STOCKHOLM'S Jazz Festival 25Th Anniversity 16 - 19 Juli 2008 To Conclude. What a fascinateing experience it indeed was. To witness the SanFrancisco Jazz Collection deliver an exceptional Collective P…

STOCKHOLM'S Jazz Festival 25Th Anniversity 16 - 19 Juli 2008
To Conclude. What a fascinateing experience it indeed was. To witness the SanFrancisco Jazz Collection deliver an exceptional Collective Performance of high energy...I am yet awed and thrilled to have enjoyed their appearance on the watterfront cascadeing Skeppholmen in our Scandinavian Capital.
Organized by Bosse Persson, Managing Director of this Jazz senational Annual event. Throughout the Storstad of Stockholm, various locations of the Festival was available to enthusiasist and musicians. To experience Patti Smith, Van Morrisson, Joan Armatrading, Blacknuss and the Funky Avant Garde Allstars, Tommy Körberg and The Way Beyond Band. And the Super Devine Svante Thuresson has me floating in a spiritual pulsation of sentiment which is going to allow time to reconnect and the abbility to express phrases of compliments and comphrensive interpretation to convey! It was Awsome! ! ! ! ! Snooping into the Club Fashing to experience more Jazz Jam following their scheduled performaces placed me unexpectedly further into a Musical - Spiritualistic estatic stupor. The concept of enjoyment over extends independent perception of receptive 'interaction' and,desirable traditional admiration to Jazz relationship. The thirst as consumption of 'The Music of Jazz' was excessive - on my part. As Entertainment. Purely in degree, and quality. The pulses, the tempo, the whole activity, the beat, the swing the flexibilities the balance the harmony, the chords. I pledge my alliegence to Jazz and its 'Interplay to Enlightment' Rock and SwaySessions. Oh elaborate Composers - Minstrals, Soloist, fluctuating Musical Masters, featured Artist, Players on - of Bandstands. The elation is significant and consistant. "Let The Music Play".

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