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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Jazz Is Dead, 5-30-98

It has come to my attention that T. Lavitz the keyboard player for Jazz is Dead passed away at age 54 on October 7th 2010. Lavitz has played in the bands Widespread Panic, Dixie Dregs, and Jazz Is Dead. He also toured with Jefferson Starship in 1996, and has played in several prjects with Paul Barrere of little Feat. He will be missied in the world of music but his music will be enjoyed well into the future. May his spirit be in eternity with the creator in heaven. So here is a fine recording of Jazz Is Dead to remember him by. It has special guest John Scofield playing on it to sweeten it that much more.

Jazz Is Dead
Wilmers Park
Brandywine, MD

01. Help On The Way > Slipknot! > (7:28)
02. Franklin's Tower (4:13)
03. banter/Scofield intro (1:02)
04. Red Baron* (15;56)
05. Scarlet Begonias (6:43)
06. Terrapin Station-> (16:09)
07. Crazy Fingers (9:56)
08. E: Dark Star (12:32)

*(w/ John Scofield - guitar)

Jazz Is Dead:
JImmy Herring - guitar
T. Lavitz - keys
Alphonso Johnson - bass
Billy Cobham - drums
guest -> John Scofield - guitar

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