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Sent my buddy to La Chope to see Ninine.. PICS!
..he took his wife to Paris for a week so I told him he'd better head over to check out one of my favorite players. My friend's an electric blues gui…
When to look and when not to look?
After a couple of weeks into the Gypsy Picking book, I realized I was looking at my right hand the whole time while doing the first two picking patte…
New CD: Djangology and To Bi or Not to Bi 2 CDs
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Listen To Us Live from WUNH Jazz Hour
You will have to fast forward through the first couple minutes because the tail end of the previous "Punk Rock" Show got mixed in the beginning.<br /…
Listen To us Live on WUNH Jazz Hour
You will have to fast forward through the first couple minutes because the tail end of the previous "Punk Rock" Show got mixed in the beginning. <br …
I want to buy a gypsy guitar, but I'd like to try one first
So I think I'm ready to take the plunge, but I'd like to test drive a few models before I make the purchase. <br /> <br /> Does anyone know of some S…
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
This is a great tune by Cole Porter. It's so congenial with gypsy jazz that I wonder whether Porter wrote it (in 1943) with Django in mind. As for …
Who to listen to for Rhythm?
This is more or less a response to something Michael mentioned in a recent post about listening to someone's rhythm and emulating that. My question …
You'd be so nice to come home to!
Heey, :D <br /> <br /> Does anyone know where I can get a hold off tabs to "You'd be so nice to come home to" by Biel Ballester Trio?<br /> <br /> / …
Places to stay/ bars to check out in Paris?
I'm sure this has been adressed somewhere, but I'm taking my lady to Paris in January. Any ideas of affordable, yet hip places to stay?<br /> <br />…
Free site to listen to concerts
You guys may be familiar with this site, but I was not. You can play for free and download for a cost. Did not see any GJ but a really nice Jazz page…
Cool things to do to a Gitane dg-255
Well, now that I'm moving up the gypsy jazz ladder, I'm thinking about buying a new guitar. I have already replaced the tuners and tailpiece on my Gi…
Whether to buy asian or us/european
hey, need some help deciding what to buy. I'm a big fan of the favino sound and have been looking at the dell'arte angelo debarre guitar and a couple…
options for Bringing guitar on plane to Django June
Hey there friends,<br /> <br /> I'm trying to decide last minute whether or not to go to Django in june, and I'm looking at all the ifs, ands, and wh…
Speed kills the swing/time to get back to dancing.
Hello there folks, advanced warning, this post is likely going to upset and perhaps offend some (for which I apologize in advance), but I'm also fair…
Joscho Stephane to come to Midwest Fest
It's early - doesn't take place until September - but just saw that in the lineup to our local fest, the [url=http://midwestgypsyswingfest.com/]Midw…
FS: 11 GJ CDs, all imports $110 shipped to US
Have the following CDs for sale. All are 100% dead mint, as-new with covers, notes etc.<br /> <br /> Joseph Reinhardt - Joue Django<br /> Martin Weis…
Another which guitar to buy question (mid to high end)
Hi everyone,<br /> I'm an experienced guitar and mandolin player, mostly playing bluegrass. I've been fortunate to own some really nice vintage and …
Invite to my new How to Play Western Swing Guitar blog
Hello all - it has been a while since I posted anything or have been active. I'd like to say that I've been woodshedding, but actually the day job h…
How to transcribe Django from recordings not tuned to A440?
Hey there,<br /> <br /> For my ear training practice, I would like to begin figuring out some Django solos on my own, without TAB. The only problem i…
Bring George Washingmachine to US
edited March 2012
Encourage promoters to bring George Washingmachine to a US Djangofest event.
87 Rue de Dunkerque: "The bow must go up and down."
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