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From the '90s Dave Weckl, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham and Lenny white

Read "From the '90s Dave Weckl, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham and Lenny white" reviewed by Len Davis

A visit to the '90s with Dave Weckl from Rhythm Of The Soul, Stanley Clarke, Live At The Greek, Billy Cobham from Flight Time. Metro with Mitchel Forman and Lenny White from Edge. Plus Brett Garsed, Steve Hunt, and Gary Husband. Playlist Dave Weckl “Designer Stubble" from Rhythm Of The Soul (Stretch) 00:00 Stanley Clarke “Stratus" from Live At The Greek (Sony) 08:10 Billy Cobham “Antares" from FlightTime (Inak) 16:18 Metro “Premonition/Metro" from Metro (Lipstick)21:05 Brett Garsed “Breath" ...

Album Review

Rob Silverman: Drumology Volume 3

Read "Drumology Volume 3" reviewed by Jim Worsley

The beat goes on. Yes, that was a big hit for Sonny & Cher back in 1967. However, here it references the third volume of drummer Rob Silverman's Drumology series. The formula seems to be working, so why not keep pounding them out? Again all proceeds go to the Neil Peart Fund for brain cancer research at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. And the core band stays intact, with Silverman being joined by brother Michael Silverman on piano and keyboards, bassist Larry ...

Album Review

Chick Corea: The Montreux Years

Read "The Montreux Years" reviewed by Doug Collette

If there is anything more ambitious than curating an extensive, comprehensive collection covering the history of an artist, it is collating selected works which vividly outline a particular timeline or theme. Chick Corea's The Montreux Years is a fine example of the latter; this seventh edition in the archive series devoted to the iconic festival not only reflects the late composer and pianist's technical skills, but also his eclectic stylistic tastes. And that is not to mention his fondness for ...

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A Visit To The '90s With Jazz Rock Plus New Releases From Kneebody And Arc Trio

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We visit the '90s with music from Lenny White, Eric Marienthal, Jimmy Haslip, Tribal Tech, Vinnie Colaiuta, Mike Stern and Steve Khan.Playlist Lenny White “Wolfbane" from Present Tense (Hip Bop) 00:00 Eric Marienthal “The Sun was In My Eyes" from Crossroads (GRP) 05:29 Al Di Meola “Paradiso" from Orange and Blue (Tomatoe) 11:09 Jimmy Haslip “Outland" from ARC (GRP) 16:46 Dave Weckl “In The Pocket" from Hard Wired (GRP) 22:29 Outsidemen “Red And Orange" from Band Overboard (Terra ...

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Tino Di Geraldo, Etienne Mbappe, Scary Goldings, Billy Cobham, Dave Weckl Band

Read "Tino Di Geraldo, Etienne Mbappe, Scary Goldings, Billy Cobham, Dave Weckl Band" reviewed by Len Davis

Etienne Mbappe from his new album Time Will Tell, Scary Goldings, Billy Cobham, Dave Weckl and Canadian guitarist Jeremy Green. Playlist Tino Di Geraldo-Carles Benavent"Discipline" from Discipline (Muba) 00:00 Etienne Mbappe “Kalos" from Time Will Tell (Sunset) 06:51 Scary Goldings “Professor Vicarious" from Professor Vicarious (Pockets) 13:39 Billy Cobham “Roller-The Reflex Revision" from Drum'n Voice Remixed (Rebirth) 20:26 Cory Wong “Assassin" from The Paisley Park Sessions (GroundUp) 27:14 Dave Weckl Band “The Chicken" from Live In St Louis ...

Album Review

Chick Corea Akoustic Band: Live!

Read "Live!" reviewed by Jim Worsley

A posthumous review of a live record sounds like an oxymoron. Particularly when it seems that Chick Corea was with us only yesterday. The sound of this record is lively, bright, and imbued with a richness of colors. The trio of Corea, bassist John Patitucci, and drummer Dave Weckl can take your breath away in an instant. This addition to their rich library is played with as much enthusiasm as it is heart, and with as much passion as it ...

Album Review

Lukasz Pawlik: Long Distance Connections

Read "Long Distance Connections" reviewed by Jim Worsley

This is fusion of the highest order, the type of project that is easy to get excited about. The complexities of Polish composer, pianist, cellist and arranger Lukasz Pawlik's compositions soar to new heights on his second album as a leader. Enlisting gold-star talent from both home and abroad, this amounts to about a fifty-fifty configuration of prominent musicians from the United States and Poland. Fusion legends trumpeter Randy Brecker and electric guitarist Mike Stern unite with Polish heavyweights tenor ...


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