Voici le portrait de PICOLTROP le catcheur ! Il sévit sur Paris dans le bar la "Lucha Libre" dans lequel il affronte de nombreux candidats à la castagne ! Tout cela se passe sur le seul ring de France installé dans un bar, sous les yeux ébahis de spectateurs qui ont une pinte à la main ! Une réalisation de Cédric Barbier http://www.cedricbarbier.com http://www.videaste-barbier.com http://bibix.free.fr Devenez fans sur ma page facebook ICI: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cedric-Barbier-Videaste/137671142976341
#05 Live In Paris (23/10/2011) by Lentonia Records http://www.lentonia.com. Video Love release party а L'international (Paris, 23/10/2011) avec Golden Diskу Ship (Monika enterprise/Berlin) et Kartei (WT Records/NY). More music from France - http://www.youtube.com/MusiqueFrancaiseInfo - Live videos and clips from Paris
# 03 - ASTMA and IOIOI live at GEZ-21, St.Petersburg 18.09.2013. Special thanks: A.Volkov(camera), Andrey Popovsky, Dmitry Krotevich, Nick Sudnik. Gallery of Experimental Sound 21, Pushkinskya 10, St. Petersburg, Russia. CONTACT FOR BOOKING INFORMATION: http://facebook.com/alexei.borisov Experimental Music in Russia - http://shum.info ASTMA - https://www.facebook.com/pages/ASTMA-Alexei-Borisov-and-Olga-Nosova-duo/286822864695081
Importance du cycle pilaire en épilation laser - Délai entre les séances. Les gestes de bonnes pratique sont appliqués systématiquement et évalués régulièrement. Médecine esthétique & lasers à Paris. Le savoir faire développé par le Centre Marceau se décline dans tous le processus du traitement.
Venez découvrir le monde de l'informatique libre et gratuit !Tous les 6 mois à Paris se tient une Ubuntu Party permettant la promotion du libre par la découverte du système d'exploitation alternatif Ubuntu
Clarinettist Mick Lewis was a member of our Climax Jazz Band from 1981 until 2002 and is now more or less retired from music. I had the pleasure to play with him for more than 15 years. We probably did some 200 jazz festivals together and some 1500 gigs. Mick was not just a great bandsman, but was most often featured with solo pieces, which got audiences hopping.Mick, originally from the English Midlands was very much influenced by Acker Bilk and Monty Sunshine and loved the George Lewis original recordings.In this clip Mick plays his own special feature arrangement of "Burgundy Street Blues" during the 1991 Indianapolis Jazz FestivalIn the full band:Bob Erwig, Mick Lewis, Peter Sagerman, Jack Vincken, Chris Daniels, Jamie Aug
Wolverine Blues - Bob’s music in 1965This is a recording of one of the earliest bands in which I played my trumpet. It was still in Holland, the year before I left for Canada to search for a new life. Would there be a possible way to enjoy playing my beloved horn again?At least I had a wonderful band. We worked hard, had plenty of gigs and were in the recording studio to play this tune.Today, some 45 years later, I still enjoy listening to this music. I hope you do as well.Use a headphone for optimal sound reproductionMusicians: Bob Erwig trumpet, Joop Postma clarinet, Jan Meeuwisse trombone, Dick Posthuma piano, Ad Funke banjo, Ad Wijn bass, Ted de Jong drums
South - One of my bands.This is a recording from the 2001 Sacramento Jazz Festival.In my trumpetcase I usually bring my Sony MD Walkman, as well as a fine Sony microphone. We then can record the sounds we are producing, and some are quite pleasing, at least to me. I like to share some of that with you. No further words about it, just listen and maybe enjoy.I suggest you use headphones for optimal sound.Musicians are Bob Erwig cornet, Phil Hatton clarinet, Rex Rice trombone, Gary Peterson piano, Dave Brown banjo, John Walling tubaBob Erwig
I Never Knew what a Gal could do – Climax Jazz band 1991 Already in 1925 this was recorded by the Original New Orleans Rhytm Kings with Paul Mares cornet, Santa Pecora trombone, Leon Roppolo clarinet all talented white musicians who became a sample and had influence on the musical development of Bix Beiderbecke. We practiced this great tune as well and had a chance to have it recorded while we were playing at the Indianapolis Festival in 1991. I left the band in 1996 and moved to British Columbia. I wonder if Climax still has it in their repertoire.
Amazing Grace –Ruby Wilson /Climax Jazz Band Japan 1995 This clip represents the last tune of our concert on October 15 1995 in which we play together with a carillon and a Memphis blues singer. Ruby Wilson sang Amazing Grace and the musician in the carillon tower was Dr. Jack Maassen from the Netherlands. We were invited for this series of events by a spiritual cultural organisation of about 500.000 people by the name of Shinji-Shumeeikai. This organisation was under the leadership of Mrs Koyama. We see her in this clip together with her mother who was the wife of the originator who had started this group I believe in the nineteen thirties. In our Canadian band playing for this crowd of about 8000 specially invited members: Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers clarinet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels bass and Jamie Aug drums. Ruby Wilson comes from Memphis, she often holds at B.B. King's, the epicenter of nightclub entertainment in the Mid-South. When she's out of town, she might be singing at the White House, or at a renowned jazz club in Switzerland, or on a luxury cruise in Asia.
