Disc 1 01. Why Not? 02. On Our Way 03. Savoy Truffle 04. Hannah 05. Freedom/Rising >>> 06. Undercover 07. Never Enough 08. Walk Right Out Your Door >>> Barney Miller ---------- Disc 2 - 01. Daybreak 02. Sybil 03. Mosaic dialogue 04. Mosaic
Original Instrumental group featuring members and former members of Neville Brothers, Dr. John Band, Meters, Jiggle, Max Creek, Depth Quartet, Vykki Vox Band.
Adventurous contemporary and acid jazz, funk, R+B, blues/gospel, electric bluegrass
Dave Osoff (keyboards) (Jiggle, Vykki Vox Band)
Amadee Castenell (tenor sax, flute) (Neville Brothers, Dr. John Band, Meters)
Gary Backstrom (guitar) (Jiggle)
Erik Ringstad (acoustic/electric guitar) (Acousticity, Les Sampou,VV Band)
Justin Kolack (bass) (Depth Quartet, VV Band)
Greg Vasso (drums) (Jiggle, Max Creek)
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SB to mini disc - cd - aif - mastered via T-racks - track editing via bias peak - wav - shn
In response to the previous review of sector boundary problems, I must admit I'm a bit boggled by that. I tested the audio before and after uploading to archive.org, and outside of a few minor audio edits that were necessary between a few tracks (that were smoothed out nicely via crossfades) there is no discontinuity between tracks. I just downloaded the show and expanded it, listened to sections between tracks, and it sounds fine.
If anyone has any problems or issues with the audio, contact me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org, let me know what you hear, and I would be happy to burn you a cd from the master and send it to you at no cost.
January 11, 2004 Subject:
files not cut on sector boundaries
these files have sector boundary errors.
January 2, 2004 Subject:
Upbeat and Accessible
This mostly-instrumental set is lightly jazzy, groovy, pleasant to the ears- in a way that reminds me of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, but with a distinctly different sound. I could imagine a few snippets appearing on the Weather Channel's Local Forecast, if the DJ were in a feisty mood (that's not a dis- Bela and even some Phish bits appear regularly). It's not the sleepy-style WC music- it's got danceable, grounded rhythms and some wake-up guitar lines. Adept keyboard work, too!