Tag Archives: John Temmerman

Video from April, 2014

I’m posting six videos here from a gig back in April at Silvies on Chicago’s north side. We had a Zoom Recorder going that night and captured these songs live, among others. Personnel on the songs are Dorothy McDaniel – bass, Alpha Stewart – percussion, John Temmerman – sax, Me – guitar. Numbers 1, 3, 5, […]

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“On Your Street Someday”

The title above is to one of our original songs, and I’m posting a video below of a performance of it. It’s live, we’re jamming, and OK, things get chaotic. But I like the energy. Dorothy McDaniel on bass, Alpha Stewart on drums, John Temmerman on sax, and that’d be me on guitar. Recorded at Silvies […]

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Boom!

Video of a live performance: “Boom Boom Boom,” first time we ever did it with sax. Not bad. Recorded at Silvies in April, on Chicago’s north side with a Zoom mini-recorder. Dorothy McDaniel on bass, Alpha Stewart on percussion, John Temmerman on sax, and me  on guitar. The song’s also on our Live at Custer Street album. […]

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Summertime

The video below was recorded Saturday, May 14 at Silvies on Chicago’s north side with a Zoom video recorder.  That’s John Temmerman on sax, Dorothy McDaniel on bass, Alpha Stewart on percussion, and me on guitar. Man, all three of my cohorts did themselves proud on this number. The surprise thunderclap after the song was a […]

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Zombies Stink (& Vampires Suck) from show at Silvies

The live version of Zombies Stink (& Vampires Suck) below was recorded Saturday, April 19–the night before Easter–at Silvies on Chicago’s north side. Alpha Stewart is on drums, Dorothy McDaniel on bass, John Temmerman on Sax, and that’s me on guitar. It was a fantastic night. If you’d like to  compare the live version with the studio version, […]

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“Zombies Stink (And Vampires Suck)” LIVE

I’m posting video of a live performance of the above composition of mine, recorded in September at Silvies in Chicago. My Zoom was on the blink that night so we recorded with our iPad. The sound quality’s not as good as it would’ve been with the Zoom, but it’s not terrible. I think the fun […]

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Playing At Custer Street

For a long time, Custer Street Fair in Evanston has marked a sort of unofficial start of summer for my wife Dorothy and me. We used to go to it every year, and then we got the idea to try and play at it, so we sent them a demo tape. To our delight they […]

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