I'm not normally big on Jazz; it's not something I would regularly listen to during my daily evening music hour, but I make an exception for the exceptional Joan Chamorro band.
Here we have Eva Fernandez singing, with an amazing Sax solo from genius Luigi Grasso. Rita Payés is on bone, and Joan Chamorro is joined by Andrea Motis on back-up Saxes.
I love the way the three girls applaud Grasso's solo; they obviously have huge admiration for him. Superb.
I, in direct contrast, can't imagine life without jazz. This was a delightful performance. Thank you for sharing it!ReplyDelete
I love to see (hear) good musicianship in all genres. These young players, under the guidance of Chamorro, are quite remarkable; Andrea Motis probably now the most renowned.Delete
Not a great jazz fan Cro - but could make an exception here.ReplyDelete
These young players are so talented. Chamorro is a wonderful teacher.Delete
Brilliant ... right up my Dads alley !!!! XXXXReplyDelete
He would have loved them; I'm sure.Delete
I once 'ad that Welsh John in the back of my cab.....Delete
Not literally I hope.Delete
He's not my type!Delete
I love it. Radio 3 has jazz 5 to 6.30pm on Saturdays, just when I'm preparing the evening meal.ReplyDelete
I did actually go to an Acker Bilk concert when I was about 16; I quite enjoyed it too.Delete
Thanks for sharing Crozier. Jazz isn't usually my cup of tea either but I enjoyed that. The band seemed to have a happy togetherness.ReplyDelete
It's their youth that does it. Very enthusiastic.Delete
Jazz as instrumental music does not appeal to me, but smoky voiced female jazz singers do.ReplyDelete
Ms Fernandez does a good job; very relaxed with good phrasing. Just what it needs.Delete
I like jazz. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
It was a good one.Delete