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Brozman on the Backbeat

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fsharpdim7 08 Jun 03 - 06:23 AM
GUEST,Ben Derdundat 08 Jun 03 - 05:15 PM
GUEST,Adelphi Records- Gene Rosenthal 09 May 13 - 04:08 AM
MartinRyan 09 May 13 - 05:03 AM
GUEST,Adelphi Records- Gene 09 May 13 - 05:13 AM
Jack Campin 09 May 13 - 05:20 AM
GUEST,Adelphi Records - Gene R. 09 May 13 - 05:57 AM
GUEST,Adelphi REcords 09 May 13 - 06:07 AM
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Acme 09 May 13 - 09:17 AM
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Joe Offer 09 May 13 - 09:45 AM
Highlandman 09 May 13 - 10:12 AM
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Subject: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: fsharpdim7
Date: 08 Jun 03 - 06:23 AM

For a good workout of your synapses, see Bob's article on rhythms from Sing Out - Brozman article

I just started working on this - can anyone suggest an old chestnut of a song to try this backbeat rhythm on?

Thanks, Chris

P.S. findarticles.com also has other old Sing Out articles if you're interested.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,Ben Derdundat
Date: 08 Jun 03 - 05:15 PM

I'd suggest any simple, well-known melody of the type one encounters in beginning folk guitar books, such as Skip to my Lou or You are my Sunshine. I alsao think you may find that using an open tuning or a dropped D will facilitate this as you can get a lot more mileage out of your bass strings.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,Adelphi Records- Gene Rosenthal
Date: 09 May 13 - 04:08 AM

5/09/2013

To: Sharpdim(?), Et Al

Seriously, you know what guys, it's quite obvious to me that your posts here on this new thread, identifies you guys as shills, repeat as Shills here of the likes of SRS.....

Prove to me that this is a legitimate thread, please come up and post your names & e-mail addresses and phone numbers, "shit or get off the pot" as it were, I could be wrong, prove me wrong RIGHT NOW:

My name is: Gene Rosenthal
my phone number is 301 4342237
my personal e-mail address is adelphirecords@erols.com

awaiting with baited(sp) breath your similar identifications.....

Im more then willing to apologize publicly if you post your true identities, phone numbers and who lobbied you to initiate this bogus thread & your posts hereto!.

Sincerely
GR

PS- sharpdim7, etc. we find it MOST CURIOUS that your last posts on mudcat were 10 years ago, LOL

You've got to be kidding, shame on you!!!

Do the right thing and delete this bogus thread, seriously....God will forgive you if you do the right thing!
GR

PPS- You know what, If you admit it and delete it, I'll pay each of you $200 no questions asked as long as you identify & delete.

I NEVER, EVER Bullshit,my word is my bond---- offer valid for 48 hours

Gene R.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: MartinRyan
Date: 09 May 13 - 05:03 AM

Note the date...


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,Adelphi Records- Gene
Date: 09 May 13 - 05:13 AM

To ALL CONCERNED:

THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD

REPEAT, THIS IS A BIGUS THREAD

REPEAT, THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD

(thanks Ryan)

WON"T ONE OF YOU MODERATORS PLEASE DISCHARGE YOUR MODERATOR (ETHICAL) DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES AND PLEASE DELETE THIS BOGUS THREAD IMMEDIATELY? PLEASE! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ALREADY!

Gene Rosenthal
3014342237
adelphirecords@erols.com
www.gene@adelphirecords.com


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Jack Campin
Date: 09 May 13 - 05:20 AM

The link above doesn't work any more.

What kind of person trawls for a completely uncontentious ten-year-old article so he can rant about his pet hate?


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,Adelphi Records - Gene R.
Date: 09 May 13 - 05:57 AM

THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD-----THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD----THIS IS A BOGUS THREADJack:

YES IT DOES JERK!

AND ONLY SOMEONE LIKE YOU COULD POSSIBLY BE THE CULPRIT RESPONSIBLE FOR IT'S SUDDEN APPEARANCE AT THE TOP OF THE MAIN MUDCAT MENU!

YOU ARE BUSTED... YOU FELL FOR THE BAIT......

Don't try to con a con....I'm lightyears ahead of you punk!

DO YOUR WORST, WE ALL NOW KNOW YOU FOR THE CHEAP SHOT, CONTROL FREAK THAT YOU ARE.

I seriously have pity for you, that your life is so limited that you live entirely on the mudcat site.

BURN IN HELL!

THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD-----THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD------THIS IS A BOGUS THREAD


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,Adelphi REcords
Date: 09 May 13 - 06:07 AM

BOGUS THREAD----BOGUS THREAD-----BOGUS THREAD

This is my last post here-----

To all concerned, Campin is the person that set up this BOGUS thread.

