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Nov 19 2011, 13:29 di TittiesnBeerA quick list of the artists that I've seen live in 22 years period:
Bryan Ferry (x2)
Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation
Carl Palmer Band
Michael Schenker Group
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Pain of Salvation
Dream Theater (x2)
Deep Purple (x2)
Sly & Robbie
Bon Jovi (x2)
Airto Moreira & Flora Purim
Gen 8 2009, 13:59 di Neurologi28 Days1
A Perfect Circle2
Before the Dawn1
Children of Bodom1
Fun Lovin' Criminals1
Giants of Science1
Iggy Pop and the Stooges1
Mar De Grises1
Apr 28 2008, 20:31 di r0m0
Mar 11 2008, 9:56 di pierlucidiAs you can see on LOB Tech Tones Biography page during these days, we have published the update about our new drummer: Carola Iapino. Now we officially announce to all of you this new collaboration.
Carola has studied with Luca Caponi, Alex Pinnelli, Claudio Gioannini, Claudio Mastracci, Davide Piscopo, Agostino Marangolo and she followed clinics with: Roberto Gatto, Vinnie Colaiuta, Jack De Johnette, Horacio Hernandez, Nicolo Fabi, Dave Weckl, Virgil Donati.
She performed also at Villa Celimontana Jazz and Lucca Jazz.
We appreciate the efforts of all the drummers who came out to the audition. Thanks to all!
Because of logistic and geographical problems the collaboration with Roberto Marziali is over. We want to thank Roberto for his great collaboration with our band.
Thank you very much Roberto for your performances and for your friendship!
Gen 27 2008, 19:38 di el_chivoSab 26 Ene – Hector Martignon, Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Vinny Valentino, Armando Gola
Yesterday, January 27, Hector Martignon and his band hit the stage of the Metropolitan Theatre in Medellin. Joining him was Vital Information’s guitarist Vinny Valentino, Cuban bass player Armando Gola and the one and only Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, because face it, everyone was there to see El Negro play his drums. Everything while Peach was drinking with her new haircut… I wish she was there with me.
The overall presentation was filled with latin-driven jazz fusion. Almost all the repertory was original compositions by Martignon (except for one song called “Tres notas para decir te amo” …or something like that). They played songs like Refugee, 99 MacDougal, Teorema, Observatory, Guaji Rita, and others I can’t remember. I was expecting more latin oriented music, but they played this powered and technical fusion jazz with latin colors, and this all right because…I love heavy fusion!
Mag 5 2007, 10:32 di noak2000hello everyone.
first of all: The Best Fusion Bit ever: "The Chicken" by the great drummer Dave Weckl:
Second Up: Stan Getz with Desafinado from the album Jazz Samba:
third: Chameleon by Herbie Hancock played by some high school kids. Absolutely Great!
And forth, Last: Thelonious Monk in Blue Monk with his band:
Mar 12 2007, 20:06 di ElectricJazzDave Weckl
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