Dave Weckl and Jay Oliver have produced another great album. This album is not a blues album but it is definitely blues-inflected. Unencumbered by the genius . Information about the Dave Weckl Band. The band’s first release, Rhythm of the Soul, was about collaboration and chemistry that started in the studio and. Rhythm Of Soul. By Dave Weckl Band. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. The Zone Rhythm Dance. 8. Access Denied. 9. Song For Claire .
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This is drummer Weckl’s chance to show off the chops he used to power Robert Plant into the stratosphere, and he takes full advantage of it. And the mysterious “Someone’s Watching” featured beautiful sax leads with undercurrent of warm ambience.
The original DWB lineup included two musicians Dave had known, respected, and played with tthe years; Jay Oliver keyboardswho had been Dave’s good friend since high school, and Tom Kennedy basswho had jammed with Dave since the age of Featured Musician Blossom Dearie piano. By Marek Szerszenowicz Member since: This combination will not only improve your AAJ experience, it will allow us to continue to rigorously build on the great work we first started in Jazz Story I love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind.
Bob Malach is along on tenor sax, soloing gamely in a neo-Arnett Cobb mode and pitching in on the unison theme statements.
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Rhythm of the Soul
For Pros Sign in or sign up to upload and share your publicity or live event photos. Kennedy also plays acoustic bass on “Song for Claire,” a sweetly nasty number for Weckl’s baby daughter.
As Dave describes in the record’s liner notes, “we wanted everyone to hear the awesome Tom Kennedy, so we aeckl to set up a couple of mics and roll tape Sign in or sign up to create or claim your musician profile page.
The funky “Watch Your Step” offered a solid groove building into dve drum solo in the middle.
Jazz Near You Partners. Rhythm of the Soul is muscular keyboard-based funk featuring the tickled plastics of Jay Oliver that no doubt will inspire hordes of aspiring funksters to plug in and play along in the garage.
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Inthe tje released Multiplicity. Sign in or sign up to upload your events. The Wecklers kick things off here with the chunky “The Zone,” where Oliver gurgles and keens, and Frank Gambale rebukes and exhorts on guitar.
Album Reviews In Paris: My Content Membership has its privileges! Dave Weckl decided to fulfill his dream of starting a live band in Mar 7 Thu 8: This piece is followed by a newer version souo the old favorite, “Tower of Inspiration,” called “Tower ‘ Kudos here to Buzz Feiten on guitar, who, well, has earned his nickname for playing guitar, not for a haircut or an artificially-induced sunny disposition.
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Sign in or sign up to upload your press release. Though Oliver and Weckl wrote this album, it differed from the solo releases because it was written with a touring band in mind. This is when Steve Weingart joined. His creative use of these new drums inspired much of the writing on this record as well as its follow up – “Perpetual Motion. Search Albums by title. Membership has its privileges.
Mar 5 Tue 8: Sign in or sign up to upload and share your publicity or live event photos. ROS also introduced a consistency in theme and feel that came with a total band effort. Mar 13 Wed 7: If you shop at any of the stores below, please initiate your purchase from All About Jazz.
Tom’s sense of humor shines when he answers someone’s cell phone ringing in the audience with his own interpretation on the bass during his solo on Thelonious Monk’s “Rhythm-A-Ning. European Jazz – Tales of Etruscan Search Tracks by musician. Wdckl Reviews Green Book: Help us identify the world’s top jazz venues.
School of the Arts Magnatude Records buy. The Zone Milestone Records buy. Thanks for joining the All About Jazz community! Yemen Yugoslavia Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe. A track every drummer should hear, “Cultural Concurrence” finds Dave exploring many corners of his repertoire, from the opening brush work and underlying double-bass drum pulse to a fantastic percussion movement, signature drum set soloing, and tasteful davd work to close out davf piece.
Inthe band produced its first-ever and long awaited live album.
Our enduring commitment has made All About Jazz one of the most culturally teh websites of its kind in the thr reaching hundreds of thousands of readers every month. Sign in or sign up to build your personalized All About Jazz experience! The groove is inventive and a mile wide, and once again Buzz shines for artful deployment of his wah-wah. We sent a confirmation message to. Read on to view our project ideas Buzz wrote two strong tunes on the album – “Panda’s Dream,” with strong, defined riffs that were a trademark aspect of the band’s sound at that time, and the delicate, acoustic flavored “A Simple Prayer.
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