Still, I think all my records have a live quality, but this one has probably more of a live quality. The dynamics of an acoustically well-designed venue certainly didn't hurt either. This is a relatively straight-ahead set by the distinctive guitarist , whose airy sound seems quite fresh in this context. Mike Stern - Give And Take - 1997 - Atlantic This is a relatively straight-ahead set by the distinctive guitarist Mike Stern, whose airy sound seems quite fresh in this context. Not to say that that was a bad thing, but if it was simple, had a groove, and it was played from the heart, then that was the most important thing. And particularly tenor saxophone players, and trumpet players, but also piano players. You know, it wasn't like he wasn't getting fucked up too.Next
Percussionist helps out on a few tracks; pianist is on two, and tenor great nearly steals the show with three high-powered solos. Will you two do a record together at some point? And then Jack, as I said had played some with, and this was an opportunity to hook up, and John Patitucci too, he played acoustic bass on the tracks. That's What You Think 6:41 Mike Stern 9. But since you already brought him up. Ever gracious, he thanked me and warmly stated how wonderful it was to see my wife, Ronda, and I again.Next
He was cool with it for a while. That now seems like almost an edited version as we were then gifted with a brilliant 20-minute Mike Stern guitar journey. I mean she can play, It's fun as hell! In 2009 he was listed as one of Down Beat's 75 best jazz guitar players. After nine albums of awe-inspiring chops, melodic and lyrical phrasing and sizzling six-string statements in all manner of contexts, what is there left to say? I had seen the writing on the wall so I joined and that was cool for a while. Voices is an album by Mike Stern, released in 2001 through Atlantic Records. But then, when I got out of rehab, Jaco wanted me to come back.Next
Unauthorized reproduction and copying of this page is prohibited by law. But this has more original tunes, although we do some standards too. A long shot really for someone to meet the right person. Рендера Риппер: Мой рип Трэклист: 1. And so I always thought it would be cool to hook up with singers and explore that further. For further information visit the Official Home Page. But wanted to know when I was ready to come back.Next
That was Pat that kind of got me the audition, and I got the gig, so that was very helpful. Not just one of my favorites of Leni's, but a favorite overall. But Jaco was still into it and I was fresh. So other instruments other than the guitar, and trying to get that kind of phrasing on the guitar, with some of those ideas. King of course, and Hendrix, people like that, and I liked the Cream. How does a guitar hero re-invent himself? And I studied some with Pat, and of course he was a great player.Next
Mike Stern answered that question by digging deep and coming up with the album that has been inside of him for years. Miles told Bill that it looks like we have a junkie in the band. As always, the now standing crowd wanted more. Mike calls out that he uses Fender '65 Twin Reverbs as his backline on the road as I observed at his last Seattle performance at Dimitrio's Jazz Alley. It also made me smile that Stern was able to play at his astonishing virtuoso level despiteor, perhaps, throughthe pain. Stern received his third Grammy nod for his 2001 release Voices, which was Stern's first recording with vocals -- albeit wordless vocalese -- and also marked the end of his tenure with Atlantic.Next
And actually, it all went down smoothly in three days - two days with Vinnie Colaiuta and one day with Dennis Chambers. One Liners 8:16 Mike Stern 5. It's just in the service of the celebratory grooves and remarkably expressive voices that grace this world beat flavored project. And you know, I thought of someone like Dianne Reeves, or a couple of different people. Love You 6:18 Cole Porter 2.
And Elizabeth, interestingly enough, has a very low voice for a woman. The album reached a peak position of number twelve on Billboard 's Top Jazz Albums chart. Bona also lends his appealing vocals to the relaxed groove of The River, which is underscored by producer Jim Beard's churchy piano playing and sparked by Stern's earthy blues phrasing. Supported energetically by drummer Weckl, bassist Kennedy, and trumpeter Brecker, the 90-minute performance seemed to pass by in an instant. Specifically, now not so much guitar, actually in the last ten, or even more than ten years, my focus has been kind of more listening to a lot of horn players. Two years later he was in New York with Billy Cobham, and this provided the mise-en-scène for ultimately connecting with legendary artist Miles Davis during one of his most prominent comebacks of the early 80s.Next