Couldn’t have asked for a sunnier day to fill the airwaves with today’s classic sounds of yester-century. Thanks to Capitoloists Rita and Denise for welcoming us and being enthusiasmic and of very good cheerful. Thanks-you to our friends who came out to have a particular listen, and spescially to Linda and Jerry for documentating and thus making the event re-memorable, and to Jerry the B for the backroom deal (now I can go to eleven if so I choose). Our first gig in the Larger World with Norm back in the folder, amonkst us.
Playing for you and me (and your little brother, and your grandma, and your cousin who is 35 and still living at home).
Bruddah Ron, Painted Girl, Smooth Touch Rahul, Cap “the Animal” Cap, Christo-Pierre, and Young Norm, all staring at the ground with an intensity to make the very rocks crack beneath our well-soled feet.
Bruddah Ron pelting the skins, bare-handedly and with an aplomb (or two).
Pseudo-gallic prisoner out on a weekend pass.
Smooth Fingers Rahul on lead, spinning a little Black Magic.
Islands, sub-continents, über land masses…and South Jersey – many flavors at the salad bar.
All the usual subsets, the whole lineup, including Painted Girl, our new mascoff.
Smooth Fingers layin’ down some quality, high-end, melodic runs for the Black Magical Woman and her lusty entourage of healthy femininity.
Golden chestnut warhorses soon to be supplemented with music from the 21st century…we may go left we may go right, but expect heavenly choirs of angels and those chords that go bump in the night…