Michael Doc Dreyfuss & Dave Morrison | Doc & Dave Under Pressure

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Doc & Dave Under Pressure

by Michael Doc Dreyfuss & Dave Morrison

Amazing performances that spark magical interplay between two astonishing musicians, taking you for a fun, fresh, lively, and thrilling ride.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Under Pressure
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2. Sunrise
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3. Foothills
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4. Street
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5. Home for the Holidays
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6. Oh No
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7. Candyman
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8. Down in Beaver Valley
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9. Tin Lissy
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10. Cathouse
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Their performances are amazing. Their interplay is magic. Doc & Dave take you on a thrilling ride. Two astonishing musicians flying into each other, sailing away, always under pressure to make their music soar! Doc and Dave united to produce Under Pressure and before that Nice & Queasy. Their collaborations tend to be fun, fresh, lively, beautiful and quirky,

“Doc” is Michael Doc Dreyfuss of McKendree Spring and God Bless the Conspiracy fame. Doc has shared the stage with Van Morrison, Elton John, Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention, Fleetwood Mac, and a host of others. Dreyfuss distinguished rock n roll career began in 1969 when he co-founded McKendree Spring. He and McKendree Spring are represented in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. He has recorded for Academy Award winner, Michael Kamen, performed with Mannheim Steamroller, Jay Leno, and Paul Anka, collaborated with saxophonist Howie Smith, and the Cavani String Quartet.

Doc met Dave Morrison playing with the Cletus Black Revue. He was astonished by Morrison’s amazing performances. Dave is a remarkable live and studio musician who has taught, recorded, and performed harmonica since 1973. For over twenty years he has fronted the legendary blues band, Aces & Eights. He has shared the stage with such greats as John Lee Hooker, Junior Wells, Charlie Musselwhite, Roy Buchanan, John Mayall, Steppenwolf, and Robert Lockwood Jr, Dave continues to expand his musical horizons by performing frequently with outstanding musicians, and by contributing in so many extraordinary ways (engineering, production, performance, and temperament) to projects like Doc & Dave Under Pressure and Nice & Queasy at his cutting-edge Treefort Studio in Avon Ohio.

Cleveland 2010


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John Soeder,Pop Music Critic, Cleveland Plain Dealer

I'm blown away by "Under Pressure"
“Stylistically, UNDER PRESSURE IS all over the place -- in a great way. The title track set my pulse racing -- a duel of the fates between the fiddle and the (programmed?) keys. "Foothills" took my breath away with its classical-air quality. And rest assured: "Home for the Holidays" will be getting significant airplay in my household this holiday season.
On UNDER PRESSURE, Doc Dreyfuss and Dave Morrison jam with a fearlessness that leads to uncharted musical territory and wonderful realms of instrumental bliss. The chemistry between these two virtuosos is volatile and the music absolutely sizzles with inspiration. Prepare to have your ears tickled and your mind blown!”
John Soeder, Pop Music Critic, Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 12, 2010