It wasn't good, and nobody liked it either. I found over the years, that's the only answer, to continue playing. It surprised Moe as much as it surprised a lot of jazz musicians. I think he slept with his book. Please do not use inappropriate language, including profanity, vulgarity, or obscenity. There was a lot of love there and I was one of those people that was very fortunate to have known you and worked with you over the years and I'll remember it always.
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Moe Koffman – A Multi-Talented and Respected Jazz Musician – Mental Itch
I thank in advance, all parties in question for use of said material. George's Spaghetti House not only had an impact on Moe's playing and that of the musicians who surrounded him, but later it was the place where Moe was to meet his second wife, a woman who would have a profound impact on the rest of Moe's life. He had a kidney stone and he wound up being so loyal he didn't cancel the concert. And Moe, it was the most emotional seen Moe. He never subbed out just cause he had a flu or a cold or something. We loved each other very much.
Koffman was also a long-time member of Rob McConnell 's Boss Brass, one of the country's longest-lasting and most prolific bands. He performed with Dizzy Gillespie and Peter Appleyard during the s. Please enter your name. Compare similar items Current product. Oh, but the memories of listening to that and Tan Shoes And Pink Shoelaces or whatever the hell that song was just punched me right in the memory lobe. Solo arrangements of a dozen jazz blues tunes are featured in this collection for beginning to intermediate instrumentalists. No Linguistic Content View all editions and formats.