1. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents a new concert series Tuesday, August 25th 2009

    Jazz promotes peace and democracy in every person that is playing it, each person has a voice and can express his or her feelings freely this music promotes peace even in people that don’t know each other well, This is the way of true peace, people today are afraid of the unknown, and put up walls against those people that are different then themselves people should be like jazz musicians who learn to work together to creating a beautiful
    Harmony this is the case with this week’s jazz jam session with live from the Terrace Lounge with
    Ron Petrides guitar and
    Rich Syracuse bass and of course
    Marvin Bugalu Smith drums

    Ron Petrides is an excellent guitar player who holds a PhD. in composition music. About one month before this very gig I met Ron at his gig in Nyack New York at a club called Olives there was no time to have a rehearsal
    Before the gig it was just time to put the drums up and hit, after this I was convinced that I would bring Ron to the Terrace Lounge to play my jazz jam session this music is the results of people getting together, Ron and Rich Syracuse have never met or played together before this night after the first song you can see them shake hands this is peace in motion democracy is in the game which promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Enjoy the music people and remember that jazz promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Jazz did not have such a smooth start as we see it now today, Jazz was the out cry of black people wanting to speck out saying something, When it started it was put in the whore house yes the whore house that’s where Louis Armstrong played some of his best gigs jazz was called the devils music to white people (the media) but because this music was and is still great the more white people talked bad about it the more the people wanted to hear this great music this music has no prejudice in it at all it’s the way all people
    should be without tags on them.

    Mr.Jay Lang:wrote August 31 at 5:49pm
    As the summer rolls to an end, we can look back on a summer of like no other. Great losses, some gains, economic meltdown, political discourse, wars & terrorism, factions and fear permeated our lives, yet...

    ...it has been in this 'changing winds of time' that we have been blessed with the likes of Marvin Bugalu Smith and his relentless pursuit of bringing his music, philosophy and peace of mind to the people.

    Music is peace, and the Master has helped us all in many ways through his weekly gigs to bring us past, present and future glimpses of beautiful and lasting positive vibrations.

    Now as we look into the autumn leaves that will soon befall us, it is a time of splendid beauty that I am sure the Master will usher in with the likes of some of the greatest Jazz still being heard today. I'm looking forward to the changes, both seasonal and musical I am sure we will be hearing from the greats that grace Newburgh.

    Marvin Bugalu Smith (Drums)
    Ron Petrides (Guitar)
    Rich Syracuse (Bass

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  2. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents a new concert series Tuesday, August 25th 2009

    Jazz promotes peace and democracy in every person that is playing it, each person has a voice and can express his or her feelings freely this music promotes peace even in people that don’t know each other well, This is the way of true peace, people today are afraid of the unknown, and put up walls against those people that are different then themselves people should be like jazz musicians who learn to work together to creating a beautiful
    Harmony this is the case with this week’s jazz jam session with live from the Terrace Lounge with
    Ron Petrides guitar and
    Rich Syracuse bass and of course
    Marvin Bugalu Smith drums

    Ron Petrides is an excellent guitar player who holds a PhD. in composition music. About one month before this very gig I met Ron at his gig in Nyack New York at a club called Olives there was no time to have a rehearsal
    Before the gig it was just time to put the drums up and hit, after this I was convinced that I would bring Ron to the Terrace Lounge to play my jazz jam session this music is the results of people getting together, Ron and Rich Syracuse have never met or played together before this night after the first song you can see them shake hands this is peace in motion democracy is in the game which promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Enjoy the music people and remember that jazz promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Jazz did not have such a smooth start as we see it now today, Jazz was the out cry of black people wanting to speck out saying something, When it started it was put in the whore house yes the whore house that’s where Louis Armstrong played some of his best gigs jazz was called the devils music to white people (the media) but because this music was and is still great the more white people talked bad about it the more the people wanted to hear this great music this music has no prejudice in it at all it’s the way all people
    should be without tags on them.

    Mr.Jay Lang:wrote August 31 at 5:49pm
    As the summer rolls to an end, we can look back on a summer of like no other. Great losses, some gains, economic meltdown, political discourse, wars & terrorism, factions and fear permeated our lives, yet...

    ...it has been in this 'changing winds of time' that we have been blessed with the likes of Marvin Bugalu Smith and his relentless pursuit of bringing his music, philosophy and peace of mind to the people.

