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Sunday 18 February 2018 – Angie and Dave, The Mighty Tap Room, Maldon

I arrived at this small bar in Maldon High Street with Angie and quickly set up as all we had was an AER amplifier, a microphone and my guitar. We started at 3pm with about six people in the bar but by the peak it was very busy indeed with people singing along and shaking shakers. I wasn’t plugged in so I had to strum very hard for three hours but my fingers fortunately feel okay afterwards. The guitar playing on a couple of songs including America by Razor Light were just a bit too soft to be heard properly. It was a very successful gig. Dave Hawkes performed a few self-penned songs in our breaks and Angie’s friend Barry took some decent looking photos which we can use for publicity. The venue have asked us back on 27th May. Looking forward to it but I will take a Yamaha semi-acoustic rather than my Simon and Patrick acoustic guitar and plug it in, maybe through my looper.

Saturday 17 February 2017 – HOFS jazz co-op

There is a bit of a shortage of bass players in the area at the moment so I was asked to play bass for the 20 strong jazz co-operative as they worked their way through a list of tunes under the tutelage of sax player John. We started with a quick tune, Boogie Stop Shuffle by Charles Mingus. Fortunately I had worked out the bass part beforehand otherwise I wouldn’t have kept up with the eighth note bass line.  We then did Filthy McNasty, in particular the intro, before getting stuck into some Art Pepper tunes. First up was True Blues, a 12 bar piece with a 12 bar tag between solos. Mambo Koyama followed and again I had looked at the written bass part beforehand so had a chance of playing it in time with the saxes. We finished with short renditions of the ballad Patricia and up tempo Chili Pepper followed by a long version of Sonnymoon For Two in which everyone, including me, got a chance to solo. 

Later that day: D’Ukes were back at the White Hart, Grays. We squeezed into the usual small corner and performed our 30 song set to an audience that gradually got our side and genuinely seemed to love it by the end. It was a mild evening for a February and we will be back on 13th October.

Thursday 15 February 2018 – practice with Gil

Gil of G2 fame came round for a practice. We warmed up by practicing playing all major scales going round the circle of fifths in the 4th position starting on either G or G#/Ab. We then played through a number of tunes including Billie’s Bounce, Scrapple From The Apple, Stella By Starlight, Midnight Blue and Gone With The Wind.

Later that day: D’Ukes are in the process of recording a new CD and to make sure that we have enough good live recordings to choose tracks from we went to the Three Elms tonight and recorded ourselves performing a set. I arrived first and helped Peter the landlord move tables out of the way. Mike arrived next and we set up the speakers and other gear in readiness. Once everyone had turned up, plus a small audience of friends and locals, we set about playing the songs. Some were fine straight away but one or two required re-takes such as Angels and You Know I’m No Good. I messed up a couple of things including my solo in Duelling Banjos but nothing that cannot be fixed during the mixing process or re-recording. I think everyone made a few mistakes that will need correcting but on the whole I was very pleased with the end result. By 10:30pm we had finished recording and after packing up and everyone else had gone home I hung around and had a beer with the landlord. 

Wednesday 14 February 2018 – HOFS jazz session

Four front liners plus myself, John on bass and Richard on drums turned up for today’s session at HOFS. We warmed up on Sandu and then tackled Art Pepper’s Mambo Koyama which is simple on the face of it but took a while to get right. It is certainly improving my sight reading doing tunes like this. ‘For fun’ we then did Midnight Blue into which I threw some of my recently gleaned Kenny Burrell licks, not that anyone noticed I expect. Nowadays I am spending more of my practice time at home transcribing solos off records especially Kenny Burrell tunes. We finished with another Art Pepper tune, Chili Pepper, which is a contrafact of Tea For Two. It was ok. Just. 

