Heavy Dexters live at Bullingdon Arms last week...(me on drums)


Shah Hussain said…
Hi Doc. Was really good to see you speak at London Skeptics last night. Thanks for signing my VSI Humanism.
Think about saving your indelible soul first; then, lissen to wisdom and re-grow thy brain in this lifelong demise. If God doesn’t exist, why do you hate Him so much? If God does exist, why don’t you follow us Home to Heaven Above if you‘re gonna croak as I am? How long do we have to enjoy this finite existence? 77ish, measly years? Compared to the length and breadth of eternity, 77ish years is faaar LESS than a nanometer in the whole, bloody, universe. Why don’t we have a BIG-ol, rokk-our-holy-soxx, party-hardy celebrating our resurrection for many eons? Heaven TOTALLY kicks-ass for eternity. Yes, God’s odd, yet, aren't we? Thank you proFUSEly, for the wick is running out on U.S. … choose or lose. _thewarningsecondcoming.com_
Anonymous said…
Nice and very steady beat.
Apparently the Heavy Dexter's are quite a bit into the "rocky" part of the specter?

Although I appreciate the "energy" in rock, I usually do prefer the greater dynamic span in "mainstream" jazz.

Incidentally I recently rediscoverd a record that really was an eye-opener to me, way back when.

This tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlxnOQ91vTI
sat discretely on a rather obscure (rock-)collection record (Mid seventies).

It was the first time I really became aware of how the rythm-section could do exiting moves without just turning the volume knob :-)

Listen at approx 50 sec, 1:20, 2 minand not the least 3:0.

In Cod we trust