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Posts Tagged ‘Percussion

From Canada: Jaco Pastorius (bass) performs at the Montreal Jazz Festival, 1982, with Peter Erskine (drums), Othello Molineaux (steel drums), Don Alias (percussion), Bobby Mintzer (saxophone) and Randy Brecker (trumpet).

April 18, 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 the U.S.: Adam Nitti & Friends perform the Herbie Hancock classic, Butterfly, at the Blue Canoe in Tupelo, Mississippi, July 30, 2015. Featuring Nitti (bass), Chris Carver (keyboards), Jason Palmer (drums) and Brian Cheesman (percussion).

September 7, 2015

From Germany: Trilok Gurtu (percussion), John McLaughlin (guitar) and Kai Eckhardt (bass) performing Karpeh at Theaterhaus in Stuttgart, 1989.

November 27, 2014

From the U.S.: Giorgi Mikadze, pianist, arranger and orchestrator, performs Michael Jackson’s Love Never Felt So Good at the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) studio with a live ensemble. Love Never Felt So Good was composed by Paul Anka.

November 10, 2014

From the UK: Miles Davis performs Katia in 1982 with Marcus Miller (bass), Mike Stern (guitar), Bill Evans (sax), Al Foster (drums) and Mino Cinelu (percussion). This was the “We Want Miles” band live at the Hammersmith Odeon.

March 6, 2014

From Austria: The Zawinul Legacy Band, featuring Scott Kinsey (keyboards), Katisse Buckingham (soprano sax), Hadrien Feraud (bass), Mike Baker (drums), Bobby Thomas, Jr. (percussion) perform Port of Entry. Porgy & Bess Jazz and Music Club, October 13, 2013.

November 9, 2013

From Kazakhstan: Alex Rostotsky (keyboards, vocoders, vocals) plays Joe Zawinul at Baikonur, Usadba Jazz festival, 2011. Featuring Timur Nekrasov (tenor and soprano saxophones), Lev Slepner (eclectic marimba & percussion), Vartan Babayan, (percussion) and special guests, Paco Sery (drums, kalimba, vocals) and Linley Marthe (bass).

July 19, 2013

From Japan: The Michael Brecker Quindectet performs Timbuktu at Tokyo’s Blue Note, 2004. Featuring Michael Brecker (saxophone), Gil Goldstein (piano, accordion) Alex Sipiagin (trumpet), Petr Gordon (french horn), Robin Eubanks (trombone), Bob Sheppard (flute), Dan Willis (double reeds), Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone), Joyce Hammon (violin), Meg Okura (viola), David Edggar (cello), Adam Rogers (guitar), Boris Koslov (bass), Antonio Sanchez (drums), and Danny Sadwick (percussion).

February 17, 2013

From the U.S.: Falkreations Records releases two new titles by Ahmed Radaydeh – Inferno (featuring guitar, cello, synths and percussion) and Human Condition (featuring oud) – PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW.

February 26, 2012