|Title||Parlour Band C 1990_02_13 189|
|Object Name||Audio Visual|
Parlour Band C 1990_02_13 189
This tape is barely listenable & reserved for scholarly purposes only. All bands break up, most just as cacophonously as this one did. STRONGLY SUGGESTED for bands and for life: Record the good moments as they happen so you have them for later enjoyment. You never know when something beautiful in life may cease to exist. This band's last great moments were a couple of months before this recording. Warning signs that your band is about to break up:
1. Quite a few members stop attending rehearsals regularly.
2. Members bring new songs in keys not all of your band instruments are capable of playing and that don't fit the band's established conventions, in this case - music not public domain..
3. There seems to be a lot of irrelevant chatter..
4. The band no longer seems to find its groove.
5. Most important; the leader really screws up a lot because she is out of her comfort zone, but does not have sense enough to realize that's what's wrong here...
Participants: Marji Hazen - harp, dulcimer & Celestaphone; Sylvia Miller - guitar;
Sandi Vitek - guitar, dulcimer & Autoharp; Linda Markels - guitar;
SIDE 1: Southwind; Give Me The Roses; Whiskey Before Breakfast; Walkin' in the Parlor;
Roll Olentangy; Rural America;
SIDE 2: Home to Ohio, I Saw the Light; I'll Fly Away; The Garden Song;
|Published Date||February 13, 1990|
|Collection||Hazen Folk Music Collection|