Ed Degenaro | Less Is Seldom More

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Less Is Seldom More

by Ed Degenaro

What happens if Miles Davis, and Frank Zappa would do an album in 2009 that is deep with virtuoso performances? Ed Genaro - less is seldom more.that's what happens.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Intro
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2. Avenue D
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3. Monkey Bawls Utility
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4. Utilitarian Research Jam
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5. Matte's Bible Camp
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6. Confirm Walk Forward
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7. Prayer
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8. Joe Z
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9. Yes Man
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10. Neck Bone
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11. The Brother
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12. One
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13. Southern Flyer
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14. Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2009 release, follow up to Dog House.

Ed DeGenaro teamed up with writer/producer Chris Taylor (Randy Brecker, Lionel Hampton, Grover Washington Jr.)who wrote and produced the majority of this CD. This album is a as before Ed's take on a various influences, more refined than previous ones. The guys playing on this are all masters of their craft. With Dave Weckl (Mike Stern, Chick Corea), Joel Rosenblatt (Spyro Gyro, Steve Khan), Marco Minnemann (Mike Kenneally, Paul Gilbert) on drums and Ric Fierabracci (Frank Gambale, Brett Garsed, Chick Corea) on bass, George Whitty (Brecker Bros, Oz Noy, Chaka Khan) on organ, and Chris Taylor on keys and additional guitars it was bound to be a strong album.

If that was not enough, super guitar virtuoso Ray Gomez (solo artist, Stanley Clarke, Steps Ahead) makes a guest appearance on guitar.As does Matte Henderson, who also wrote two tunes for the album.

This CD is amazing material together with amazing musicianship.


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LasseM

Blown away
A shreder, unlike most of them, with a great sense of humor and dynamical music - Awesome!!