And when he utters the imperative ‘Hush now,’ in ‘Don’t Explain,’ he could be talking to a lover or a hostage

This could almost fit above, in the Jamie Cullum piece. I was imagning or drumming –dramming dam u, stupid cumpooter — it’s a whiskey reference, although I am still on caffeine, and on bike, for what that’s worth, and walking on sunshine, and felling good — Jamie Cullum w. Jamie Stewart, dialing Nina fixes. Dueling, like that old guy from the movies, L.B. Jones’ father in law. Now this is Plasty!

(the headline above is Nate of the Times, 2013)

Jamie as Xiu Xiu did with Ches Smith in 2013 and Mary Halvorsen, and Tony Malaby a Nina Simone tribute, but did not touch “Misunderstood” which was written for Nina but I got from The Animals first. Jamie Cullum meanwhile covers as a Nina Simone shout “Misunderstood”.

Any one else care to see a cutting contest or collaboration with these two Jamie’s? If I was Michael Bailey I would have flown in Stewart to open for Cullum, with or without the Nina book.

Jamie Stewart, old pal, can you come play Lytton Plaza around Aug. 5 if we can get Jamie Cullum? I remember talking to Jamie Stewart the day Allen Ginsburg died and he said we should all gather at Lytton Plaza:

Jmaie Stewart and Angelo Seo by dan bleckley

Jmaie Stewart and Angelo Seo by dan bleckley


About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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