Re: [Harp-L] SPAH and me
LOL, what smo-joe says is so sadly true. My enjoyment comes after being disrespected by a piano or guitar player, which in my case is usually some small town clown who never made it out of the poverty stricken locale that we live in, and the crowd after I sit down after hitting the one song they let me sit in on starts asking for "more harmonica".George
On Friday, August 21, 2015 8:09 AM, Joseph Leone <3n037@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You answered your question big Rick. Most harp players don't have a solo repertoire. Also, over my life time I have noticed something.
I play or have played other instruments. Most musicians have total disregard for harmonica players. No respect. Sorry, but that's the
way I see it. I have been shoveling the proverbial sh*t against the proverbial tide for what seems like eons. Sometimes I win. Sometimes
I loose. :)
On Aug 21, 2015, at 1:39 AM, Rick Dempster wrote:
> I think people could see why I asked this question. There are very few
> 'vacancies' for the position of 'harmonica player' in the music world.
> Thus, most players that I know front their own band. Either that, or they
> play another instrument, and the harp is usually a second.
> Many harp players are jammers, and don't necessarily have a solo
> repertoire, or one that can be used as a functional act for gigs.
> On 21 August 2015 at 06:15, MANFRED WEWERS <mwewers@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> All instruments are welcome and SPAH has seen quite a few over the years.
>> Yes people sing. As seminar coordinator I encourage people to give
>> non-harmonica seminars and some do, as was the case in Denver. Vocal
>> seminars were well attended.
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