Later that day: I headed back down the A130 for the second time today, this time to play with Interplay at the Railway Hotel. This was Martin’s last gig on bass and for whatever reason it turned out to be one of our better ones. Mistakes (the sort the audience probably wouldn’t notice) were fairly absent and the sound of the band seemed better than usual. I always try and place my amplifier behind me on the right hand side so that I can hear it with my good ear – the left ear is almost completely deaf –  but in this venue, because of the stage position, I have to place it in front of one of the entrance doors. Fortunately nobody tried using it. I was pleased to be getting some ideas into my solos that I had been working on including playing shorter phrases, following guide tones during Autumn Leaves (an idea taken from Jim Mullen), some blues licks courtesy of Kenny Burrell, various enclosures and playing upper triads (e.g. Cm triad over an Am7b5 chord). I came away from the gig much happier than I often do. Even My Funny Valentine went well – it has had a tendency to go wrong in the past for some reason. A much better gig and the audience seemed to appreciate us – we were even getting some decent yelps by the end of the final tune, Caravan.

Tuesday 13 February 2018 – Guitars Galore

I went round to their practice room for another session. Last time I gave them Imagine (John Lennon) to work on and they performed that for me to listen to. After giving them some advice on strumming patterns and getting them to practise the tricky chord changes in the pre-chorus (C Cmaj7 E E7 all in one bar for example) we moved on to some rock and roll. The plan was to teach them Route 66 but instead we spent the rest of the session working on the rock and roll shuffle beat played on the lower strings using the Johnny B. Goode chords in the key of A as a template.

Monday 12 February 2018 – practice with Graham and Mick

This is the first session for nearly a couple of months. We started with Misty, Sweet Georgia Brown and Stella By Starlight and then The Girl From Ipanema and Cantaloupe Island. The latter didn’t go so well on the first attempt so we stopped for a break of coffee and biscuits. This seemed to do the trick as the next attempt was much better. We finished the morning with Once I Have Loved (I need to work on the melody of the bridge) and Autumn Leaves during which I tried out a few Jim Mullen licks that I had learned at his recent gig.

Later that day: Ted came round for a lesson and showed me his new resonator ukulele which he had made himself, including the body, the neck and the fretboard which he had measured and fitted with frets made from welding wire. It played very nicely and sounded great. He’s a clever chap!

Even later that day: The Monday Evening Guitar Group guys came round for another session. Before tuning up we had a chat about why they come along to the sessions. There were interesting answers ranging from the obvious learning aims to the more personal reasons. We started the musical side of the evening by looking at the interval of a major 6th. I demonstrated it using the intro to the Sam and Dave song, Soul Man, (as played by Steve Cropper). We reviewed the F major pentatonic scale from last week and then strummed F Dm Gm C7 (a “1625”) and soloed over it using the F major pentatonic scale. To avoid it sounded disconnected from the music I suggested some chord tones such as A F G C and F A D G to use as ‘waymarkers’ through the chord sequence. We listened to Hugh Masekela’s Grazing In The Grass (same chords) and strummed along using a little harmony line that I had picked out from the record.

Sunday 11 February 2018 – Blues Experience rehearsal

All here except John and Mark. We carried on working on the set list. Born Under A Bad Sign is now in A and the intro is no longer of a fixed length. Down At The Chicken Shack, Work Song, Key To The Highway and Help Me all sounded good. The intro to Pretty Woman still needs some work as it is one of the trickier parts of the repertoire. Hopefully will have some new gigs to announce in the near future.

Saturday 10 February 2018 – D’Ukes, The Norton Pub, Cold Norton

I’ve lost track of how many times we have played here but it’s always this time of the year. For a change we played at the other end of the pub which was better from an audience point of view though less space for us. It was a smaller audience than we usually get here but by the end they were shouting for more.

Friday 9 February 2018 – Interplay rehearsal

All present today for the first time since before Christmas. We went though some of the tunes we are playing at the Railway Hotel on Valentine’s Day next week. John suggested a less busy strum pattern for Groovy Samba (something like |D–U–D-|D—–D-|) which worked well. The Sidewinder, Stablemates and Bemsha Swing were fine but Eye Of The Hurricane still needs work and will be dropped for now. Blue Daniel is tricky for soloists as it’s 14 bar sequence doesn’t naturally end and there is a danger of either the soloist never stopping or crashing into the next soloist’s chorus. Of course we are going to play My Funny Valentine and that sounded fine in 6/8 time.

Thursday 8 February 2018 – D’Ukes rehearsal

No Martin today so we worked on tunes he is not heavily involved in. Having said that we strummed through What A Wonderful World which he sings and then played Hound Dog, Ruby, Runaway and Walking On The Moon. Finally, we listened to three songs on Spotify that we are considering working on next: Torn (Natalie Imbruglia), You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Meat Loaf) and Sweet Dreams (Eurythmics).