Just a Closer Walk with Thee – Ruby Wilson/Climax Jazz Band 1995 One of the highlights of this concert, if not “THE” highlight, was Memphis blues singer Ruby Wilson being featured in “Just a Closer Walk with Thee”. She is the undisputed Queen of Beale Street, a Memphis legend who has taken the Delta blues and her powerful, emotional, unforgettable voice worldwide. When she's in Memphis, she often holds at B.B. King's, the epicenter of nightclub entertainment in the Mid-South. When she's out of town, she might be singing at the White House, or at a renowned jazz club in Switzerland, or on a luxury cruise in Asia. Together with Dr Jack Maassen playing carillon and our Climax Jazz Band backing her, it became quite an emotional performance presented to this happy audience of about 8000 in Misono Japan.
Gatemouth – Climouth Jazz Band with Carillon 1995 One of my favourite tunes has been this Louis Armstrong composition. Through all my playing years I had never ever imagined to play it anywhere with the accompanyment of a carillon. Here we were in Misono Japan to do a carillon concert. About 50 metres above us in the carillon tower Dr. Jack Maassen, the director of the Dutch Carillon School, who loved his classic jazz as well. Normally the first set of breaks are being played by clarinet. We decided to have Jack in the tower do the second set. Together with his solos this was an amazing effect. Each time a a surprise, but it worked. Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers clarinet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels bass and Jamie Aug drums.
Perdido Street blues – Climax Jazz Band Japan 1995 During our first trip to Misono in Japan in 1995 we played a number of tunes I had not posted on youtube and dailymotion before. After not having seen this video for more than 10 years that the Japanese sound and video engineers had produced I decided to present you with some of that concert’s material. Here we play a tune first recorded by Johnny Dodds New Orleans Wanderers in 1926. It was written by Louis Armstrong’s wife Lil Hardin. The Wanderers were basically the Louis Armstrong Hot Five, only without Louis, I believe because of contractual reasons. He was replaced by George Mitchell on Cornet. Throughout all my jazz playing days it was always a favourite. Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers clarinet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels bass and Jamie Aug drums.
Oh didn’t he ramble – Climax Jazz Band Japan 1995 Oh didn’t he ramble is a musical recreation of a New Orleans funeral. First sang and recorded by Jelly Roll Morton and Sidney Bechet in 1939. Many of the traditional revival bands have taken this tune in their repertoire and so did we with our band. In this clip we play it during a concert in Misono Japan. Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers clarinet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels vocal/bass and Jamie Aug drums.
Dr. Jazz Stomp – Climax Jazz Band/Ruby Wilson 1995 Ruby Wilson has been on stage and performed with such artists as: Ray Charles, Robert Goulet, Danny Thomas, B.B. King, The Four Tops, Willie Nelson, and many more. She is the undisputed Queen of Beale Street, a Memphis legend who has taken the Delta blues and her powerful, emotional, unforgettable voice worldwide. When she's in Memphis, she often holds at B.B. King's, the epicenter of nightclub entertainment in the Mid-South. When she's out of town, she might be singing at the White House, or at a renowned jazz club in Switzerland, or on a luxury cruise in Asia. In 1995 and 1996 she came to sing traditional jazz with our Climax Jazz Band during concerts in Misono, Japan. Here she sings a tune composed by Joe ‘King’ Oliver and recorded and made famous by Jelly Roll Morton in 1926. Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers clarinet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels bass and Jamie Aug drums. Another great performer is Dr.Jack Maassen, the director of the Dutch carillon school,who came from theNetherlands to play the carillon. He teaches Japanese pupils the art of carillon playing but loves his jazz as well.
Charleston Rag – Climax Jazz Band Japan 1995 It was in October 1995 that we had an opportunity do to a series of concerts in Misono Japan. That day approximately 6000 in the audience, a beautiful autumn day and our band played full of spirit. Our special guest for this tour was Pieter Mijers, who plays excellent clarinet and soprano sax. Originally from the Netherlands Pieter was always an admirer of Peter Schilperoort and Jan Morks, two Dutch jazz players from the Dutch Swing College.For this clip we had choosen a not too often heard Eubie Blake composition. The other members in the band were Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken banjo, Chris Daniels bass and Jamie Aug drums.
When I grow too old to dream . Climax Jazz Band in Japan 1995 Almost thirteen years ago that we were invited for the first time to do a series of concerts in Japan. I had not watched these videos for over 10 years and that year, October 1995, we played in our normal setting without piano in the rhythm group. I thought why not share some of this with the youtube and dailymotion crowds throughout the world. The first tune of that day’s concert was a Hammerstein tune caled When I Grow too old to dream. In the typical Canadian band: Bob Erwig cornet, Pieter Meijers soprano sax, Jack Vincken banjo originally from the Netherlands, Len Gosling trombone and Chris Daniels bass originally from Great Britain and Jamie Aug drums of German origin.
Early Hours - Brian Ogilvie/Climax JB 1980 Recorded at a concert at the Vancouver Hot Jazz Club in November in 1980. I just found this track in my collection again. Brian plays his tenor sax. BRIAN OGILVIE (saxophonist, clarinetist) was born on March 20, 1954 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He passed away on August 24, 2004 after appearing at a jazz festival in Inverness, Scotland. He lived and worked in bands and ensembles in Toronto for many years, even leading his own band with his talented brothers. In 1979 he joined our Toronto based Climax Jazz Band for a few years and and he was the best and most creative reedplayer I had the honour to perform with. Internationally regarded as ‘a saxophonist and clarinetist of extraordinary ability in the interpretation of early jazz forms’ Ogilvie spent the last several years of his life in the U.S.A., playing with the Jim Cullum Jazz Band from 1992 to 1995. He relocated to New Orleans after leaving the Cullum band, continuing to appear at American and international jazz festivals until his death.