6 days ago
Ah, the good L7 in the capable hands of Kelbie.
It is not often one finds a creative rhythm guitar player who takes initiatives on his own. I love that!
Here is a nice example, two friends just making music with the best of their abilities during a little house party. Wish we could do more of those!! Dave Kelbie
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Dave is a great rhythm guitarist..love when you play together in Uk..come back to Beverley ASAP! X
Bravo ! 🎵🎶😘
2 weeks ago
Juls / Leni 😉
1 month ago
Merry Christmas!! The best video so far of my late uncle Storro Limberger on trumpet.
The biggest talent in our family as far as i'm concerned. Totally unbridled courage to play without thinking yet creating fantastic music. He is one of my biggest living examples.
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Oooh those were the days.... Prachtig Tcha. Een mooi vervolg voor jou, alle liefs ut Brugge
Merci pour ce beau cadeau de Noël ! 🎄Bises musicales 🎶🎵😘
Oh dang so good!
Waouwww. Beautiful Tcha. Thanks a lot. Love his playing!
The tone of Satchmo!
Amazing, thanks for sharing!
Merry Christmas Tcha! Love from Dundee 🎄🎶❤🏴
These revered recordings should be admired and known to all who like Magyar Nota, Hungarian Chanson. They are known to all the musicians who play the style as being the bible for all bracs players.
Hanko Ferenc (bracs) and Boros Lajos (violin) were touring in Holland in the 60s I believe. The story goes that this recording happened in someone's home, after a concert. The musicians had been drinking a little and gotten into an argument. Boros claimed, that Hanko would not be able to "follow him" accompany him well, if he couldn't see his bow arm. Hanko and Boros stood back to back and played this wonderful music.
I got to know this recording thanks to Koen Decauter but in the version he had, the whole sound was badly distorted. As these recordings are so revered, every self respecting Gypsy musician in Budapest has a copy of it. None of them are as good as this one here. It came to me from a collector of Hungarian music, mostly Magyar Nota, called Edely Pitios. He got it directly from the man who, thank goodness, had a Revox tape recorder and had the presence of mind to record this music miracle which in it's turn, is responsible for making me want to go to Budapest to try to comprehend the mysteries of this style.
There are three, this is the first.
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Wow, I've always wanted to get these recordings as I know the legend for years but I could never listen to it . Thank you , Tcha for sharing!
This is amazing
I once tuned the piano of Edelie Pitios and his wife Olga. What a warm and friendly people they are. Wonderfull music off cource.
Wo that is something else! Thank you Tcha
The fantastic saxophone player Yoop Ayar put us onto the trail of this wonderful music. I vividly remember the first time I heard this! Mind glowingly beautiful.
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The whole album is here: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_kmMSZZsUo2GvW86H9EDkX2mas2o6I6w38
this version sounds better, no added reverb compression etc. It is also part of the whole album. it contains a fantastic version of John Lewis's piece Django. youtu.be/_ttusJs1hO4
This recording is made in december 1960. Exactly half a century ago, but it remains so timeless and I think it will be so whithin annother 50 years.