    Music is peace, and the Master has helped us all in many ways through his weekly gigs to bring us past, present and future glimpses of beautiful and lasting positive vibrations.

    Now as we look into the autumn leaves that will soon befall us, it is a time of splendid beauty that I am sure the Master will usher in with the likes of some of the greatest Jazz still being heard today. I'm looking forward to the changes, both seasonal and musical I am sure we will be hearing from the greats that grace Newburgh.

    Marvin Bugalu Smith (Drums)
    Ron Petrides (Guitar)
    Rich Syracuse (Bass

    vimeo.com/6337096
    vimeo.com/6338946
    vimeo.com/6340124
    vimeo.com/6355875
    vimeo.com/6357346
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    vimeo.com/6366197
    vimeo.com/6345299

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  3. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents a new concert series Tuesday, August 25th 2009

    Jazz promotes peace and democracy in every person that is playing it, each person has a voice and can express his or her feelings freely this music promotes peace even in people that don’t know each other well, This is the way of true peace, people today are afraid of the unknown, and put up walls against those people that are different then themselves people should be like jazz musicians who learn to work together to creating a beautiful
    Harmony this is the case with this week’s jazz jam session with live from the Terrace Lounge with
    Ron Petrides guitar and
    Rich Syracuse bass and of course
    Marvin Bugalu Smith drums

    Ron Petrides is an excellent guitar player who holds a PhD. in composition music. About one month before this very gig I met Ron at his gig in Nyack New York at a club called Olives there was no time to have a rehearsal
    Before the gig it was just time to put the drums up and hit, after this I was convinced that I would bring Ron to the Terrace Lounge to play my jazz jam session this music is the results of people getting together, Ron and Rich Syracuse have never met or played together before this night after the first song you can see them shake hands this is peace in motion democracy is in the game which promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Enjoy the music people and remember that jazz promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Jazz did not have such a smooth start as we see it now today, Jazz was the out cry of black people wanting to speck out saying something, When it started it was put in the whore house yes the whore house that’s where Louis Armstrong played some of his best gigs jazz was called the devils music to white people (the media) but because this music was and is still great the more white people talked bad about it the more the people wanted to hear this great music this music has no prejudice in it at all it’s the way all people
    should be without tags on them.

    Mr.Jay Lang:wrote August 31 at 5:49pm
    As the summer rolls to an end, we can look back on a summer of like no other. Great losses, some gains, economic meltdown, political discourse, wars & terrorism, factions and fear permeated our lives, yet...

    ...it has been in this 'changing winds of time' that we have been blessed with the likes of Marvin Bugalu Smith and his relentless pursuit of bringing his music, philosophy and peace of mind to the people.

    Music is peace, and the Master has helped us all in many ways through his weekly gigs to bring us past, present and future glimpses of beautiful and lasting positive vibrations.

    Now as we look into the autumn leaves that will soon befall us, it is a time of splendid beauty that I am sure the Master will usher in with the likes of some of the greatest Jazz still being heard today. I'm looking forward to the changes, both seasonal and musical I am sure we will be hearing from the greats that grace Newburgh.

    Marvin Bugalu Smith (Drums)
    Ron Petrides (Guitar)
    Rich Syracuse (Bass

    vimeo.com/6337096
    vimeo.com/6338946
    vimeo.com/6340124
    vimeo.com/6355875
    vimeo.com/6357346
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    vimeo.com/6366197
    vimeo.com/6345299

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  4. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents a new concert series Tuesday, August 25th 2009

    Jazz promotes peace and democracy in every person that is playing it, each person has a voice and can express his or her feelings freely this music promotes peace even in people that don’t know each other well, This is the way of true peace, people today are afraid of the unknown, and put up walls against those people that are different then themselves people should be like jazz musicians who learn to work together to creating a beautiful
    Harmony this is the case with this week’s jazz jam session with live from the Terrace Lounge with
    Ron Petrides guitar and
    Rich Syracuse bass and of course
    Marvin Bugalu Smith drums

    Ron Petrides is an excellent guitar player who holds a PhD. in composition music. About one month before this very gig I met Ron at his gig in Nyack New York at a club called Olives there was no time to have a rehearsal
    Before the gig it was just time to put the drums up and hit, after this I was convinced that I would bring Ron to the Terrace Lounge to play my jazz jam session this music is the results of people getting together, Ron and Rich Syracuse have never met or played together before this night after the first song you can see them shake hands this is peace in motion democracy is in the game which promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Enjoy the music people and remember that jazz promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Jazz did not have such a smooth start as we see it now today, Jazz was the out cry of black people wanting to speck out saying something, When it started it was put in the whore house yes the whore house that’s where Louis Armstrong played some of his best gigs jazz was called the devils music to white people (the media) but because this music was and is still great the more white people talked bad about it the more the people wanted to hear this great music this music has no prejudice in it at all it’s the way all people
    should be without tags on them.

