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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davr For Pros Sign in or sign up to create or claim your musician profile page. 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.
Prior to the band’s next record, inboth Jay and Buzz left to pursue the many other projects on their respective plates. Inthe band reunited for two beneift shows: And the mysterious “Someone’s Watching” featured beautiful sax leads with undercurrent of warm ambience. Feb 28 Thu 8: First name and Last name. Sign in Sign up Email address. Search Photos by photo tag. The funky “Watch Your Step” offered a solid groove building into a drum solo in the middle. Dave sat eave the board for rhytum entire record – yielding a very precise sound not unlike his approach to music.
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Sign in or sign up to upload your events. Rounding out the lineup were two highly-respected world-class musicians wwckl Brandon Fields saxophones and Buzz Feiten guitars. Having released three solo projects that featured top jazz performers such as Chick Corea, Anthony Jackson, Michael Brecker and Steve Gadd, Dave was driven to write and produce music driven by band chemistry and delivered personally to audiences worldwide.
If you shop at any of the stores below, please initiate your purchase from All About Jazz. 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 cymbal work to close out the piece. Bob Malach is along on tenor sax, soloing gamely in a neo-Arnett Cobb mode and pitching in on the unison theme statements.
Dave Weckl decided to fulfill his dream of starting a live band in I love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind. Mar 13 Wed 7: Sign in or sign up to upload and share your publicity or live event photos.
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