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Haven't caught up
with you in a min....
You been busy? It's Sooooo
quite here...... Especially after
the SuperBowl ...sigh :-( (i'm still trippin') over that
out come... Didn't see that "hail mary throw coming)lol
wanted to check in ....Here's to
Hip & Swinging Week.
Plan's to Hit Beantown anytime soon??
What's going on in your neck of the woods???
Ya Boston Friend
Hey Blue, now that I've a had a chance to listen to you, I can respond in kind...dig your tone and musicianship. Thank you for stopping by and listening and for your lovely comments, it's very much appreciated. I've never been to NH but perhaps can make it up there to check out your music. I have a 20-piece orchestra of all original music with alto saxophonist Jorge Sylvester who orchestrates the music and conducts..it's called ConceptualMotion - check out the clips on my website and tell me what you think. www.noramccarthy.com We opened the Vision Festival X in 2005. Anyway, it's nice to be your new friend on this fantastic Jazz Network and that you know my friend Gunter is even better....Gunter, the timeless creative maestro and happy guru. Visit again, and I'll do the same.
Hi Blue, What kind of jazz goes on in New Hampshire? Hope something's happening there so you can hone your chops again! Clearly you've been around and I'm sure it's great to be playing. That's something I'd love to be able to do, but instead I support some great artists whose music makes me supremely happy ;-) Good to be in touch on TJN.