April 2022 Gigs – Reviews & Photos


13thDave Moorwood’s Rascals of Rhythm

REVIEWS:
Julia Hubery & Mark Willis: ”Well worth the wait – we felt pampered by the quality of what we heard tonight – favourites, the properly mournful Big House , the lush Bernie Carter medley that I just wanted to inhale, Blue Waterloo and Aunt Tilley.  Fantastic individuality and togetherness – sounded like a big band sometimes.  Thank you.”
John, Jill & Richard: “Very good selection of tunes which showed the quality of the musicians.”
Jill Bater & Ed Couzens: “Good for Dave.  Hope to see them again soon.”
John Rothery: “Very enjoyable.  I liked the selection of unfamiliar tunes, especially the Bennie Carter medley.  The amplification of Dave’s guitar and vocals seemed tinny.”
Juliette & Malcolm: “Six excellent musicians playing some very unusual tunes which demonstrated their skills.  An excellent range of tempi too.  A great evening of generally gentle jazz.”
Anon: “So enjoyable!  Loved the blues.  Accomplished musicians.  Very mellow.”

REVIEWS:
John, Brenda & Joyce: “Delightful, Delicious and Delectable.  Well done – great night.”
Lesley & Roger: “Superb musicians. Tunes, chat and fun as well.  Great evening.  Good variety of music from the 20s and 30s.”
Tim & Andrew: “Really professional band and seriously good musicians.”
Jeanette: “Good music.  Very versatile and very entertaining.  Thank you for a nice evening.”
Jill, Richard & John: “A crystal clear sound.  20s and 30s music played at it’s very best.  Wish we were around then!!”
Juliette & Malcolm: “Great musicians reminding us very much of the Temperance Seven.  Great entertainment.”
Tony Baily: “A very good 20s, 30s and 40s style band.  Well worth booking.”
Nick & Heather Anderson and Carole Mort: “A suave and sophisticated band playing the sounds of a bygone era.”