Wednesday 7 February 2018 – DWJQ rehearsal

First rehearsal of 2018 prior to our regular gig at the Three Elms later in the month and we’ve now got John officially on bass. Most of the tunes sounded absolutely fine and ‘ready to gig’ except the following that need some work: Midnight Blue (establishing the actual melody line accurately), I Hear A Rhapsody (getting the tempo up), Equinox (firming up the timing) and Have You Met Miss Jones (getting it swinging nicely). The other 12 all sounded great and ready to be performed and these four are very close to being ready. With a bit effort I could gig without song sheets in front of me. I Hear A Rhapsody is the one causing me (and everyone else I think) the most difficulty. A good start to the year for the DWJQ.

Later that day: Angie came round for a rehearsal prior to our gig at the Mighty Oak Tap Room in Maldon on Sunday afternoon, 18th February. We have a set list of about 36 songs though we have performed most of them before. Today we went through the dozen or so new ones. I’ve still got a little work to do on America (Razor Light) but other than that I think I am pretty much ready to go. We will be unamplified on the day so I’ll be playing my Simon & Patrick acoustic guitar and Angie will be singing without even a microphone. 

Tuesday 6 February 2018 – Matt Watts, Bardswell, Brentwood

I make a point of going to the Bardswell jazz club on Tuesday evenings if I am not doing anything else. Tonight it was the turn of Matt Watts and his quartet to entertain me and they certainly did. Dave Chamberlain was like a thumping machine on the double bass, very quick and precise and I liked Matt’s phrasing during his solos. Leon Greening was playing like he came from another planet on the piano and Matt Fishwick provided the spark on drums. They performed great versions of This I Dig Of You and Star Eyes plus several compositions I didn’t recognise including some of Matt’s. It was a small audience so I figured that I would stand a better chance than usual if bought more raffle tickets than usual. I didn’t win anything.

Monday 5 February 2018 – practice with Graham, John and Mick

Another Essex Easter Jazz practice session. This time Graham was effectively being supported by the DWJQ rhythm section! We went through the tunes from last week and added two new ones, Chameleon and The Lady Is A Tramp. That’s seven out of the ten so far and most of them worked more or less straight away as we had all obviously put in some practice beforehand. We still need to do Don’t You Worry About A Thing, Song Of The Anvil and Chicken Strut. And not forgetting the coda of Chameleon.

Later that day: as always I host the Monday Guitar Group session on Monday evenings and today after the usual tune up we warmed up by playing the G major scale in various positions on the neck. Today’s “interval”was a minor 3rd (Smoke On The Water, Goodbye Farewell) so I got them to hear and memorise the sound and then tested them by mixing it in with other intervals. The warm up strum was on the chords to My Girl (Temptations) and the major pentatonic riff in tribute to Dennis Edwards who died recently. After the tea break we looked at the bass riff to Papa Was A Rolling Stone and in particular the timing of it and then finished the evening by jamming on blues in A and then E.

Sunday 4 February 2018 – Blues Experience rehearsal

Good rehearsal today with everyone except the bass player, Martin. We warmed up on Born In Chicago (with stops after first verse and at the end of tag ending) and Pretty Woman (I must remember that the solos are over 12 bar progressions!). We then spent some time working on Born Under A Bad Sign (which will feature a baritone solo), Hoochie Coochie Man and One More Heartache (now in Em with a switch to percussion after my solo). We made a start on Stormy Monday but quickly realised that the chords to Freddie King’s version are very different to the jazzier Allman Brothers version. I’ll go home and work them out.

Friday 2 February 2018 – Interplay rehearsal

No John to day so we went through a few of the tunes we are performing at our first gig of 2018, at the Railway Hotel on 14th Feb. These included Eye Of The Hurricane (I need to work out the Fm voicing I should play), Little Rootie Tootie (again there is a chord I need to find a voicing for, difficult when it is a Thelonious Monk piano chord), Blue Daniel, Filthy McNasty (there’s a new intro), Groovy Samba (Richard emplying a shaker) and The Sidewinder.

