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Dani Fuchs

Sea of Fog

András L. Frenyo

Jay-Ray & Gee - A'Capella New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Sunday, May 6, 2007

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But it wasn’t quite over. Without even a shower to slough off the 20 layers of accumulated effluvia, we headed over to Jon Cleary’s. He’d brought in an expert team of crawfish boilers from southwest Louisiana. Not only had they hauled a dozen or more sacks of mudbugs, but they came equipped with their own tubs of resinated Tabasco -- the powdered remnants of that liquid condiment, gathered from the factory at Avery Island. Those were some tasty critters, succulent and tangy.

Jon hired an a cappella group he’d seen performing in the French Quarter. These 4 gentleman serenaded us as the sun dipped down and the tiki torches came up. Everyone elbowed into the crawfish pile and doused the spice with ice cold keg beer. Eventually, Jon and some friends played an impromptu set with piano, drum kit and horns out on the sidewalk.

We couldn’t have felt fatter, drunker or happier.

- Alicia Ault from jazzfestblog.com

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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Louisiana

Lat: 29° 55' 18.34" N
Long: 90° 5' 15.18" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

fuji s2 pro, nikkor 8mm, ipix rotator, monopod
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