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Ralph Carney R.I.P.

PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 4:28 am
by Chris P
https://consequenceofsound.net/2017/12/ ... ied-at-61/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Carney

Mark Orton:
Can't believe Ralph Carney has passed. I was so incredibly happy when he moved to Portland. He was the sweetest, kindest and funniest - I loved sessions with him - one of the last at my place he was playing bass saxophone and took a bunch of time out to show off the giant horn to my 10 yr old son - completely hamming it up for him like no one else could. His playing is beyond soulful - phrasing like no other - case and point on the linked Mancini-esque cue we did together for the Costa Rican film "Entonces Nosotros" last year. I've been deeply in love with his playing since I first heard "Way Down In The Hole" off Tom Waits' "Frank's Wild Years" - so many contributions to great music through the years (PJ Harvey, Kronos Quartet, Elvis Costello, St. Vincent etc.) - then getting to see him play in SF with myriad projects (especially Oranj Symphonette) I was looking forward to making music with him for years to come. My heart goes out to Megan Hinchliffe. RIP Ralph.


Mark Orton - Midday Sun - Entonces Nosotros soundtrack
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