Thursday 1 February 2018 – D’Ukes rehearsal

After a long chat about various upcoming gigs in the summer we rehearsed What A Wonderful World (which is ready to gig), Bang Bang (which I’ve suggested different chords for), Hound Dog (which now has stops at either end of my solo), Runaway (which has been a bit more arranged) and Walking On The Moon (which is coming together gradually).

Wednesday 31 January 2018 – practice with John

John came round to run through all the tunes for the first DWJQ gig of the year. Sixteen in all as usual – some went smoothly, others needed a bit of attention but on the whole they are all on the way to being ready soon. The last one we did was St Thomas and John was wondering if we always perform this tune – we’ve done 42 gigs and indeed St Thomas is the most played tune, but only 25 times. Looking forward to the first gig with John as our official bass player.

Monday 29 January 2018 – Monday Guitar Group

After a tune up we warmed up by playing the C major starting on different strings and also looked at the 3 fingers per fret approach. We then continued looking at intervals, this time the major 3rd (e.g. the opening notes of While Shepherds Watch Their Flocks). I played them various intervals on the guitar and asked them to say which ones were major thirds. The warm up strum was based on the Cranberries song, Linger (D A6 C, G), and after the break we made a start on Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds by learning the intro which was originally played on a celeste I think.

Sunday 28 January 2018 – Blues Experience rehearsal

My first rehearsal for six weeks and we warmed up on Callin’ On My Darlin’, Hideaway Chitlins Con Carne and Walkin’ Blues. We then spent more time on Pretty Woman, Born Under A Bad Sign and One More Heartache. 

Later that day: I went to see the Jim Mullen Trio at the Royal Tiger and got there to find in the audience a dozen other (mostly) sax players I know who go to the same workshops as I do. After our buffet style meal of Indian food the band came on and played through a set of standards, all easy going stuff with no outlandish soloing or quirky riffs. I liked Jim’s endlessly fluid soloing full of melodic ideas which made it very accessible and threw in several musical quotes to keep you guessing. He might have slightly overdone this latter idea as I heard Stranger In Paradise quoted in two separate solos. Nevertheless, it was a great evening’s guitar playing and I had a perfect view of his fretboard and fingers. Two ideas came to me as a result of watching him play: isolate and learn the 16 3rds/7ths that navigate through the Autumn Leaves melody and use them as a basis for soloing, and find a way of running up and down arpeggios (rather than scales) diagonally, maybe using triads and enclosures to achieve this (to be explored).

Meanwhile, Gil handed over an excellent painting he had done of me which I proudly showed to the others. The aim was to capture me in dramatic lighting while playing guitar which he certainly achieved.

Saturday 27 January 2018 – D’Ukes, Blue Boar Beer Festival

I got a phone call in the afternoon to say the weather was drying and warming up this evening so we were going to be playing outside, which meant more layers of clothing and fingerless gloves for me. We played for three hours with only a couple of short breaks and went down very well. Even our version of Hound Dog was a winner, a song we had only rehearsed a couple of times on Thursday. Modesty as always prevents me from saying that possibly (not definitely) the biggest cheer of the night was at the end of Comfortably Numb and I was particularly pleased with my solo which started off a little stiffly because of my cold fingers but eventually got going and ended up being significantly longer than usual with extra ideas thrown in. We’ll be back for the much bigger beer festival on 4th May.

Earlier that day: there must have been well over 20 people in attendance at Dominic Ashworth’s morning workshop at HOFS. There were four guitarists plus all the usual saxes and other instruments, and the reason I attended was because the focus was on Kenny Burrell. We spent the first half on Chitlins Con Carne which I must admit I was fairly familiar with but I liked Dominic’s way of breaking down the C7#9 arpeggio. We then spent a short period of time on Lyresto, Midnight Blue and All Night Long. He pointed out some interesting alternative chords for the solos during Midnight Blue which I hadn’t appreciated though I knew something was different. It was good to see lots of friendly faces including John from Interplay who gave me my Christmas present (finally!) and John from D’Ukes on bass.

Friday 26 January 2018 – Interplay rehearsal

No John today but we started resurrecting some old tunes for possible inclusion at gigs in 2018. These included Blue Daniel, Eye Of The Hurricane, Little Rootie Tootie, Bemsha Swing and The Sidewinder. Bobby Broom does a good version of Bemsha Swing on his Plays For Monk CD. 

