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Old 04-25-2014, 12:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Epic Horn Lineup

I found this great jazz/ funk fusion band recently, and when I thought it couldn't get any better they played a show with a whole different band, making it one of the most intense horn lineups I could possibly imagine. I uploaded the full show to youtube for easy viewing so here it is:

Here is the Full show

Akashic Record Live at Ryles Jazz Club on 2014-02-20
set one (91:14)

01. intro
02. Heeding Uncle Bob's Advice
03. Freetime
04. For Me To Know
05. talking
06. Bone Bop
07. unknown (track 7)
08. Subterranean Homebody
09. Damn Right, I'm Somebody
10. talking
11. Superhero Dance Party

set two (63:57)

01. intro
02. Shootin' the ****
03. Crawlin'
04. New Days Ahead
05. Rolo Tamassi
06. Whip Whop

Rhythm Section
Amy Bellamy - Piano & Keys
Aaron Bellmay - Bass
Jeffrey Lockhart - Guitar (Set 1)
Steve Fell - Guitar
Ted Sullivan - Drums

Pete Levesque - Soprano & Alto
Mark Zaleski - Alto
Tucker Antell - Tenor
Paul Lieberman - Tenor Sax, Flute, Piccolo & Percussion
Mat Schumer - Baritone

Yaure Muniz
Alex Lee-Clark
Scott Aruda
David Neves

Brian Thomas
Jeff Hoyer
Clayton DeWalt
Ido Meshulam - Bass
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Old 04-25-2014, 01:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I got to see the Tower of Power in 1971. Believe it or not the second best horn section I ever saw was the numerous times I saw Eugene, Oregon's Cherry Poppin' Daddies in the early 90's.
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Old 04-25-2014, 04:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The most underrated and overlooked horn band ever, The Buddy Miles Express.

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