Original Music (And Not So Original)

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Tone Weaver
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Original Music (And Not So Original)

Post by Tone Weaver » Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:11 pm

For you beatniks and fans of modern jazz, (both of you ;) ) I just uploaded some of my father’s original music. The live quartet jam is followed by his original multi-track overdubs, plus commentary. You'll be some of the first people in decades to hear this.

https://soundcloud.com/user-506023349-666629995

For you rocker/blues types, I offer a couple youtube videos of my band:
On Guitar:

Karmic Haze
All Along the Watchtower


I’m No Angel

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On Bass:

The Forty-two:
Infernetto Blues

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Re: Original Music (And Not So Original)

Post by Tone Weaver » Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:11 pm

Since posting my father's music I've learned a bit of history behind it.

He plays clarinet and alto sax with a quartet featuring his student Don Bays on piano, and the bass player from Don's college band.

Turns out the bass player for the 1968 session was Andy Stein, of Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen. He was later a regular on Prairie Home Companion and played with Wynton Marsalis's Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.

He now owns my father's old clarinet. A worthy heir, for sure.

Here's Stein with Tichy at the Hollywood Bowl 7/21/74, opening for the Grateful Dead, and playing through the Wall of Sound.


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Two Chord Waltz;


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