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Farid Ali Quartet @ Alexis Bistro.

Farid Ali Quartet - Alexis Bistro, originally uploaded by hanlian.

Eric Li was suppose to play with them but he was feeling under the weather so he couldn't make it..but it was a blessing in disguise because Farid Ali had always wanted to play a quartet so he got his wish. :D

I was very lucky to have been able to chat with him, Julian and John during the 2 sets. They were really friendly to a guy that had just met them one or two times. :D It was really wonderful..hearing Farid Ali explain about the gambus, making small talks with Julian and John..didn't really get to talk to the bassist though..but still a great night out alone.

Was kinda hesitant to go alone but it turned out to be a great night. :D Oh,the people in the photo...L-R : Farid Ali aka Mr.Gambus, Wan(i think) on Bass, Julian Chan on saxophone & flute and John Thomas on drums. Next week at Alexis Bistro, Great Eastern Mall, Jalan Ampang...Jose Thomas & Groove Unction. Can't wait for that..and also later tonight at Mont Kiara's Sunrise Jazz & Rhythm Fest..Afro Asia with Steve Thornton, LiveWire High Wired and Aseana Percussion Unit. Wonderful weekend ahead! :)

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At 8/13/2005 08:26:00 AM, Anonymous Eugene said...

Hey dude!

It's High Wired. Nice pics by the way, but looks blurry. Whatcha using?

We'll meet tonight, definitely!    

At 8/13/2005 10:52:00 AM, Blogger dDonkey said...

oh..thats for correcting me. :)
think i must have been too tired to write properly. :P
i used my phone camera, S700i..was kinda lazy to bring out my digital. ;) abit too bulky. :D

yeah,man..see you then. :) i posted my email at your site so send me a number and i'll get in touch with you when i get to Sunrise. :)    

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