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Holy shit!!! Where is this from? Who is on guitar? And why is he playing a Strat?! Wow!

Great find! What year is this? Gotta be about '63 or so.

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too cool! :excited:

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In the comments below the video someone posted:

Quentin Warren, Guitar

Billy Hart, Drums

Great video! :tup

EDIT: Jim's all over it!

Edited by Noj

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I used to have a whole vhs of this concert a while back (er when I used to have VHS) it was a good gig IMHO

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How did they get three of you on stage at once, Randy?

:lol:

:crazy::g:lol:

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Is it BBC?

nope- or at least I do not think so anyway. I was given it so do not know the source

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Funky JOS

8 Counts For Rita

:cool:

It seemed a bit quiet, to me, or is it my computer? Was that Eddie Harris on soprano? He only played 4 notes on tenor at the end, not enough to recognise him by.

MG

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Oh boy! And hasn't Rodney Jones improved? Wonder when it was done.

MG

I don't think that's Rodney Jones since the video states it is "Mel Henderson" and Lonnie Smith and the poster has two other movies up from the same club, same date, with Yoron Israel on drums. That must mean Mel Henderson is the guitarist.

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Oh boy! And hasn't Rodney Jones improved? Wonder when it was done.

MG

I don't think that's Rodney Jones since the video states it is "Mel Henderson" and Lonnie Smith and the poster has two other movies up from the same club, same date, with Yoron Israel on drums. That must mean Mel Henderson is the guitarist.

I didn't see any names - no doubt you're right. But he DOES look like Rodney Jones.

So, Mel Henderson's pretty damn good, then. Never heard of him.

MG

Just nipped out for another shufti at the video. NOW I see the name! What a thicko!

Edited by The Magnificent Goldberg

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Edited by Rooster_Ties

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DON'T LOOK INTO HIS EYES! HE'LL HYPNOTIZE YOU!!!

Found another one:

The audio's out of sync though.

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DON'T LOOK INTO HIS EYES! HE'LL HYPNOTIZE YOU!!!

Dude, I saw a Korla Pandit 78 once at a flea market. Has a little picture of his head on the label. I passed.

But now, actually having heard him, I wish I'd picked it up. Just for the label.

Yeah, it looked like this:

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That's a really great video Roost - thanks for posting it.

It's terrific to see her (anyone) playing Pee Wee Ellis' "Pistachio" a great tune rarely done.

Rhoda herself looks great - no danger of us losing her in the near future I guess.

Very interesting idea for an organ trio - org, tbn and dms. No organist has ever done much with trombone.

MG

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