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If for any reason you want to give me money to support my various musical projects or make a purchase, that can be done at:
https://paypal.me/JimCrozier1 or on Venmo @JimCrozier1
For some charts that I want to share with folks please visit: RehearsalCharts
Recent concert recordings/videos
New videos from Old Porch Swing – The Old Porch Swing Playlist
Here is the audio from my last Wednesday Night Lab Session at Blue Tavern – Oct 4.
with Ben Banks on bass and Mike Stone on the kit while I sing and bang on the guitar.
Feb 2022 with Magnolia South Band – /MSB-LakeTribe-Feb2022/
A standing project for the next several months is a concert presentation of the music from Touch – a musical that ran Off-Off-Broadway in the 1970-71 season. Jim wrote music for several of the songs and was the original Musical Director. The Original Cast Album was nominated for a 1972 Grammy. Check out /touch2
The Jim Crozier YouTube Channel
In 2021 we have:
Jan DeCosmo produced an outdoor concert on April 3 at a new venue called The Hole: A Place for Healing
It was one wonderful event to celebrate her 70th birthday.
Audio and Video from the concert is at /jans70bday/
Don Austin dropped by and showed me his new song and so we recorded it: https://youtu.be/dT-nbaHYrrM
Some time ago I began a piece using Charles Atkins Cosmetic Music Game based on the phrase “The Gathered Meeting”.
It finally became this piece for two basses and a cool drummer: https://www.jimcrozier.com/adhoc/TheGatheredMeeting-jazz-real-2-n.mp3
Here are some September 2019 videos from Old Porch Swing:
2017 CD now on sale
and all popular digital outlets.
OR, you can send an email to Jim at jimcrozier.com and I will get one to you.
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I have been releasing a few singles on Bandcamp.com
From the Wednesday Night Lab Session
April 9, 2014 with Jon Copps and Neil Jones –
Here is some stuff I was working on in 2013:
Here is some stuff that was working on in 2012:
The Young Girl Said Goodbye (May 2012)
Young Girl Said Goodbye (Dec. 2011)
From the July 26, 2010 open mic at Eddie’s Attic
Here is a concert in the park in Apalachicola, Florida with
The Dixie Jammers in April 2006:
I Found a New Baby and Pennies From Heaven
The Dixie Jammers are: Jeff Drawbaugh – clarinet,
Michael McKenzie – trumpet, Elliot Toole – trombone,
Dennis Vale – keys, Steve Redmond – drums,
Jim Crozier – bass.
Concert recorded by TDGiddings
Here are a couple clips from a radio concert that the
Heightman-Crozier Quartet did in 1990
on the program “Snatches of Jazz”
hosted (and recorded) by Mark Okasako.
Michael McKenzie – trumpet, Alan Heightman – guitar,
Jim Crozier – bass, Marlon Moore – drums
(Deborah Lawson sang on this concert but not on these tracks.)
These are two of my tunes: Sorry Charlie and Shell Ladies.
Here is the chart for a Jazz Samba I wrote long ago called: The Winds of March
-> with the Tallahassee Swing Band.
The Tallahassee Swing Band featured his 2007 composition:
” NOLA Swings ” at the 16th Annual Jazz & Blues Festival
at the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science.
|Classical type stuff |
(Performance Materials Available to those wishing to play any of this stuff)
Sonata in G (for Double Bass and Piano) – mp3 – score
I wrote it during the summer of 1977 and just got done putting it into Finale.
Here are movements from a String Quartet
String4tetNo1-1-Aggressive – mp3 – score
String4tetNo1-2-Interlude – mp3 – score
String4tetNo1-3-DarkWaltz – mp3 – score
String4tetNo1-4-Excited – mp3 – score
the first movement was actually composed in 1972 and recently put into Finale.
Here is a String Quartet that I wrote back in 1979 as performed at a recital I did at
FSU way back then. It’s pretty neat, includes a lot of improvisation interspersed
with the notes written in the score. It is called “Pair of Deuces”,
scored for Violin and Cello vs. Viola and Bass.
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