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    Modul 42 ( Wien ) - nik bńrtsch :: RONIN - Live
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    Currently listening to last Saturday morning BBC Radio 2 programme by Brian Matthew - something that has been part of my life over the past 60 years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ian_heys View Post
    Currently listening to last Saturday morning BBC Radio 2 programme by Brian Matthew - something that has been part of my life over the past 60 years.


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    Folk and spasm music?

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    It's a vinyl rip from an album I bought in 1988 in Sofia, Bulgaria. I never realized how good it is. Features Nikola Iliev on clarinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian_heys View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Percival Sweetwater View Post
    Folk and spasm music?
    Guess recreational drugs were more prevalent than I thought in the UK in the '50's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Percival Sweetwater View Post
    Folk and spasm music?
    From Wikipedia
    A spasm band is a musical group that plays a variety of Dixieland, trad jazz, jug band, or skiffle music.

    The first spasm bands were formed on the streets of New Orleans in the late nineteenth century.[1] The term "spasm" applied to any band (often made up of children) who made musical instruments out of found objects not usually employed for such.

    The earliest band to play under the name "spasm band" in New Orleans was formed in 1895, known informally as "Stale Bread's Spasm Band" and billed as the "Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band" at semi-professional engagements, such as outside the West End Opera House.[2] They played, amongst other things, a length of gas pipe, a kettle and a fiddle made from a cigar box. The spasm band style was one ingredient in the development of instrumental New Orleans jazz. Contemporaries report that the style was imitated by adult orchestras such as the Right At 'Em Razz Band, which featured future Original Dixieland Jass Band clarinetist Alcide Nunez.

    The term "spasm band" has been revived by jazz groups the Barnstormers Spasm Band, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, The End Times Spasm Band, and Anthony Joseph and The Spasm Band. The term was also adopted by noise group The Nihilist Spasm Band as well as avant garde jazz group The VelvetSpasm Band.
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