It was a fair turnout, for the 5th of July! No fireworks were harmed during the making of this newsletter. Welcome to Moshe Halfon, our newest guitar playing rabbi in town! Also back in the saddle this month is our friend Edith Cook, who has finally recovered enough from shoulder surgery to play guitar with us again.
Rick and Jeannie teamed up again for a couple of 50-60’s tunes. I’m starting to think Rick has more than one bass; the last one he brought was blue and this one wasn’t. He also brought us a couple more group songs, which always liven’s things up a bit.
Keep your ear trumpet out for the August meeting’s location. I think we’re going to have a picnic someplace. Steve, our grill master for such events, is already wearing his apron around the house. I’ll post the location as soon as I know, and then I’ll post it again in August. Of the picnic, not Steve’s place…
Playlist July 2022
Rick Memmel & Jeannie White, ‘Last Kiss’, J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers.
Jeannie White, ‘Desperado’, The Eagles.
Edith Cook, ‘Medley’, Lizt, etc.
Remy Abeyta, ‘Who’s Sorry Now’, Snyder/Kalmar/Ruby.
Moshe Halfon, ‘Ripple’, Grateful Dead/Thompson.
Rich Ryan, ‘Carolina In My Mind’, James Taylor.
Steve Gilmore, ‘Old Fashioned Love’, Bob Wills.
Keith Blaney, ‘Cheyoming Front Rear Daze’, original.
Paul Robertson, ‘dia de los Pinos’, Torroba.
Group Song, ‘Folsom Prison Blues’, Johnny Cash.
Jeannie & Rick, ‘It’s So Easy’, Buddy Holly.
Jeannie, ‘Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’, Dusty Springfield.
Edith Cook, ‘Lament of Orpheus’, C. Gluck.
Remy, ‘God Bless America’, Irvin Berlin.
Moshe, ‘Hofim (Shores)’, Naan Yonatan.
Steve, ‘Should We Tell Him’, Don & Phil Everly.
Rich Ryan, ‘Country Road’, James Taylor.
Keith, ‘Big Empty’, original.
Paul, ‘Torija’, Torroba.
Group, ‘Rave On’, Buddy Holly.
Jeannie, ‘Tears in Heaven’, Eric Clapton.
Edith, ‘Muss I denn’, German folk song.
Moshe, ‘In My Life’, Lennon/McCartney.
Paul, ‘Holy, Holy, Holy’, Reginald Heber (Paul’s arrangement)
Photo credits this month go to Rick Memmel and Rich Ryan.