Let me repeat....Campin is the individual who has set up this bogus thread and bumped it up and onto the main mudcat menu...PERIOD!

ONE LAST TIME, CAMPIN YOU'RE BUSTED!!

MY LAST POST HERE EVER!

BOGUS THREAD=====BOGUS THREAD======BOGUS THREAD


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,anon
Date: 09 May 13 - 06:27 AM

TO ALL CONCERNED!

GENE IS BATSH*T CRAZY!

gawd Gene, at least Bob Brozman could hide his crazy.

you're just annoying.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Jack Campin
Date: 09 May 13 - 07:05 AM

I'm not an admin, never have been, and I only noticed this thread because Gene posted to it.

I would guess that one of the admins was cross-linking threads about Brozman, and that had the temporary effect of bringing this one to the top. It would have quietly gone away again if Gene had just let it be. But asking how things work doesn't seem to be his style.

We still seem to be a bit short of hard facts about Brozman, but Gene is painting himself as the sort of person you would never let near a child (or trust with sharp implements, fire, guns or automobiles).


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Acme
Date: 09 May 13 - 09:17 AM

fsharpdim7, your link wasn't durable so your link is going to the original search page. Could you tell me what the name of the article was, the date, the publication, and I'll see if I can find it and relink it for you?

Thanks.

SRS


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Acme
Date: 09 May 13 - 09:19 AM

Was it from this edition?


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 May 13 - 09:45 AM

This is a ten-year-old thread, Gene. It was not on the current Mudcat Menu until you posted a new message to the thread and made it current. When there are more than a couple threads on a music subject, I cross-link them. You must have found a crosslink to this thread at the top of a recent thread on Bob Brozman's suicide.

But it is interesting to note that Brozman was published in Sing Out! It's hard for us humans to accept that some child molesters have made great contributions to the arts and other areas, despite their crimes.

-Joe Offer, Mudcat Archivist-


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Highlandman
Date: 09 May 13 - 10:12 AM

"This is my last post here-----"
Do you PROMISE?


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST,kendall
Date: 09 May 13 - 03:24 PM

I'd hate to have his nerve in a tooth.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: GUEST
Date: 09 May 13 - 07:22 PM

Hey thanks for posting something on his teaching.   May the music that he made eventually create understanding that a person can be deeply flawed and also have something to teach. Not excusing...I'm just saying...

I'll add this link to my practice.


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Subject: RE: Brozman on the Backbeat
From: Acme
Date: 10 May 13 - 12:55 AM

Here is a link for purchasing the article from Highbeam. You can probably get it free through a library with interlibrary loan or a good database.

The full citation is Sing Out January 2003, Winter, Volume 46#4
"Bob Brozman: the globetrotting Mr. National. (guitarist)"

Bob Brozman is a 48-year-old border-defying guitarist and musical intellectual who is always on the lookout for new songs and sounds, as well as fellow experimental musicians and far-flung locales--consistently offering a fresh approach as he illuminates the vast musical landscapes he traverses. Employing a deep and broad blues acumen alongside multi-disciplinary skills on the metal-body National guitar (coupled with the lush, trance-like traditional sounds of rural Hawaiian music or pre-Belafonte native-Calypso grooves as calling cards), Brozman has traveled the globe, from Okinawa to Australia, collaborating with like-minded rhythmic masters and cementing his reputation as a major player on the current world music scene. The titles of two of his independent releases, The Running Man and Live Now, seem most apt.

Growing up on Long Island, there were no musicians in his immediate family, but one of Brozman's uncles, Barney Josephson, ran a 1940s-era Greenwich Village night spot that challenged then prevalent racial barriers among performers and audience alike. "Cafe Society was the first integrated club in America. It featured everybody from Teddy Wilson and Gene Krupa to Billie Holiday and Benny Goodman," Brozman explains.

"Every well-known jazz name of the 1930s and `40s played there until the early 1950s when the Red Scare was going on. My uncle was involved in the Communist Party as a teenager and that fact got dug up by Hedda Hopper, who was a very powerful newspaper columnist. One day she printed that Cafe Society was a Commie hangout and the next day there was no business and that was the end of that club." . . .


There is a seven day free trial of the site.

I found it through my university database via Gale, SingOut 46.4 p50, word count 2964. By Gary von Tersch. It is parked in with all of the reviews. I saved a copy of it as a PDF, and if some of the hoopla blows over I can post it as a file on the facebook mudcat page. Until such time comes, if you're a mudcat member you can send me a PM with your email address and I'll email you the PDF.

SRS


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Subject: RE: Bob Brozman legal issues (NOT obit)
From: GUEST,Jim
Date: 13 May 13 - 03:43 AM

hello everyone i was wondering if anyone would have the tabs for the bob bortzman tune rattlesnake blues?? I know it's not a folk song but as louis armstrong once said i have never seen a horse sing thank you


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