DAVE WECKL RHYTHM OF THE SOUL PDF

Here, he celebrates his liberation from Corea's Elektric fold with a vengeance. The ensemble ventures into a variety of decades: the 70s, with Steve Tavaglione blowing percussive sax over Buzz Feiten's wah-wah over Jay Oliver 's Fender Rhodes Crusaders feel; to the 60s, where, on " Shuffle," Weckl and Tom Kennedy lay a throbbing foundation based on Booker T 's "Green Onions" for the playful interaction of saxman Bob Malach and Feiten; and even the 80s, where Gambale does his best Eddie Van Halen power guitar to drive the rockin' blues of "Access Denied. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International.

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Dave Weckl decided to fulfill his dream of starting a live band in 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. The original DWB lineup included two musicians Dave had known, respected, and played with for years; Jay Oliver keyboards , who had been Dave's good friend since high school, and Tom Kennedy bass , who had jammed with Dave since the age of Jay had been very involved in writing and production of Dave's original three solo records, while Tom also appeared on many of the songs.

Rounding out the lineup were two highly-respected world-class musicians in Brandon Fields saxophones and Buzz Feiten guitars. The band's first release, Rhythm of the Soul , was about collaboration and chemistry that started in the studio and grew stronger as live performances.

Though Oliver and Weckl wrote this album, it differed from the solo releases because it was written with a touring band in mind. ROS also introduced a consistency in theme and feel that came with a total band effort.

And the mysterious "Someone's Watching" featured beautiful sax leads with undercurrent of warm ambience. The "band sensibility" manifested itself in a different way when Dave, Jay, and Tom recorded "Transition Jam.

And there was more to it than that. As Dave describes in the record's liner notes, "we wanted everyone to hear the awesome Tom Kennedy, so we decided to set up a couple of mics and roll tape Yeah Tommy!

In the album's liner notes, Dave says "I decided to have a band writing day, rehearsal kind of jam session, which ended up yielding the foundation for almost half of the material for the CD. Buzz wrote two strong tunes on the album - "Panda's Dream," with strong, defined riffs that were a trademark aspect of the band's sound at that time, and the delicate, acoustic flavored "A Simple Prayer. Of course, a highlight of the record is "Cultural Concurrence," an all-percussion piece featuring looped African drum sounds and trademark drum set soloing.

This piece is followed by a newer version of the old favorite, "Tower of Inspiration," called "Tower ' Prior to the band's next record, in , both Jay and Buzz left to pursue the many other projects on their respective plates. This is when Steve Weingart joined. Appropriately, the new lineup produced the band's next record, entitled "Transition.

His creative use of these new drums inspired much of the writing on this record as well as its follow up - "Perpetual Motion.

In , the band produced its first-ever and long awaited live album. A two-disc package, Live Every song on "Live Tom's sense of humor shines when he answers someone's cell phone ringing in the audience with his own interpretation on the bass during his solo on Thelonious Monk's "Rhythm-A-Ning.

And Dave takes his drum solo to all-new heights. 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.

In , the band released Multiplicity. The record featured a diverse lineup of nine songs highlighting the writing talents of Steve, Gary and Dave, who spent many hours together in Dave's studio composing most of the material. But the performance talents of all the band members shined through on this album.

The funky "Watch Your Step" offered a solid groove building into a drum solo in the middle. Dave sat behind the board for this entire record - yielding a very precise sound not unlike his approach to music. Though the band is not currently active, Dave continues to collaborate with Gary, Tom, and Jay on a number of projects. Click here to purchase in the Dave Weckl store.

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Dave Weckl Band: Rhythm of the Soul

Dave Weckl decided to fulfill his dream of starting a live band in 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. The original DWB lineup included two musicians Dave had known, respected, and played with for years; Jay Oliver keyboards , who had been Dave's good friend since high school, and Tom Kennedy bass , who had jammed with Dave since the age of Jay had been very involved in writing and production of Dave's original three solo records, while Tom also appeared on many of the songs. Rounding out the lineup were two highly-respected world-class musicians in Brandon Fields saxophones and Buzz Feiten guitars.

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The Dave Weckl Band: Rhythm of the Soul

Here, he celebrates his liberation from Corea 's Elektric fold with a vengeance. The ensemble ventures into a variety of decades: the 70s, with Steve Tavaglione blowing percussive sax over Buzz Feiten 's wah-wah over Jay Oliver 's Fender Rhodes Crusaders feel; to the 60s, where, on ' Shuffle,' Weckl and Tom Kennedy lay a throbbing foundation based on Booker T 's 'Green Onions' for the playful interaction of saxman Bob Malach and Feiten ; and even the 80s, where Gambale does his best Eddie Van Halen power guitar to drive the rockin' blues of 'Access Denied. Brandt - Percussion-Noten-Versand. Sign in. Email address. Forgot your password?

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