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Hey You, good to hear from you.. All is well in my town, glad the weather is getting nicer now.. No I havent heard the cd yet, I thought I could hear a cut on your page. Let me know.... peace and blesssings Maria
Hey Steve Master.. I always found you to be
one of the most honest and truest Bassist
on the planet.. We go way way back my brother
and it was great to work with you again.I will always
be a great fan of yours and enjoy every minute we
share as friends and musicians. You are a Bad ass
brother.. Looking to make it up to being gone so long.
from way back when.. May God and Peace be yours
always to you and your family and friends...
Keep me up to speed with where you are performing.
Hey Steve. Yes, it was John Henry that connected me to this site. Great guy.... great musician.... I've seen you with Liviu a couple times... You always sound great. Look forward to seein' ya soon. You might see me on Friday...!!! Best, Scott
Good to hear back...I go back and forth between Vermont and New York and I teach two days out of the week in Massachusetts. I go right past Bridgeport, normally via I-91 and I-95. Let me propose I come through when it's convenient for you. We can grab a coffee somewhere...
I was delighted that you contacted me through the the network. We're not far away from one another so one of these days we need to play, break bread, whatever. I just got back from Colorado...one of the dates was a spot at the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver, where the International Society for Improvised Music (ISIM) was having their conference. I performed three movements from my El Kahira Suite (Saalam Qahira, Bosphorus Blues, and Wellspring). The band included bassist Ken Walker (Pharoah Sanders), drummer Chris Lee (Fred Hersch), and saxophonist Cliff Aerie (Paul Winter). It was beautiful.
I want to wish you a wonderful holiday and fantastic new year. Hoping to meet you one of these days...all the best!