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Jan Hammer, Mark lettieri and Graham Costello

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Music from Jan Hammer and his album Seasons Part 1, guitarist Mark lettieri's Deep The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 and a new single from Graham Costello's upcoming release.Playlist Jan Hammer “April" from Seasons Part 1 (Country & Eastern) 00:00 Mark Lettieri “Magnetar" from Deep-The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 (Ground Up Music) 17:29 Dennis Chambers-Jeff Berlin “D Funk'd" from Boston T Party (Tone Centre) 29:09 Jeff Berlin “Joe Frazier Round 3" from Joe Frazier Round 3 (Jeff Berlin Music) ...

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New releases from Randal Despommier, Mark Lettieri, Cameron Graves and much more

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We're spinning new music from Charles Berthoud, Cameron Graves, Mark Lettieri and Randal Despommier. Playlist Miles Davis “Miles Runs The Voodoo Down" from Live At Filmore (Sony) 00:00 Return To Forever “Al's Solo" from Return To Forever Returns (Eagle) 06:51 Charles Berthoud “Don't Look Back Again" from Epiphany (Self Produced) 13:34 Cameron Graves “Sons of Creation" from Seven (Mack Avenue) 20:19 Mark Lettieri “Star Catchers" from Deep--The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 (GroundUp) 27:09 The Fearless Flyers “Nate Smith ...

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Album Review

Mark Lettieri: Things Of That Nature

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Some musicians just have a certain skill set. You know, the one that could make “Mary Had A Little Lamb" entertaining enough for you to go out and buy their cover of it? As on his previous albums, guitarist Mark Lettieri's fifth solo outing Things of That Nature reminds us that he is one of those guys. It also reminds us that despite having those serious chops--and a proclivity to rock-out--Lettieri puts way too much emphasis on musical ...

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Interview

Mark Lettieri: Snarky Guitars, Part 1

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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 For the first interview in a series on the Snarky Puppy guitar triumvirate, we spoke to Mark Lettieri. Unlike most of the original core members of the band, Lettieri did not come out of the jazz program at the University of North Texas. Oddly enough, he was a marketing and advertising major at nearby Texas Christian University who got hooked into the burgeoning jny: Dallas/Fort Worth gospel and R&B scene ...


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