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The Bryce Rohde Interview


Wollamaloo and tigger to. To the days of swagger and shipwrecks and sound expansion. Stretching peoples minds instead of shrinking them.

My guest was at the forefront of Australian Kool swing be it with a piano, tennis balls, mallets or a 7 inch reel box. Joining forces with cats like George Shearing and Miles Davis to reintroduce the world to peace after World War II. And that music swung just like it swung for my guest in the Australian Jazz Quintet with Jim Gannon who was a venerable bass player with Stan Kenton.

Or it might have been with the Gravity Adjusters like Lee Charlton and Tom Dondlinger fitting in, hopping melodies in low notes, coming over the crest of a wave touching the Pacific connecting Australia with The Bay.

Could have been Ron Dewer or mouth organ madness with Les Thompson, playing outside or in the pocket. A career that has spanned the last 50 years Bryce Rhode welcome to the JFS.

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