Saturday, December 12, 2009

This Should Be Good

Terry Bozzio, Allan Holdsworth, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto
Kuumbwa Jazz Center Wednesday, January 6 (Tony Levin)
“…blistering licks and well-orchestrated bombast.” – Jazz Times

This quartet initially converged for a 2008 tour of Japan; at last, they’ve scheduled time to bring the show stateside. Drummer Terry Bozzio was a central figure in many a Frank Zappa masterwork. In terms of technique and equipment, Allan Holdsworth has inspired legions of guitarists and shaped the trajectory of progressive rock and jazz fusion. With a respectful nod to King Crimson (with whom he performs extensively), Pat Mastelotto doubles down on percussion duties. A fellow King Crimson alumnus and first-call bassist with chops that defy genera, Tony Levin is best known for pioneering the use of his instrument of choice, the Chapman stick. Not for the faint-hearted, this super group thrives on improvisational forays that go way, way over the top.

This one's for martin.....

Friday, December 11, 2009


Blew my mind. Name them folks, I only got two of them. Who's the dobro picker?

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Hey Jack!

I was into The Fat Man, that led me to this, and I was thinking of Zeke, who just nails this tune.

This one, it haunts in a different way, and I LOVE this guys fingerpicking, and his voicing.

Happy Pre Holiday's To All Howdians.

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