Re: [Harp-L] Essential listening

Well the other day my famous parter in crime Mick Zaklan mentioned that 22 years ago in Memphis Tennessee, there were a bunch of harmonica players standing around a bar
and the general consensus was: "When we die, we're taking it all with us". I suppose that this was supposed to mean that they (the pros) had what the harmonica world needed
and that when they were gone, that need would also be gone. Btw, I was there to hear it. 

So, that is all b.s. When we have people like Konstantin playing at this level, the harmonica world is in GUUUUUUUUD shape. I thought his rendition was super and refreshing.
Great work Konstantin. 

Oh, Btw, you said: "Anyone can play 'the Deb'". Ha ha ha, that's so funny. Yeah, maybe. 


On Apr 22, 2016, at 12:59 PM, Konstantin Kolesnichenko wrote:

> Thank you so much! I'm glad that you like my playing :)
> I forgot to put the video about "The Deb" in my orginal post! I'm so sorry
> here it is:
> On 22.04.2016 18:05, Chesper Nevins wrote:
>> Love your stuff Konstantin.  Sounds great!
>> On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 5:14 AM, Konstantin Kolesnichenko <wheel.k@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:wheel.k@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>    Hello, Rick!
>>    Here is my old video which contains: tabs, chords and backing
>>    track that I made for "The Deb". I hope it helps.
>>    I also like this kind of jazz, so if you interested, this is my
>>    examples of playing such music:
>>    1. Bolo Blues by Jimmy Forrest:
>>    2. bluesy bebop poppuri
>>    3. And one more
>>    On 21.04.2016 19 <tel:21.04.2016%2019>:39, Rick Dempster wrote:
>>        I have something of a problem with 'modern' jazz, A lot of it
>>        sounds like
>>        wank to me (look that up in Australian slang if you don't get
>>        it) But David
>>        Therault's "The Deb" does it for me. I have the skills to
>>        imitate what he
>>        is playing, but only as a parrot. I don't really understand
>>        what is
>>        happening here. Is this a "blues"? (it's not "The Blues") ie a
>>        twelve bar
>>        that goes, basically I-IV-I-V-I (with maybe an implied
>>        VI-II-V-I in there
>>        somewhere) ?Is it in a minor key, or  major key? Is it in E
>>        major? It's a
>>        bit esoteric for me.What are the chord changes here?
>>        RD
>>        PS Smojoe  - help!
>>        On 18 April 2016 at 15:52, Rick Dempster
>>        <rickdempster33@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:rickdempster33@xxxxxxxxx>>
>>        wrote:
>>            Oh yes! Thanks for reminding me. This is an outstanding
>>            diatonic
>>            performance.
>>            RD
>>            On 18 April 2016 at 12:31, <bad_hat@xxxxxxxx
>>            <mailto:bad_hat@xxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>                Magic Dave Therault, The Deb

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