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  1. I just mixed the July 14th. 2009 gig live from the Terrace Lounge yeah the Tuesday night show with Chris Klinkhardt and Lew Scott now when Chris plays Chris plays with great power and command on his horn at all times you can hear the melody very well when he play's then theirs Lew Scott on bass with his great harmony’s that make the trumpet notes just right perfect in the music and holding up the time is Marvin bugalu Smith on drums this is a great trio a must see that’s why I call it
    The night of the cookers 1

    Mr.Jay Lang worte: As the Dog Daze of summer have finally found us here in New York,there is a tendency to fall into the stupor of hot sticky days and the slumber of warm still nights...unless you happen to be one of the fortunate souls to venture down the dark streets of Newburgh to the Happenings and Sounds of the Terrace Lounge...and word is getting around. From the colleges to the hippest jazz cats around, the word is spreading...'There are some bad MF's playing some heavy sounds at the Terrace Lounge, all led by an amazing drummer named Bugalu'.

    That's the word. Get to it, and get hip. Marvin Bugalu and his Jazz Cats have invaded Newburgh...where today it may have an image of danger, but there are forces that are turning it into a mecca of wonderful crazy exceptionally HOT JAZZ. YEAH!

    Marvin bugalu Smith drums CEO of bumar records
    Chris Klinkhardt trumpet
    Lew Scott bass

    Marvin bugalu Smith drums CEO of bumar records
    Chris Klinkhardt trumpet
    Lew Scott bass

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  2. I just mixed the July 14th. 2009 gig live from the Terrace Lounge yeah the Tuesday night show with Chris Klinkhardt and Lew Scott now when Chris plays Chris plays with great power and command on his horn at all times you can hear the melody very well when he play's then theirs Lew Scott on bass with his great harmony’s that make the trumpet notes just right perfect in the music and holding up the time is Marvin bugalu Smith on drums this is a great trio a must see that’s why I call it
    The night of the cookers 1

    Mr.Jay Lang worte: As the Dog Daze of summer have finally found us here in New York,there is a tendency to fall into the stupor of hot sticky days and the slumber of warm still nights...unless you happen to be one of the fortunate souls to venture down the dark streets of Newburgh to the Happenings and Sounds of the Terrace Lounge...and word is getting around. From the colleges to the hippest jazz cats around, the word is spreading...'There are some bad MF's playing some heavy sounds at the Terrace Lounge, all led by an amazing drummer named Bugalu'.

    That's the word. Get to it, and get hip. Marvin Bugalu and his Jazz Cats have invaded Newburgh...where today it may have an image of danger, but there are forces that are turning it into a mecca of wonderful crazy exceptionally HOT JAZZ. YEAH!

    Marvin bugalu Smith drums CEO of bumar records
    Chris Klinkhardt trumpet
    Lew Scott bass

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  3. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents
    Concert: July 21st.2009 live from the Terrace Lounge
    For my boys
    John Esposito (Piano
    John Esposito one of my favorite players of all time John has the creative power to play two harmonies at the same time wail play interesting melodies on the piano
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    Mark Hagan Bass another one of my favorite players of all time
    Because Mark plays his bow on the bass with great power, and great creativeness he’s always playing new stuff on the bandstand it’s very exciting playing with him. and holding up the time is Marvin bugalu Smith on drums this is a great trio a must see that’s

    Mr.Jay Lange wrote:
    With this weeks Tuesday night roundup of Marvin's Terrace Lounge Jazz extraordinaire we are welcome to a very special treat. The music with the great John Esposito, Mark Hagan and Rob Fisch, seems to time transport us to the West Coast circa early 1960's. This is a 'Cool West Coast' set perhaps in memory to Marvin’s old band mate Chet Baker. Only Marvin would know, but it sure feels like it. As usual , once again we are witnesses to Marvin displaying his mastery of all structures of Jazz.

    On a side note, there are clubs and there are clubs. Some you enter by birthright, others through annual fees, and others, entered and welcomed only through shear talent alone...and Marvin Bugalu Smith is of that exclusive group.

    This is a club that boasts members of the greatest drummers that ever graced our planet: Max Roach, Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Roy Hayes, and Art Taylor, to name a few. Giants that personally welcomed Marvin, at a young age, while they were still in their prime to join the ranks and carry the baton.

    And we are now fortunate every Tuesday night to be able to enjoy his sounds and explosive tenacity of his drumming and if you are lucky to even can share a few words between sets with him. If you are a lover of great music and want to feel the greatness of those masters of their art, listen and get down to the Terrace Lounge. This reviewer promises you will leave awestruck and breathless. Cheers.

    -Marvin Bugalu Smith Drums drums CEO of bumar records
    John Esposito (PianoMark Hagan (Bass)
    Rob Fisch trumpet

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  4. Shot and edited on Super 8mm Fuji Velvia Pro, hand processed as color reversal at the Gowanus Darkroom, transferred by Metropolis Post. MONO NO AWARE INTRO TO SUPER 8MM ON COLOR REVERSAL Register here : mononoawarefilm.com/workshops

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  5. Truth be told, "BETTER THAN HOLLYWOOD” Series 48

    Truth be told, "BETTER THAN HOLLYWOOD” Series 48 7/06/2010 Bruce Edwards - guitar Malcolm Cecil - bass and bugalu drums the music will be off the hook I can't wait.
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    I was right about this group and as soon as I got to the Terrace Lounge driving his car was the very wonderful Rob Sheps with his wonderful soprano sax sound then of course Master Bruce Edwards
    walked in with Malcolm Cecil right behind him so this night would be a four piece group with

    Marvin “Bugalu"Smith drums
    Bruce Edwards guitar
    Rob Sheps soprano sax
    Malcolm Cecil bass

    The last song " my shining hour"

    It's a MUST see kind of concert, you can actual
    hear bugalu yelling for joy as he plays behind both
    Bruce Edwards and Rob Sheps with Malcolm Cecil
    On the the bottom with his bass this is the joy of joys
    this is what bugalu wants the people to feel
    the music is Holy Ghost right

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