Re: Kim Wilson @ Winston's
Thanks Mark your point is well taken as well as colleague of mine who stated
that Kim is a master of disguise. Perhaps my ears need an education or perhaps
his objectives were different. He did play extremly well.
> One thing that I try to remind myself of is that it is difficult to
> appreciate another players performance if you have preconcieved ideas of what
> to expect. It's important to consider whether the player in question appears
> to be achieving what they set out to do as well whether what they're doing is
> inspiring to you personally (I'm sure Kim meets the first criteria more often
> than most).
> Also, the more you listen the more you hear. It's not just a case of "sure, I
> can figure out what/how he's doing there", great musical performance is as
> much down to execution as concept. For instance we can all read english but
> could we all recite Shakespeare and make it a great performance?
> Regards, Mark.
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