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Bass: upright, 4 and 6 string; bass guitar, 6 string, fretted, fretless. compose, arrange. Teach, play music. I love music (and like most musicians). I'm not a great singer, but wish I was.

I've done a few recordings, but still need more experience in the studio. I'm trying to develop some internet chops and learning to type by going to college. It's kinda working.

Got the myspace, got the roadrunner, got the time, mostly 4/4.
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://ratzobharris.com

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At 11:02am on January 29, 2008, Cynthia Hilts said…
Ratzo, glad to have you on this adventure. And our other adventures of music and spirit! Man, you gotta up the ante on your description of self (to the left of this post)! How about "magnificent bassist, composer, educator, carer about many important things and more mature than the average jazz musician"? Yeah, I think thatz about right. Peace, Cynthia
PS I didn't know you wished you were a singer. You seem to have the mellifluosity of tone...
At 1:46am on January 29, 2008, Jaijai Jackson said…
Welcome Ratzo to the Jazz Network, I am glad you are here :-) I must tell you that when I receive comments like yours it reminds me of how much my father's spirit has touched and inspired many. It gives me drive and motivation to keep doing what I'm doing. You are right, he didn't stop at Duffy, he threw me a ball to and I know he'd be so happy to see what has been created in the spirit of honoring what he contributed to music. Thanks so much for sharing how he inspired you....touches me, I would love to hear some of your music....

I extend my friendship,
~ Jaijai :-)
 
 
 

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