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General Topic Discussion / Re: RIP Allen Toussaint
« Last post by this weekend on June 15, 2017, 01:33:55 PM »
This is gonna be a good'n....

https://www.jambase.com/article/exclusive-premiere-stanton-moore-shares-things-allen-toussaint-tribute

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Drummer Stanton Moore will release With You In Mind: The Songs Of Allen Toussaint on July 21 via Mascot Label Group/Cool Green Recordings. Moore and his trio of keyboardist David “Tork” Torkanowsky and bassist James Singleton are joined by the LP by a bevy of New Orleans musicians to honor the late Allen Toussaint including Cyril Neville, Maceo Parker, Trombone Shorty and Wendell Pierce. Today, JamBase is pleased to premiere one of the Toussaint covers from the LP ahead of its release next month.

One of the tracks featured on With You In Mind: The Songs Of Allen Toussaint is the ballad “All These Things.” The original was famously sung by a young Art Neville in 1962 before the keyboardist/vocalist went on to form The Meters. Vocalist Jolynda Kiki Chapman does the honors of singing “All These Things” on Moore’s album. Jolynda is best known in New Orleans for singing with her mother, Topsy Chapman.

Here’s what Stanton had to tell JamBase about Chapman:

David Torkanowsky told me that I absolutely had to get Kiki to sing on the record. To be honest, the first time I heard her sing was in my headphones while we were recording the song. When she started singing, the hair on my arms and the back of my neck literally started standing up. I realized in a split-second what an amazing talent she is. I took the rough mix home that night, opened a bottle of wine and played it for my girlfriend… she looked at me and burst into tears. I think that about says it all.


https://soundcloud.com/stantonmooremusic/all-these-things-feat-jolynda
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Entertainment / Re: The Dark Tower
« Last post by birdman on June 15, 2017, 12:18:03 PM »
I heard the movie doesn't feature Eddie, Susanna, or OY. Hence the movie is worthless in my eyes. Nothing like skipping over the whole KaTet thing. :samurai:

The movie is billed as "The last time around the wheel". King has made it clear that this is a continuation/actual end of the story and not a translation of the books.
well I'm going to turn my back and ignore it
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Entertainment / Re: The Dark Tower
« Last post by mistercharlie on June 15, 2017, 09:45:11 AM »
I heard the movie doesn't feature Eddie, Susanna, or OY. Hence the movie is worthless in my eyes. Nothing like skipping over the whole KaTet thing. :samurai:

The movie is billed as "The last time around the wheel". King has made it clear that this is a continuation/actual end of the story and not a translation of the books.
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Entertainment / Re: The Dark Tower
« Last post by birdman on June 15, 2017, 06:04:26 AM »
 I heard the movie doesn't feature Eddie, Susanna, or OY. Hence the movie is worthless in my eyes. Nothing like skipping over the whole KaTet thing. :samurai:
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Politiw00kchat / Re: Gun Talk Re: have you heard about...?
« Last post by mbw on June 14, 2017, 09:43:02 PM »
Today I hate bad aim.  Oh wait, wrong thread.
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Entertainment / Re: All Things ViDEO GAMES
« Last post by tet on June 14, 2017, 08:10:36 PM »
So I have an xbox one now.

Not too many games.

What should I buy myself for Father's day?

depends what sort of stuff you like...  shooters?  platformers?  RPG/fantasy? 
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Entertainment / Re: The Dark Tower
« Last post by mistercharlie on June 14, 2017, 08:06:51 PM »
Well here we are six years later and we finally have this...

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Politiw00kchat / Re: Gun Talk Re: have you heard about...?
« Last post by slslbs on June 14, 2017, 06:06:24 PM »
well, if all the Congressmen were armed and shot back at this guy, it wouldn't have happened, right?
 :roll:
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Random YouTube Music Video Blowout
« Last post by this weekend on June 14, 2017, 02:10:00 PM »
So glad Vulfpeck isn't Trey's backing band.

I'm with you there. That sit-in was void of musical interaction. Trey didn't especially kill it either though, imo. Was he playing out of one of those fenders behind him?

Holy shit Scott, this is smooth.
Can't wait for more.

Thanks! I'm trying to maximize my gigging potential for when we move out to Colorado so this seemed to make sense....

this is relevant >



Stuttering keyboards FTW. That drummer dude is pretty good too.

Yeah, I'm lovin' the Hammond work... just a really straight clean tone. So many B3 players lean on swells and all the cool sounds you can make the thing do. His style on these two songs is to lean on the innate clarity of tone of the Leslie. Much more Booker T. Jones than Gregg Allman, if you know what I mean.

I thought the drummer was just ok.  :wtu:
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Random YouTube Music Video Blowout
« Last post by mopper_smurf on June 14, 2017, 02:04:15 PM »
So glad Vulfpeck isn't Trey's backing band.

I'm with you there. That sit-in was void of musical interaction. Trey didn't especially kill it either though, imo. Was he playing out of one of those fenders behind him?

Holy shit Scott, this is smooth.
Can't wait for more.

Thanks! I'm trying to maximize my gigging potential for when we move out to Colorado so this seemed to make sense....

this is relevant >



Stuttering keyboards FTW. That drummer dude is pretty good too.
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