Thursday 25 January 2018 – D’Ukes rehearsal

We’re in the middle of recording a live CD at various venues so tonight we rehearsed some of the tunes we will be recording on Saturday. In fact we played them so well we wished we had recorded them tonight! The remainder of the evening was spent on new tunes, in particular, Hound Dog (in D minor and then D major) and What A Wonderful World. Other tunes we need to work on next time include Bang Bang, Runaway and Walking On The Moon.

Wednesday 24 January 2018 – practice with John

The two of us worked our way through the four Kenny Burrell tunes that will be featured at the Dominic Ashworth workshop on Saturday. We then had a run through a couple of EEJ tunes, Sweet Georgia Brown and Midnight Voyage.

Later that day: I went down to Hadleigh to play some jazz tunes with the HOFS group. Again we ran through the four Kenny Burrell tunes plus a mixture of others including Daahoud, Sandu and the Spin.

Monday 22 January 2018 – practice with Graham and John

Essex Easter Jazz course is coming up in a few weeks so the three of us started looking at the tunes that will be studied. Today we made a start on five of the ten, namely Midnight Voyage, Have You Met Miss Jones, Equinox, Sweet Georgia Brown and I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free.

Later that day: I had a good session with the Monday Guitar Group. We finally completed the learning and playing of Time Is Tight. Before that we looked at our second interval, the perfect 4th, and then in tribute to the recently deceased Jim Rodford we played Hold Your Head Up (Argent) featuring his iconic bass riff.

Saturday 20 January 2018 – Pegasus, Bar 21, Southend

Pegasus is a sextet comprising Interplay’s four members plus Stef (trumpet) and Kirsty (vocals). We were booked to play at a gathering after a gallery of Stef’s father’s art work which was opening in Southend. I arrived and unloaded my gear and already people were starting to wander in. Eventually there were well over 100 people crammed into this sea front bar. We started off with Bags’ Groove instrumentally and then proceeded through several Interplay standards but with vocal choruses added by Kirsty. I started really getting into it during the second set and was pleased to get a few new ideas into my Autumn Leaves solo. We finished with an energetic version of Caravan.

Friday 19 January 2018 – D’Ukes, Peggy Sue’s Music Bar

I always have a slight feeling of trepidation when we play a venue for the first time, usually because I am concerned that nobody will turn up having convinced the manager to book us based on our large following. We arrived to find the venue deserted, small and cold so we set up in what little space there was. After a quiet start, by 9pm the place was almost full. Every song was concluded by a large cheer which was fortunate because we were recording this for our next album, a live one. For this reason I think we were all playing a little hesitantly at first, not that the audience would have noticed, and one or two mistakes crept in, but they can be corrected later. By the end of the evening the whole bar was singing along and some were dancing. It was a raucous night and the bar manager and owner were both very pleased and keen to book us back.

Earlier that day: On Saturday I will be playing at Pier 21 in Southend with a band comprising Interplay band members augmented by Stef on trumpet and Kirsty on vocals. This afternoon we rehearsed the ten or so tunes we will be playing including Caravan, The Lady Is A Tramp, Midnight Voyage, It Ain’t Necessarily So and Bags’ Groove.

Thursday 18 January 2018 – D’Ukes rehearsal

We’re playing at Peggy Sue’s tomorrow, our first gig of the year, so we went to The Three Elms to rehearse and ran through the entire set which of course took more than a couple of hours. But it was worth it and I for one felt much more confident about performing the songs, especially as we will also be recording it for a possible new CD.

Wednesday 17 January 2018 – practice with John

We’re both playing at a forthcoming workshop featuring the music of Kenny Burrell so we started the morning working on four tunes: All Night Long, Midnight Blue, Chitlins Con Carne and Lyresto. After spending a brief amount of time on Clifford Brown’s Sandu and Daahoud we spent the rest of the session playing a couple of slower tunes, Moonlight In Vermont and Darn That Dream which might work with the new look DWJQ which is due to have its first outing in February.

Later that day: Angie came round for our first rehearsal of the year which mainly involved running through the dozen or so new songs we are learning for the next gig. We finished by playing through some riffy rock songs such as Black Night which might find its way into the set one day.

