Cohen too, oddly enough (lol).carr said:Both Sonny and Sanborn look younger in this clip.
No problem at all, Istan -- I was just curious; thought I was missing something! Thanks for your courteous reply.istan said:Reedsplinter, I thought that since this is a mpc discussion forum, the title should somehow be related to equipment. Maybe it should be posted in another forum. Sorry 'bout that, I just wanted to stress that at such a high level of musicianship, the horn or the mouthpiece is not as important as the story-telling of a solo.
Thank you all for your replies,
I liked it but I can see your point......Just my observation , but Cohen doesn't seem to be diggin Sonny.... maybe I'm wrong.RootyTootoot said:Someone posted this yesterday and i'm going to say it again: despite the fact that i love Sonny, despite the fact that i love Laughing Lenny, i don't really like this that much, though i was fascinated to see and listen. They're in different worlds. There's no meeting of minds.
Berg I'm pretty sure.istan said:BTW, can anyone please identify the mouthpiece on this clip? It doesn't sound like an Otto Link. Is this the Berg Larsen he uses in his later works?
I don't know about that. I've been told that I sometimes look like I'm not enjoying being onstage, but that couldn't be further from the truth. It's just that when I'm in a musically difficult situation, it takes all of my energy just to focus on the rest of the band and play musically, sometimes to the point that I just look really intense. Leonard Cohen seems like he could be a pretty intense dude.sonnymobleytrane said:I liked it but I can see your point......Just my observation , but Cohen doesn't seem to be diggin Sonny.... maybe I'm wrong.