Dave Liebman: On the Corner Live!By
And though the electric chapter of Miles Davis and Liebman serves as the historical pivot point, for On The Corner Live: The Music of Miles Davis, the impetus behind both this gig and the recording is the Grammy-winning sax-man Jeff Coffin. Back in 2015, while Liebman was visiting Coffin's home base in Nashville, Coffin, a long standing member of Bela Fleck & The Flecktones and resident saxophonist for Dave Matthews, got the idea to explore Miles music. He then assembled fellow Flecktone bassist Victor Wooten, drummer Chester Thompson (an early Frank Zappa, Weather Report, and Genesis alumnus), pianist Chris Walters and guitarist James DaSilva.
Perhaps not as dense as any of the material featured on the original
Lieb Talks About Miles; In a Silent Way; On the Corner; Wili (for Dave); Bass Interlude; Black Satin; Selim; Guitar Interlude; Ife; Drum Interlude; Mojo; Jean Pierre.
Dave Liebman: tenor and soprano saxophone, wood flute; Jeff Coffin: tenor, soprano, and electro saxophone, flute, clarinet; Victor Wooten: electric bass; Chester Thompson: drums; Chris Walters: keyboards; James DaSilva: guitar.
Title: On the Corner Live! | Year Released: 2019 | Record Label: Ear Up Records
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