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Old Porch Swing
at the Florida Folk Festival 2019
Friday, on the Seminole Stage
The Common 'Taters Southern Funk Band
participating in the
30th Annual Havana Jazz Plaza Festival
January 18, 2019 at the Fábrica de Arte Cubano
Here are some September 2019 videos from Old Porch Swing:
All of Me - https://youtu.be/1nwvYtpWG9w
Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - https://youtu.be/6pU4Eo7txpg
Write Myself a Letter - https://youtu.be/Zyc5ZHf-jiU
Just the Two of Us - https://youtu.be/ZWTQrcNkveg
Lyrics and Extended Notes
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and all popular digital outlets.
OR, you can send an email to Jim at jimcrozier.com and I will get one to you.
Get "Down to the Village" at CDBaby now!
I have been releasing a few singles on Bandcamp.com
From the Wednesday Night Lab Session
April 9, 2014 with Jon Copps and Neil Jones -
Another Job in Brooklyn
Here is some stuff I was working on in 2013:
Not Forever (Sept 11 mix)
What You Want (Sept 10 mix)
Back to Plan A (Aug 25 mix)
Here is some stuff that was working on in 2012:
Down By the Riverside ('cause there's a Party Goin' On!)
The Young Girl Said Goodbye (May 2012)
Diggin' in the Dirt
Not Forever (newer version)
Tech Support Blues!
Young Girl Said Goodbye (Dec. 2011)
A Cup of Coffee
Ain't No Use
From the July 26, 2010 open mic at Eddie's Attic
Ain't No Use
A Cup of Coffee
Here is a concert in the park in Apalachicola, Florida with
The Dixie Jammers in April 2006:
The Dixie Jammers are: Jeff Drawbaugh - clarinet, Michael McKenzie - trumpet, Elliot Toole - trombone, Dennis Vale - keys, Steve Redmond - drums, Jim Crozier - bass.
Concert recorded by TDGiddings
Here are a couple clips from a radio concert that the Heightman-Crozier Quartet did in 1990 on the program "Snatches of Jazz" hosted (and recorded) by Mark Okasako. Michael McKenzie - trumpet, Alan Heightman - guitar, Jim Crozier - bass, Marlon Moore - drums (Deborah Lawson sang on this concert but not on these tracks.)
These are two of my tunes:
Here is the chart for a Jazz Samba I wrote long ago called:
-> with the Tallahassee Swing Band.
The Tallahasse Swing Band featured his new composition: " NOLA Swings " at the 16th Annual Jazz & Blues Festival at the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science.
Classical type stuff
(Performance Materials Available to those wishing to play any of this stuff)
I wrote it during the summer of 1977 and just got done putting it into Finale.
Here are movements from a new String Quartet
*the first movement was actually composed in 1972 and recently put into Finale.
Here is a String Quartet that I wrote back in 1979 as performed at a recital I did at FSU way back then. It's pretty neat, includes a lot of improvization interspersed with the notes written in the score.
It is called "Pair of Deuces",
scored for Violin and Cello vs. Viola and Bass.
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