Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Evolutionary Jass Band Re-up

I have been hibernating over the last four days, as the temperatures have been reaching the 100's in the Pacific Northwest. Since a recent visitor by the name of Capt Evil 1 has requested a re-up of the Evolutionary Jass Band, I figured that today was the perfect day for a quick re-up post.

I hope the rest of you are dealing well with the heat, and/or having a fantastic summer basking in the sun.

Here is a link to the original review I wrote about Evolutionary Jass Band's debut record Change of Scene.










Evolutionary Jass Band:
Change of Scene and Devotion
From: Change of Scene [Community Library, 2006]

I promise that I will be back soon to share some more gems, but for now I will be enduring the unbearable heat with fans and ice packs. See you soon!

8 comments:

No-head said...

Thanks Kevin, I bought this album on the strength of a mention in one of your podcasts a wee while ago. It's great to hear people just making good jazz music and having fun with it. I would love to see them on this side of the pond some day. BTW it's cold and wet here and has beeen all July. :(

Capt EviL 1 said...

Thanks very much!

FroggyDew said...

Good stuff again. The track Devotion reminds me of the first track of "Ole Coltrane" (from John Coltrane of course), which I advise anybody liking this to get.

PatheJazz78 said...

For your attention:

Don't let "Simon666" fool you. Simon Hunt is supporting the mentally ill "Rab Hines" (another anonymous web entity) for more than three years-- for the sole purpose of libeling a German jazz musician named Leicht. More about the matter here:

Slander and Libel at Call It Anything Blog

Like "Hines", Simon 666 is one of the most notorious and disgusting trolls on the internet.

Cheers,

Dave

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Martin said...

Anyone who has followed "Rab Hines's" obsessive Bruno dirt at Call It Anything has seen that "Hines's" sole purpose is to spoil the name of a well-known German trumpeter.

CIA is not about jazz. For "Hines", it's about terror, libel, and involving music lovers in his stalking activities. Anyone supporting "Hines" risks a visit from the authorities all-too-soon.

"Hines" is an unemployed, mentally ill person from New Jersey masquerading himself as a jazz fan. Though nobody knows his real name, his voice can be heard at Bruno's Alert Blog. Well-known is his IP address under which "Hines" spammed literally hundreds (!) of jazz blogs with pedophile comments.

For more, simply google "Rab Hines Alert Blog". It's the very first Google entry.

jakew65 said...

It's great to hear people just making good jazz music and having fun with it. and specially this kind of jazz music