[Harp-L] Any Harp-l-ers in Tokyo ??
Just a quick note and not sure if Scott G is still in Nippon???
But if anyone on the list is in Tokyo this week, shoot me an email offlist
and I'll try and get you a comp to see me with "The Original Blues Brothers
Band" at The Blue Note 4/2 thru 4/8 2 shows a night.
PS...I'm tryin to hunt down an extinct Chromatic once made here by
YAMAHA....no luck as yet!
On 4/1/07 6:43 AM, "BiscuitBoy714@xxxxxxx" <BiscuitBoy714@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> YES!! Yes!!! yeS!!!! I haven't heard any King Biscuit Boy since
> probably 1979. Can anybody give me any history on Richard Newell, is he still
> alive and rippin'? His album Good Un's helped me learn. I played around with
> album after that one, (it had "Hand Jive" on it using a chromatic I think,
> 'least that's how I played it), but that one in the burlap bag helped me out
> time. I think maybe it was the first time I ever tongue blocked, which by
> the way I've been meaning to say something about. I keep seeing posts about
> using either tongue blocking or the pucker style and which one is best. Why
> use both? That's what I do, whichever technique gets the job done easiest is
> the one I use. I don't bend using the tongue block method 'cause it's so much
> easier for me to bend with the pucker thing, but there are just some things
> that I play on the harp that have to be tongue blocked. OOOhhh yea, I use the
> BiscuitBoy name because it is steeped in so much tradition concerning the
> blues, but I am in no way the King
> Proudly......BiscuitBoy Blues
> In a message dated 3/31/2007 9:18:22 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> mktspot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> Available as an import I was pleased to obtain a copy of this Richard
> Newell recording. Backed by the Meters and produced by the
> extraordinarily talented Allen Toussaint I love this album for its
> groove. Overstock.com has 5 more copies. Amazon has one and I think
> there are one or 2 on Gemm. Overstock's shipping and lowest price make
> them the best deal. I'd been looking for this recording on Cd for a
> long time and I happily tripped over it sideways in a tangent search. fjm
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