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by Wolfpac

This recording features Walter Smith on Tenor Sax,Darren Barrett on Trumpet,Jason Palmer on Trumpet,Plume on Alto Sax,Lawrence Fields on Piano/Fender Rhodes,Kris Funn on Bass,Peter Slavov on Bass and Charles Haynes on Drums
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. 427 Mass. Ave
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2. Believe
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3. Cell Phone
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4. Body and Soul (Duo Version)
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5. Body and Soul (Coltrane Version)
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6. Havoc #1
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7. The Struggle
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8. Just Made It
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9. Havoc #2
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10. At Home Alone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist who lives in Baltimore,MD.From a very young age until present time, Warren plays many different instruments which include the vibraphone/marimba,drumset/percussion,and the piano/keyboards. As a youth, Warren attended the Peabody Preparatory of The John Hopkins Institute in Baltimore,MD where he studied with former Baltimore Symphony Member Leo LePage.While at Peabody, Warren played many popular styles of music which included Classical,Jazz,and Ragtime.


After graduating from The Baltimore School for the Arts in the spring of 1997,Warren headed north and enrolled at Berklee College of Music. At Berklee,Warren studied with Caribbean Jazz Project Vibist Dave Samuels. While he studied at Berklee he began to experiment with many different music styles, outside of jazz and classical, such as hip-hop,r&b,drum-n-bass,funk,rock,gospel,world music, Latin and many others.


During his time at Berklee,Warren had the opportunity to play at the legendary jazz club Wally’s Café to help broaden his skills. After years of training at Berklee and sitting in with musicians at Wallys,Warren landed the weekend gig at the club for the next three years playing drums.Warren co-led a quintet with trumpeter Jason Palmer at Wally’s.


Being at Berklee,Warren had the chance to play and record with many of the worlds best musicians. Some musicians include;Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra,Nicholas Payton,Mulgrew Miller,Lewis Nash, Christian McBride,Terri-Lyne Carrington,Jeremy Pelt,Bobby Watson,Tim Warfield,Adonis Rose and many others.Warren also performs on the piano in the Rachael Price Quartet.


Warren had recorded one record as a leader.INCREDIBLE JAZZ VIBES was recorded on the Japanese label M & I Records. That record features Mulgrew Miller on piano alongside Vicente Archer on Bass and Kendrick Scott on Drums.Warren can also be heard on recordings by drummer Adonis Rose(On The Verge-CRISSCROSS),trumpeter Jeremy Pelt(Identity-(MAXJAZZ),and the new Bobby Watson Group “Live & Learn”(From The Heart-Palmetto Records)which features Harold O’Neal on Piano, Curtis Lundy on Bass, Quincy Davis on Drums and Leron Thomas on Trumpet.


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Edie

One of Three
I had the pleasure of hearing Warren Wolf perform along with Winard Harper while they were touring with Bobby Watson. Since a friend knew Bobby, I was able to meet them after the gig and three CDs before we left: this one, 'Make It Happen' by the Winard Harper Sextet and, of course, 'From the Heart,' which was the Bobby Watson CD primarily being promoted by the tour. What a concert and I've been wearing these out ever since. They are three unique and wonderful talents!