On Monday, I was pretty much exhausted - we did have a night out to see the Jazz at The Red Lion, Isleworth, because one of my favourite saxophonists was playing.
As you can see, he had his baritone sax with him as well as the usual Tenor and Alto.
And the little soprano;
Which, as I often say, he must have left in the washing machine just a bit too long.
He is a very expressive, lively and bright player - which is why he's on the TV and at the best venues so often.
I missed 'Comin' home', which he always used to play but there was blues, there was style (Jimmy Smith) and a whole lot more.
His friend John Etheridge was there too, playing some very fine guitar;
Along with Val Mannix on bass, Ted Beament on Keys and Trevor Tomkins on drums.
A very fine evening, even if I wasn't at my best.
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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