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Dave Weckl Band - Synergy

5-06-2015, 11:20
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Dave Weckl Band - Synergy

Artist: Dave Weckl Band
Title Of Album: Synergy
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Stretch Records
Genre: Jazz / Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:09:10
Total Size: 450 MB / 157 MB


01. High Life (7:48)
02. Panda's Dream (5:23)
03. Swunk (4:51)
04. A Simple Player (4:55)
05. Cape Fear (6:56)
06. Wet Skin (6:13)
07. Synergy (7:15)
08. Where's My Paradise? (4:54)
09. Lucky Seven (5:58)
10. Swamp Thing (5:24)
11. Cultural Concurrence (3:26)
12. Tower '99 (6:07)

Although Dave Weckl is an excellent drummer, not all of his recordings have been excellent. In the 1990s, you never knew if you would find something exciting or mundane on a Weckl album. But this fusion/soul-jazz disc turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Synergy, in fact, is the drummer's most consistently satisfying CD. Excessive producing was a major problem on some of his previous releases, but this time he generally avoids overproducing and goes for a real band sound. Joined by tenor and soprano saxman Brandon Fields, keyboardist Jay Oliver, guitarist Buzz Feiten, and electric bassist Tom Kennedy, Weckl has a solid team to work with and emphasizes improvisation and honest-to-God playing not high-tech studio gloss. Weckl's band sounds quite cohesive on a diverse, unpredictable outing that ranges from the funky "Wet Skin" and the Latin-influenced title song to the ominous "Cape Fear" and the delicate "A Simple Prayer." If you could purchase only one of Weckl's 1990s albums, Synergy would be the best choice. -- Alex Henderson ~



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