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We Three - The Drivin' Beat (1999)

25-01-2016, 19:29

Title: The Drivin' Beat
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Organic Music
Genre: Jazz: Guitar Jazz, Hammond Organ
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 61:57
Total Size: 144 MB

1. So Danço Samba (7:33)
2. The Buzz (5:27)
3. Tin Tin Deo (6:28)
4. Freddie Tooks, Jr (5:12)
5. It's Easy To Remember (5:10)
6. Duck's Room (7:04)
7. Minority (5:09)
8. At The Rio Bar (6:58)
9. Day Dream (7:42)
10. A Beautiful Friendship (5:10)

Michael Arlt: Guitar
Dan Kostelnik: Hammond B3
Duck Scott: Drums;
Special guest: José Cortijo: Congas, Bongos, Timbales, Percussion

Michael Arlt:
I got my first guitar & amp around 1974 when I was about 14 years old. I liked to play loud. After playing in different bands in stylistic areas as diverse as Rock, Fusion, Blues, Funk, Experimental/Free and one year of classical guitar lessons, around 1980 a friend let me listen to a recording (a 33rpm single) of "A night in Tunisia" with Dizzy and Charles Parker. That was a nice surprise and I collected more "music like that", got a teacher, bought books and went to jam sessions while I kept my Blues and Experimental gigs.
I studied at Berklee College of Music, Boston in 1984, took private lessons from Mike Metheny and met John Scofield. From 85 to 89 I studied at the Amsterdam School of the Arts, Hilversum, The Netherlands with Wim Overgaauw, Viktor Kaihatu and Frans Elsen.

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singlemalt   User offline   26 January 2016 14:22

Thanks a lot kamane 3

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