Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 21.07.2006 17:28:40 von Dan Adler

r /> it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.

I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
Lippincott live - don't miss it.

I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...

-Dan
I always wonder if just "knowing" a solo is enough. Being able to sing,
think or play it. Or is there something inherently better about writing
it down?

KenK
Joe Finn wrote:
> Today's highlight was a visit from the great Dave Liebman.
>
> We were treated to a performance [albeit a brief one] and a wonderful hour
> long lecture on the importance of tran

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 21.07.2006 19:35:27 von pmfan57

east once a year. Besides the absolute mastery of music and jazz,
> it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.
>
> I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
> wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
> Lippincott live - don't miss it.
>
> I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...
>
> -Dan
>

How come no Mahavishnu project plays Jan Hammer review?Joey Goldstein wrote:
> tom walls wrote:
>
> > You're talking double stops, or two notes in sequence?
>
> I think he means limiting your note choice to just using a particular
> interval.
>
> So, if you decide to work with min 3rds, you would make sure that every
> successive pair of notes forms a min 3rd interval.
>
> On Cma

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 21.07.2006 19:46:41 von Dan Adler

nowhere.net says...
>
>> I think he means limiting your note choice to just using a particular
>> interval.
>>
>>
> snip
>> These types of pa

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 21.07.2006 19:55:48 von Paul Sanwald

/> > his playing as well.
>
> What can I say about Dave Liebman? I think

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 21.07.2006 19:55:55 von Joey Goldstein

everyone should see him live
> at least once a year. Besides the absolute mastery of music and jazz,
> it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.
>
> I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
> wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
> Lippincott live - don't miss it.
>
> I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...
>
> -Dan
>
>


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turnaround and reasonable on the repair cost, if any.

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Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 22.07.2006 15:47:29 von unknown

his playing as well.
>
>What can I say about Dave Liebman? I think everyone should see him live
>at least once a year. Besides the absolute mastery of music and jazz,
>it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.
>
>I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
>wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
>Lippincott live - don't miss it.
>
>I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...
>
>-Dan
>
>

Very cool. Another one of our own hits the big leagues.

Tim



Tim Berens

timb at erinet.com
A Website for Guitarists
Learn Something. Have some fun.We once had a British jazz station called 'Jazz FM'. It is now 'Smooth FM',
and apart from a few token jazz slots, it could now be aptly renamed 'Crap
FM'

But I must be tolerant - the cloth ears must have their music - I just wish
they wouldn't call it jazz. Is it just a matter of taste? Yes, it is - good
taste and bad taste. The latter is a terminal condition - there's no remedy
fo

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 22.07.2006 17:49:33 von Joe Finn

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>I got to see Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman live last night at Makor
> on NYC.
>
> What a treat! Tom was just great. Playing super-tastefully and using
> effects to create some incredible sounds. Liebman was clearly digging
> his playing as well.
>
> What can I say about Dave Liebman? I think everyone should see him live
> at least once a year. Besides the absolute mastery of music and jazz,
> it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.
>
> I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
> wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
> Lippincott live - don't miss it.
>
> I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...
>
> -Dan
>
>Tim: Thanks for another productive, practical and useful suggestion.
.......joe

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<Tim Berens> wrote in message news:
> The best exercises for practice, in my opinion, is one that can be
> explained in a couple of sentenc

Re: Tom Lippincott with Dave Liebman

am 23.07.2006 20:58:24 von charles robinson

/> >
> What a treat! Tom was just great. Playing super-tastefully and using
> effects to create some incredible sounds. Liebman was clearly digging
> his playing as well.
>
> What can I say about Dave Liebman? I think everyone should see him live
> at least once a year. Besides the absolute mastery of music and jazz,
> it's inspiring to see the amount of emotion he puts into each note.
>
> I'll be writing a detailed review for Jazz Improv magazine, but I
> wanted to let you know in case you get an opportunity to see Tom
> Lippincott live - don't miss it.
>
> I hope to jam with Tom before he leaves NY...
>
> -Dan
>
>Jack A. Zucker wrote:

>
> Will do though I was thinking of having a bridge in it as a change of pace.
> Waddya think?

bridge away!

--paulFor the past couple years I've been on a search for the right archtop
but everytime I play a 335 style guitar everything feels more natural.
I like the extra sustain, thinner body and ease of playability. So
which