Resources Elsewhere Online

By all means, visit the Funkabilly Pages at: http://webpages.charter.net/dominicschaeffer/html/fkb.html. Poking around in there will acquaint you with the fine points and foibles of my friend, Dominic Schaeffer, front man for Funkabilly and a fine sax player.

 

In need of a band? Contact Benet Schaeffer at: http://bsarootsmusic.com/. Besides being a terrific agent, the Bean can bang the drums pretty damn well. Check out any of the dozens of records he's played on. ( Right here on fojammi.com even...)

Rounding out the rhythm section, here's a link to a genealogy page heavily contributed to by my favorite bass player, Tracy Wynkoop: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wynkoop/. You may not be a Wynkoop, but for decency's sake try to act like one.

 

Anything by Ernst Cassirer is worth reading. Try this link as an introduction to him: http://www.princeton.edu/~freshman/philosophy/cassirer/cassirer.html

There's a lot more available online.

The Project Gutenberg edition of "Voyage to Arcturus" by David Lindsay is available here:

http://digital.library.upenn.edu/webbin/gutbook/lookup?num=1329

 

Take a walk on the ambient side at Multiphase Records:

http://www.mphase.com/

Besides lots of good material from my friends Carl Weingarten, Walt Whitney and David Udell, Fo Jammi plays on Carls' "Living in the Distant Present".