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Things We Said Today
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax) This was with NO rehearsal - notice how groove settles in - Danny, Ken & Dave are great!
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Freddie The Freeloader
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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The More I See You
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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Song For My Father
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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Days of Wine And Roses
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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Rosetta
by Russ Strathdee Quartet
LIVE at a gig
using a Zoom H2
Apr 13, 2013
Danny McErlain (keyboard), Key Meyer (bass), Dave Johannesson (drums), Russ Strathdee (soprano sax)
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Cube
by Mark Rutherford
FreshTrax Music
Jul 8, 2010
Mark Rutherford (Fender Rhodes), Stu Steinhart (bass), Mike Sloski (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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CDN Sunset FreshTrax Music
Jul 8, 2010
Mark Rutherford (Fender Rhodes), Stu Steinhart (bass), Mike Sloski (drums), Russ Strathdee (sax)
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Tenderly FreshTrax Music
Jun 4, 2010
Willow Rutherford singing, Mark Rutherford bed tracks, Russ on sax
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Night Train Mike Sloski Studio
Mar.4, 2010
Mark Rutherford (B3), Joe Huron (gutiar), Stu Steinhart (bass 1), Carl Rabinowitz (bass 2), Mike Sloski (drums), Russ on sax
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Sophisticated Lady Mike Sloski Studio
Mar.4, 2010
Mark Rutherford (B3), Joe Huron (gutiar), Stu Steinhart (bass 1), Carl Rabinowitz (bass 2), Mike Sloski (drums), Russ on sax
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What Happened To The Music
(Russ Strathdee)
Mike Sloski Studio
Mar.4, 2010
VERY ROUGH 1ST CUT "PROOF OF CONCEPT" TAKE
Mark Rutherford (B3), Joe Huron (gutiar), Stu Steinhart (bass 1), Carl Rabinowitz (bass 2), Mike Sloski (drums), Russ on sax
(I think I'll change the key)
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A Piece Of My Heart Russlind Music
Jan 6, 2010
Music: Russ Strathdee, Words, vocal & tasty guitar: Ken Losell; bed track: Mike Sloski
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Woodstock FreshTrax Music
Aug. 24, 2009
Experimental, one-take, rough mix, Mark Rutherford on piano, Russ on alto sax
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Be With My Soul Tonight Russlind Music
May 25, 2009
Original track created with midi sequencer software
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At Last Live at Russ's birthday bash Feb.22, 2009 LIVE! Russ with Mark Rutherford (piano) - Unrehearsed performance - tune suggested by Mark
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Can't Buy Me Love Animal Tracks Music
February 26, 2008
Mark Rutherford, Yamaha baby grand; Bruce Rumble, electric bass, Russ on tenor sax
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The Look Of Love Animal Tracks Music
February 12, 2008
Mark Rutherford, Yamaha baby grand; Bruce Rumble, acoustic bass, Russ on tenor sax
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Comin' Home Gayety Theatre, Collingwood
December, 2007
Shelaugh Hart Concert
Live Stage recording
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Things Aint What They Used To Be Gayety Theatre, Collingwood
December, 2007
Shelaugh Hart Concert
Live Stage recording
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Speak Low Animal Tracks Music
November 28, 2007
Mark Rutherford, Yamaha baby grand; Russ on tenor sax
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Smooth Lounge Groove 1 Russlind music
November 19, 2007
Ron White synthesized drum loop; Russ on synth keyboard (melody)
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Desafinado Animal Tracks Music
November 14, 2007
Mark Rutherford, Fender Rhodes; Russ on alto sax
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Quintessence Saxophone Quintet - Fudge Fugue in G minor

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"Golden Rules for Ensemble Playing"

    1. Everyone should play the same piece.
    2. Carefully attempt to tune your instrument before playing. That way you can be out of tune all night with a clear concience.
    3. Take your time finding each chart and turning pages.
    4. Keep the fingering chart handy. You can always catch up with the others.
    5. If you play a wrong note or passage, give a nasty look to someone near you. Or else, play it a few times and it will sound like jazz.
    6. Always remember, the right note at the wrong time is a wrong note, and vice-versa.
    7. If a passage is difficult, slow down. If it is easy, speed up. Everything will even itself out in the end.
    8. When everyone else has finished playing, you should not play any notes you have left.
    9. Strive to get the maximum NPS (notes per second). This will intimidate the weaker players and gain you the admiration of the ignorant. Audience at the club will be impressed.
    10. If everyone gets lost except you, follow the ones who are lost
    11. If you are completely lost, stop everyone and say, "I think we should tune up".
    12. Markings for slurs, dynamics and expression should be disregarded. They are only to embellish the score and make the arranger look good.
    13. Observe the repeat signs only if what you just played was interesting.
    14. If the ensemble has to stop because of you, carefully explain in detail why you got lost. Everyone will be very interested.
    15. A wrong note played timidly is a wrong note.
    16. A wrong note, played with authority, is simply your interpretation of the phrase.
    17. You have achieved a true jazz interpretation when, in the end, you have not played one note of the original chart.


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