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Posts Tagged ‘Keyboards

From Israel: Tribal Tech performs The Big Wave, Smelly Old Dog, Speak, Boat Gig, The Crawling Horror and Big Fun at Israel Live ’95 – featuring Scott Henderson (guitar), Gary Willis (bass), Scott Kinsey (keyboards) and Kirk Covington (drums).

May 5, 2019

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From Japan: Overdue blog post – some ‘stank face’ jazz. Louis Cato (drums), George Duke (Dukey stick), Marcus Miller (bass), David Sanborn (alto sax) and Federico Peña (keys and intro solo) perform the best arrangement of Run for Cover, from Sanborn’s 1981 album entitled VOYEUR.

February 23, 2019

From the U.S.: Kam Falk releases FIGHT OR FLIGHT, featuring Federico Himiob (guitars), Marcel Morejon (vocals) and John Bruschini (nylon string acoustic guitar). CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND A MULTI-FACETED PREVIEW PLAYER WILL OPEN.

January 16, 2019

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From the U.S.: Kai Eckhardt and Osam Ezzeldin perform Stanley Clarke’s School Days in 7/4.

January 3, 2018

From the U.S.: Adam Nitti performs Not of This World – Featuring: Jason Palmer (drums), Chris Carver (keyboards) and Gerald Gradwohl (guitar).

December 6, 2017

From the U.S.: Kam Falk (drum programming, six-string bass, keyboards) releases Harmful If Swallowed, featuring Federico Himiob (guitars), November, 2017.

November 4, 2017

From Germany: Jeff Lorber performs Chinese Medicinal Herbs at Proberaum Zülpich, 2013, featuring Lorber (keyboards), Eric Mareinthal (soprano sax), Nate Phillips (bass) and Sonny Emory, (drums).

September 23, 2016

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

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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