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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by tribalfusion, Sep 5, 2016.
Mum... I think Mike Pope plays a lot here in Baltimore with Carl Flipiak. Great bass player.
Still seems to be active : http://www.labelfreres.com/home.php?id=0&it=2&fr=1
Sara Serpa and Andre Matos:
If you are a long time Baltimore resident , do you remember a band called "Tangent"? they used to play at cafe park plaza in the early 80's. Place is long gone, of course.
More Frank Gambale from the current tour (which I hope you all are going to check out)
Nick Kellie with Brian Auger:
Alex Sill playing Moanin' with bassist Ben Shepherd
Steve Smith on the drumcam:
A new video from Rocco Zifarelli
The new one from Mike Stern and Jeff Lorber with Vinnie Colaiuta on drums and Jimmy Haslip on bass
Hey Tribal... have you heard pianist Egidijus Buožis with Al Di Meola and Brian Bromberg on a full cd as sidemen?
It's really quite a nice sounding cd with Al Di Meola playing very restrained style for him with a very different sounding band... his guitars even sound like they were recorded differently than what he normally does in the studio...maybe more acoustic sounding?
Good catch, Carltone. I meant to post about that a while back and got sidetracked. You're right that it's a different mix for Al there with less reverb than he often favors and some of the tracks edge toward smooth jazz a bit. Al's collaborations in recent years have usually been handled from his own studio while this one wasn't.
Have you heard the Aziza Mustafa Zadeh album with Al on it (as well as Bill Evans, Stanley Clarke, Omar Hakim and Kai Eckhardt)? That's probably my favorite collaboration from Al from the 90s onward:
Oh, yes.... I have that and it’s very cool, too. Haven’t heard it in a while but I remember it being somewhat closer to Al’s approach with his own music. I thought Aziza was a very good pianist, as well... and I love Omar Hakim! What struck me about this new one is Al’s almost total lack of his trademark heavy syncopated rhythm work and even his solos are more reliant on simply stating relatively straight melodic lines... kind of neat to hear Al play that way... to me, at least...
Daisuke Kunita from Japan:
Kevin Field with Nir Felder
Jimi Tunnell playing Body and Soul
More Jimi Tunnell
Looking forward to Nir’s next solo album.
Allen Hinds clip and interview:
The jazzy side of the Bros. Landreth