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Thelonious Dub is a Los Angeles band that began by playing reggae versions of Thelonious Monk tunes. Gaining in popularity, the quartet’s original compositions featured heavily with their audience and is captured in their 2010 second release “Master Plan B.” Formed in 2007, Guitarist Joe Bartone was the leader of the Boston band - Fat Buddah before coming to Los Angeles and meeting Mandorico’s drummer Sean Rainey. Soon after they joined up with tenor player Space Kyle and Brandon Schmidt, upright bassist for Chord Four. Together they cultivated a chemistry of sound; nurturing ideas to flow freely among them. Master Plan B was written produced by Joe Bartone and recorded by Paul Du Gre’ (L7, Weezer, Bill Frisell, Leo Kottke)



Do it Anyway - Live at the Hotel Angeleno

Featuring the music of thelonious dub
Duration: 8:35

Joe Bartone guitar, guitar synth, effects, electric sitar Sean Rainey drums, percussion, effects Kyle ODonnell Tenor Sax, synth Brandon Schmidt Acoustic Bass

Master Plan B

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009



Straight No Chaser

Featuring the music of Thelonious Dub
Duration: 5:04

a complete misunderstanding of the tune Joe Bartone - Guitar, Sean Rainey - Drums, John Von - Bass

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Thelonious Dub to Release Debut CD

Thelonious Dub to Release Debut CD

Thelonious Dub, Hollywood based modern jazz quartet led by guitarist Joe Bartone, launches their first full-length studio effort with a special CD release party to be held at Home Restaurant and Lounge in Silverlake on Saturday, October 24 at 7pm. The CD Release Party is open to the public and features sets by both Thelonious Dub ...


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