Monthly Archives: October 2004

Mexico City Trip Part 5

Friday, Oct. 29 I went to hear Eugenio Toussaint last night at the soulbar where I played the previous night. He’s a very good player but his bag is pretty run of the mill. His original tunes are a little … Continue reading

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Mexico City Trip Part 4

Wednesday, Oct. 27 Last night I did a clinic at the music store Veerkamp, which seems to be the Sam Ash of Mexico. The clinic was at their main store and they have a small auditorium for concerts and clinics. … Continue reading

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Mexico City Trip Part 3

Tuesday, Oct. 26 Well, the festival was last weekend. It was an artistic success but a bit of an economic bust. The first night we played in an auditorium of a private school way on the north end of Mexico … Continue reading

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Mexico City Trip Part 2

Thursday, Oct. 21 On Tuesday Juan and I went to ”El Zocalo”, which is Mexico City’s giant central plaza, to see Templo Mayor and the Cathedral. Templo Mayor is the remains of an Aztec Temple for the worship of the … Continue reading

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Mexico City Trip Part 1

This trip lasted from October 16th to November 3rd 2004. (again, definitely not long enough) Monday, Oct. 18 After a rather bumpy ride, I landed in Mexico City to a gorgeous day of 80 degrees and sunshine. Juan and Sofia, … Continue reading

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