Born: January 4, 1938 Primary Instrument: Trumpet
Fifty two years playing, recording jazz in Australia. 1956 - 1960 jazz vocals. 1960-1970 trumpet-vocals in Melbourne. 1970-1980 jazz organist in Narooma NSW. 1980-1988 Doctor Jazz and Sons. 1982 record cassette tape of Jazz BBQ At Narooma. Richard (trom) ten years old, Patrick (clar) eleven years old. Many gigs on Aussie Pacific coast. 1988 two years solo. 1990 Solo-duo gig, (Bruce Hyland bass) on the Banquet Express train Canberra to Melbourne, taking 220 passengers to The Phantom of the Opera. Commence writing Fine Tunes book. 2000 record Under The Influence at Atlantis Studios Hawthorn Victoria...
This is a "Live" solo, single take, no dubbing. Performed and recorded by a gifted aussie multi-instrumentalist, playing a keyboard set-up invented and manufactured by Mark, who also sings and plays trumpet at the same time and gives flashes of Duke, Louis, Haogy and Fats Waller. Left foot plays bass pedals on suitcase Steinway notes and B4 Hammond. (listen to live 3 beat change from piano to organ. (Brilliant)! MP3 download available at CD Baby. Contact me direct for a top WAVE + other goodies CD deal. +612 6445 3188
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Casio 72 note CPS7 and Yamaha DX100 controllers for setup invented by me. 15 foot pedals operate DX100. Both keyboards midi outs in to a midi patcher bay. patcher bay. Outputs switchable to U220 Roland module (accoustic piano) L+R module o/puts to 200w P/ch mixer. Patcher bay switchable to B4 organ. L+R out to mixer. Left speaker has your left hand + pedals. Right speaker has your right hand, Forgetting Jerry Lee Lewis, how many AAJ piano players can play piano with their left foot?