Re: [colorado-acappella] Rare Silk's Marguerite
>Hey, RolThat would have been ME posting several messages as to the whereabouts or what happened to.....Rare Silk.I was at work , just yesterday listening to their American Eyes CD. Simply awesome stuff!Thanks for the follow-up. I will most definitely check out the web site you listed!Also...if you don't mind, I'm going to forward your message to the Vocal Jazz Group.Moderator ~ Vocal Jazz GroupsMike Economou-------Original Message-------From: rjsharette@...Date: Friday, June 21, 2002 04:47:40 PMSubject: [colorado-acappella] Rare Silk's Marguerite
You know in the last year there has been a thread of interest about Rare Silk that I could never follow up on, but Wednesday night at the big jazz session at the Boulderado Hotel Mezzanine, it started to come together.
Marguerite Jeunemann was one of the featured vocalists and she was a founding member of Rare Silk and a lot of that is included in her webpage at <www.jazzarts.org/marguerite.htm>. Those of you who are still looking for that Rare Silk connection may be able to follow this lead to find what you need (hey -- poetry!)
The experience at the Boulderado was so far out of sight I couldn't keep my head in gear with my ears. Much good stuff all evening, thanks to Mark Diamond and Andy Ceyl who made it happen, but Marguerite's short set gave me that mind-boggling over the top high I was looking for -- and of course it was reminiscent of the Rare Silk 80s stuff I remember. She is a trip in all the best ways. So skilled and so hip. So musical and so in control. My wife and I were already on cloud 9 and shot up to cloud 16 when she took over.
Gotta hear that stuff again. Why is it so hard to find?
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