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Latest Activity: Feb 21

A New Jerusalem -- Unbreakable Band

This is the Live at AFRIKADEY viddie I tried to post this week... getting better at this stuff...


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Best Jamming Songs

Started by Eric Vengroff. Last reply by Ovie Jul 26, 2013. 6 Replies

Progressive Rock at the Orbit Room - Sept. 17th

Started by William Hare. Last reply by Shawn O'Shea May 17, 2013. 2 Replies

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Comment by Mary-Thayer Zadra on August 28, 2008 at 11:42am
Nice to know there's a place for us "seasoned"!! musicians! I am retiring in April, looking around to come up with a project involving other musicians. I'm teaching vocals & piano til then! Haven't beeen playing with other musicians in a group as my schedule is too packed...Looking forward to more free time to devote to writing & fooling around with other like minded individuals! Peace said the "older hippie'...Mary-Thayer Zadra, Ottawa
Comment by Bill Dow on August 24, 2008 at 10:26pm
I play keyboard and write .. well mostly Gospel, with the odd love song.I am shown on a Bill Gaither DVD.. made here in Toronto, Canada.I love the " old " hymns but I appreciate an upbeat best..
Comment by Louise on August 23, 2008 at 1:50am
I'm Louise and I enjoy almost all kinds of music.
I don't care for heavy metal (hard to believe that it is considered by some to be music).
Rap isn't a favourite of mine either.
I have several different music web sites that I like.
Am I allowed to post them here?
Comment by Guitar Guy on August 13, 2008 at 12:31pm
Great group! I love music of all types. I started a group for Fingerstyle Guitar Fans today. If you like that type of music, please join. It's great to have discussion forum for zoomers.

Keep on Zoomin' !
Comment by Neil Morris on August 11, 2008 at 8:09am
I'm with you on this one, Larry. I grew up playing bass in a Pentecostal Church and we certainly tried quite a few "fusions" in that time.

I remember attending a church in Philadelphia where the choir was led by a tuba, trumpet and banjo. It was pretty close to Dixie, just at slower tempos -- kinda sounded like "Joplin meets Clapton" on a banjo! Still one of the most unique approaches to gospel I have witnessed in person.

Do you have any cool Dixie or Gospel trax to share? Most any gospel I have left (backslider!) is still in analog format.

I am heavily influenced by blues, country, r&b, soul, reggae, trad' jazz, etc. but always have an ear out for others' tastes too!

Cheers and welcome to ZoomerMusicians.
Comment by Larry Mitchell on August 10, 2008 at 11:37am
Hello. That's me with one of my favourite musicians.
It's been in my head for some time now that Dixieland and Evangelical Christian choruses would make a happy marriage.

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