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SONGS FOR 2009

Izzy is pulling out some old songs for the New Year for his Cafe Vibes. Amongst these are:
TROUBLE(Ry Cooder). Cooder’s version of a black American Depression song. Wot better time to bring it out than now ?
HELLO. HELLO. Izzy doesn’t know where it came from but it was a song from the 69-ers CLICK WINE BAR era. Izzy believes it was a 1920s Jug Band Song.
YOU RASCAL YOU ( Louis Armstrong) A song Iz has wanted to do for many years. He feels it will fit perfectly into his CAFE VIBES.
More new songs are on the horizon as Izzy grows restless with his present repertoire, inspired perhaps by the recent spate of Internet Sales of old Zarsoff Songs.

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IZZY FOREAL AND VARIOUS GUESTS – CAFÉ VIBES

IZZY FOREAL AND VARIOUS GUESTS – CAFÉ VIBES

Izzy Foreal performs his semi-acoustic ‘21st-Century Skiffle’ music every Saturday night at Jamieson’s Restaurant in West Tweed, ably assisted by assorted guest musicians and cohorts. Izzy has an impressive musical pedigree, but it perhaps most infamous as the bass player and vocalist with Sydney comedy-rock band The Zarsoff Brothers.

On Mothers Day at the Ilnam Estate Winery Izzy will be joined by Dave (‘The Bloke’) Ovenden, mandolinist and frontman for contemporary Australiana exponents Bullamakanka. ‘The Bloke’ and Izzy also play together in semi-acoustic outfit Paspalum as well as The Bob Dylan Song Book Band, which appears the first Sunday of each month at the Bilambil Sports Club. Izzy was also bass player with Bullamakanka in the early 1980s, and he and ‘The Bloke’ played together in the seminal 70s comedy-rock band The 69ers.

On Mothers Day at Ilnam Izzy and ‘The Bloke’ will feature Paspalum’s percussionist Chris ‘The Boss’ Fieldo, with a possible guest appearance by Pete Lawson (also from Paspalum and Bullamakanka).

Try these web sites for images, music and more info:

http://www.myspace.com/izzy_foreal

http://www.myspace.com/paspalum

http://www.sonicbids.com/Paspalum

http://www.ilnam.com.au/