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Posts Tagged ‘Guitar

From the U.S.: Troy Roberts’ Nu-Jive 5 performs One Day Wonder in New York, June 26, 2013. Featuring Roberts (composer, tenor sax), Silvano Monasterios (keyboards), Eric England (bass), Sam Petitti (guitar) and David Chiverton (drums).

July 26, 2016

From the U.S.: Kam Falk submits an original song for the following 2016 contest using assets from Tarova, provided by Indaba Music and Snarky Puppy. Featuring Falk (producer, engineer, keyboards, synth solo) and Federico Himiob (rhythm guitar and guitar solo).

June 12, 2016

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THE PLAYER. https://embed.indabamusic.com/p?p=https://lydian.indabamusic.com/submissions/5bb5ba84-2cc3-11e6-9e8a-0ecda187fe01/playlist

From France: Marcus Miller performs Miles Davis’ So What, from the “Master of All Trades” concert, featuring Poogie Bell III (drums), Dean Brown (guitar), Roger Byam (saxophone), Bruce Flowers (keyboards) and Patches Stewart (trumpet).

April 23, 2016

From Russia: Linley Marthe (bass) performs an entire concert at Alexey Kozlov Club, with Gurgen Janguiryan (guitar), Ignat Kravtsov (drums), Nata Melody (vocals) and Valeriy Stepanov (keyboards) on September 9, 2013.

March 1, 2016

From the U.S.: The Zamar Odongo Collective performs their arrangement of Herbie Hancock’s Cantaloupe Island live at Berklee College of Music.

December 20, 2015

From Japan: Steps Ahead in 1986, featuring Mike Mainieri (vibes), Michael Brecker (sax), Darryl Jones (bass), Steve Smith (drums), Warren Bernhardt (keyboards) and Mike Stern (guitar).

August 23, 2015

From Switzerland: Herbie Hancock performs Actual Proof at Montreux, with Greg Phillinganes (keyboards), Tal Wilkenfeld (bass), Lionel Loueke ( guitar) and Vinnie Colaiuta (drums).

August 12, 2015

From France: Antoine Boyer (guitar), S├ębastien Giniaux (guitar) and William Brunard (upright bass) perform “What is This Thing Called love?” – Atelier Charonne, Paris, March, 2015.

July 20, 2015

From West Germany: Wes Montgomery performs West Coast Blues in a rehearsal for the NDR Jazz Workshop – NDR Studio 10, Hamburg, April 30, 1965. Featuring Wes on guitar, with: Martial Solal (piano), Michel Gaudry (bass), Ronnie Stephenson (drums), Hans Koller (alto sax), Johnny Griffin (tenor sax), Ronnie Scott (tenor sax) and Ronnie Ross (baritone).

April 14, 2015

From Denmark: The Chris Minh Doky Band performs Certified at Breman, 2010. Featuring Chris Minh Doky (upright electric bass), Dave Weckl (drums), George Whitty (keyboards) and Dean Brown (guitar).

January 14, 2015