The Weatherbird Jazz Band is slightly mysterious — where did they come from? where are they off to now? But I know two things: they have had a regular migratory pattern: twice in April, once in May, in June, and they’re back!
The marvelous players are Bent Persson, trumpet or cornet; Kaj Sifvert, trombone; Tomas Ornberg, clarinet or soprano saxophone; Ulf Johansson Werre, piano; Goran Lind, string bass; Goran Eriksson, banjo or alto saxophone; Sigge Dellert, drums. And here are four more beauties — compact, hot, intense and pensive, in love with the tradition but seriously personal.
Hes’s the hottest man in town, you know:
I’ll have you to remember:
A blues with many titles, such as THOSE DRAFTIN’ BLUES and STORYVILLE BLUES, with associations to Art Hickman and Bunk Johnson:
and a helpful suggestion about how to get through 2020:
The Weatherbirds will be back soon. I will watch the skies.
May your happiness increase!
Okay, Michael, tell us where they are from and where they are playing on these tunes!
They come from Sweden, and that is all I know or was told. Enjoy!
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