    Mr.Jay Lang:wrote August 31 at 5:49pm
    As the summer rolls to an end, we can look back on a summer of like no other. Great losses, some gains, economic meltdown, political discourse, wars & terrorism, factions and fear permeated our lives, yet...

    ...it has been in this 'changing winds of time' that we have been blessed with the likes of Marvin Bugalu Smith and his relentless pursuit of bringing his music, philosophy and peace of mind to the people.

    Music is peace, and the Master has helped us all in many ways through his weekly gigs to bring us past, present and future glimpses of beautiful and lasting positive vibrations.

    Now as we look into the autumn leaves that will soon befall us, it is a time of splendid beauty that I am sure the Master will usher in with the likes of some of the greatest Jazz still being heard today. I'm looking forward to the changes, both seasonal and musical I am sure we will be hearing from the greats that grace Newburgh.

    Marvin Bugalu Smith (Drums)
    Ron Petrides (Guitar)
    Rich Syracuse (Bass

    vimeo.com/6337096
    vimeo.com/6338946
    vimeo.com/6340124
    vimeo.com/6355875
    vimeo.com/6357346
    vimeo.com/6359262
    vimeo.com/6366197
    vimeo.com/6345299

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  5. Bumar records in association with Compassionate sound and motion productions proudly presents a new concert series Tuesday, August 25th 2009

    Jazz promotes peace and democracy in every person that is playing it, each person has a voice and can express his or her feelings freely this music promotes peace even in people that don’t know each other well, This is the way of true peace, people today are afraid of the unknown, and put up walls against those people that are different then themselves people should be like jazz musicians who learn to work together to creating a beautiful
    Harmony this is the case with this week’s jazz jam session with live from the Terrace Lounge with
    Ron Petrides guitar and
    Rich Syracuse bass and of course
    Marvin Bugalu Smith drums

    Ron Petrides is an excellent guitar player who holds a PhD. in composition music. About one month before this very gig I met Ron at his gig in Nyack New York at a club called Olives there was no time to have a rehearsal
    Before the gig it was just time to put the drums up and hit, after this I was convinced that I would bring Ron to the Terrace Lounge to play my jazz jam session this music is the results of people getting together, Ron and Rich Syracuse have never met or played together before this night after the first song you can see them shake hands this is peace in motion democracy is in the game which promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Enjoy the music people and remember that jazz promotes peace and goodwill for all men! Jazz did not have such a smooth start as we see it now today, Jazz was the out cry of black people wanting to speck out saying something, When it started it was put in the whore house yes the whore house that’s where Louis Armstrong played some of his best gigs jazz was called the devils music to white people (the media) but because this music was and is still great the more white people talked bad about it the more the people wanted to hear this great music this music has no prejudice in it at all it’s the way all people
    should be without tags on them.

    Mr.Jay Lang:wrote August 31 at 5:49pm
    As the summer rolls to an end, we can look back on a summer of like no other. Great losses, some gains, economic meltdown, political discourse, wars & terrorism, factions and fear permeated our lives, yet...

    ...it has been in this 'changing winds of time' that we have been blessed with the likes of Marvin Bugalu Smith and his relentless pursuit of bringing his music, philosophy and peace of mind to the people.

    Music is peace, and the Master has helped us all in many ways through his weekly gigs to bring us past, present and future glimpses of beautiful and lasting positive vibrations.

    Now as we look into the autumn leaves that will soon befall us, it is a time of splendid beauty that I am sure the Master will usher in with the likes of some of the greatest Jazz still being heard today. I'm looking forward to the changes, both seasonal and musical I am sure we will be hearing from the greats that grace Newburgh.

    Marvin Bugalu Smith (Drums)
    Ron Petrides (Guitar)
    Rich Syracuse (Bass

    vimeo.com/6337096
    vimeo.com/6338946
    vimeo.com/6340124
    vimeo.com/6355875
    vimeo.com/6357346
    vimeo.com/6359262
    vimeo.com/6366197
    vimeo.com/6345299

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