I'm happy with being me, but it is nice to know there is another Alex Cook slugging it out on the battlefield for interesting music, so if there is a reader here in the Halifax, NS area, belly up to the bar and buy a gin and tonic or Stella Artois (assuming that all the Alex Cook's in the world have the same favorite drinks. Actually, you may want to ask...) for the drummer on my behalf.
more info at the Future Records site
"suddenlyLISTEN Music and Kumquat New Music team up to present a concert of classic new music by Louis Andriessen, and Terry Riley; brand new music by Jerome Blais and old but new music by Mozart.
7pm Wednesday, December 3, 2008
The Music Room
5181 Lady Hammond Road, Halifax, NS
$15, available at the door
Simon Docking, piano
Suzanne Lemieux, oboe
Susan Sayle, viola
Norman Adams, cello
PJ Harvey, and Mike MacKenzie, saxophones
Zachary Fairbrother, guitar
Alex Cook, percussion
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And who knew PJ Harvey was also a Terry Riley-playing saxophonist?ReplyDelete
no kidding, she should work that into her next album... its bound to be more interesting than more piano balladsReplyDelete
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