Churches can be great places to play vibes, especially solo. Hauke plays great and I love the reverb!
These are on Facebook. We have a vibesworkshop.com Facebook page. So go on Facebook and search for vibesworkshop.com in the FACEBOOK search bar.
Here is a poster for todays (March 29th, 2020) events.
Hi everyone! This is my solo version of A Time For Love by Johnny Mandel. I love this tune and I was going to perform this on my senior recital tonight, but due to the coronavirus it has been canceled. However, I thought I would share this piece with you all here instead. Enjoy and stay safe!!
This is classic Lionel Hampton. It has all his tricks and signature moves. That is Ray Brown on bass and Buddy Rich on drums, so Lionel was right at home.
It's from the mid 1950's so it shows the influence that some of the more modern players like Milt Jackson were already starting to have on his playing. Mostly, his subdivisions are close to a triplet feel, but he does vary it and sometimes play straight eighths and other times, a dotted eighth/sixteenth feel.
He sounds great!!
Here's the information for the online workshop.
We're doing it on a program called Zoom. Zoom is a very easy program to use. Just click the link and download the app and you should be able to figure it out.
We'll start at 12:00 EST 16:00 UTC
Here's the information:
Tony Miceli is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Vibesworkshop Presents David Friedman
Time: Mar 22, 2020 12:00pm Eastern Time (US and Canada) 16:00 UTC
What do you think? It's early Gary! I love to hear him and know he was so young.