Tuesday 16 January 2018 – Tenor Madness, Bardswell, Brentwood

I went to Bardswell with a few other jazzer friends to see a great sextet, Tenor Madness, re-enacting the music of Spike Robinson’s band of the 1990s, today featuring three of the top tenor players in the country, Alan Barnes, Derek Nash and Vasilis Xenopolous. They were all on top form as they ripped through tunes such as Tickle Toe, The Note and Tenor Madness itself. It was one of the few gigs I have been to where not only did I want them to play longer, I wished each of their solos were longer. They were so full of exciting ideas but having three players meant their solos were necessarily shorter than usual. Great fun from the front line supported by an excellent rhythm section including Bobby Worth on drums.

Monday 15 January 2018 – Monday Guitar Group

After tuning up we warmed up our fingers playing the C major scale, up/down and down/up over two octaves. This led to a look at the intervals involved in a major scale. I played them the interval of a perfect 5th and gave them examples of tunes that begin with that interval: My Favourite Things and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. I then played them a variety of intervals and asked them to identify which one was the perfect 5th. We then strummed the chords Bm G E A and worked out some single and double lines through the chords. After the break we spent the rest of the session continuing to work on Time Is Tight, notably the riff and main melody.

Thursday 11 January 2018 – Practice with Gil

It has been a while but it’s always good to play with Gil as a jazz guitar duo. We started with the relatively straight forward Blue Monk and then moved on to some more challenging stuff namely Recordame, Recorda Bossa Nova, Lyresto and Joy Spring. The first two tunes were performed by Mick Foster’s quartet on Tuesday and another tune we played today, Tea For Two, was also in their set list. We finished with Stella By Starlight.

Wednesday 10 January 2018 – HOFS rehearsal

Ten people turned up for today’s HOFS session, 6 front liners and 4 in the rhythm section. We warmed up with Richard’s suggestion of Sandu (Clifford Brown) which is an Eb blues then played The Spin (Josh Kemp) and I Remember Clifford, a tune I’d like to learn properly. We finished the afternoon with one of my suggestions, Midnight Blue (Kenny Burrell) and I had a couple of nice comments about my solo.

Tuesday 9 January 2018 – Guitars Galore

Back for the first session of the year we went back over The Lion Sleeps Tonight and then I introduced them to Imagine (John Lennon) which they are going to work on between now and the next session.

Later that day: having seen guitarist Colin Oxley at the 606 Club in London last year I was pleased to see that he was playing at Bardswell as part of the Mick Foster Quartet tonight. So along I went and what a treat. His fluid lines were a perfect counterpoint to Mick’s melodic sax playing. He was playing a Gibson L5 (I thought it was a Super 400 at first) though I couldn’t see what the amp was. Next week, Bardswell is hosting three of the top sax players in the country, Derek Nash, Vas Xenopolous and Alan Barnes. Looks like I’ll be going to that too.

Monday 8 January 2018 – Monday Guitar Group

After tuning up we warmed up playing the A major scale at increasing speeds and then played ascending 4 note cells based on this scale. There is a copyright news item around at the moment: Radiohead lawyers are suing Lana Del Ray for copying Creep on her song Get Free so we listened to that followed by The Air That I Breathe and Dock Of The Bay – other tunes that are similar. After strumming through Creep and employing 6th note diads in the style of Steve Cropper I showed them the riffs and arpeggios in Time Is Tight (Booker T and the MGs) which we will complete next week.

Friday 5 January 2018 – Interplay rehearsal

We’ve got a gig with Stef (trumpet) and Kirsty (vocals) coming up soon so we ran through some of the tunes including Cheese Cake, My Little Suede Shoes, Caravan and Love For Sale. Stef wasn’t at the rehearsal but Kirsty sang most of the tunes using words she had either written or gleaned off the web.

Thursday 4 January 2018 – D’Ukes rehearsal

Only four of us were available for tonight’s rehearsal but we managed to still make some progress on new tunes Bang Bang, Runaway and What A Wonderful World. Bang Bang has some light and shade reminiscent of our version of Deliliah and also employs a guitar rhythm in the choruses along the lines of the riff in Led Zeppelin’s Kashmir. Martin also suggested Key To The Highway as another blues tune and we jammed on it for a few minutes.


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