through.
&gt; Shoulda taken the Tele. The next night, we had all our shit and things
&gt; were way better.
&gt;
&gt; Joey's solo set was incredible, and Branford sat in on a couple of
&gt; tunes. Carvin's quartet with Marcus Strickland was very good as well.
&gt; Miguel was tight as always, and his new drummer is the shit, Henry
&gt; Cole.
&gt;
&gt; Caught Mehldau's new trio and I love the addition of Jeff Ballard. He's
&gt; an amazing drummer, and Brad is at the top of his game as well. They
&gt; played a lot of 1990's alt rock, which was interesting. Shit like Black
&gt; Hole Sun and Wonderwall. I was hoping for Sex and Candy...
&gt;
&gt; Friz was great as always, with his quintet. I was only able to hear a
&gt; snippet of the Sco/DeJohnette/Goldings trio...the smoke was killing me,
&gt; and I had to sing right after. I heard a little of Gnarls Barkley from
&gt; backstage, at least I think it was them. That singer is badass.
&gt;
&gt; But my favorite thing of all was Jeff Beck and Vinnie. They were
&gt; absolutely smoking. Didn't catch the bass player, but the keys were
&gt; Jason Robello. Great band, and Beck is the total shit. His tone was
&gt; incendiary, and the set was really perfectly crafted.

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