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Various Recordings from Joe Herbert
I had a great time sitting in with my friend
George Wesley and his amazing Band, up at the River Street Jazz Cafe on
December 26th, 2008, and again on Thanksgiving, 2009. Included are the first
live versions of several new tunes.
Stop by archive.org and give a listen. (thanks, Keith!)
The Route 11 Corridor
The Route 11 Corridor,
recorded at The REC SHOP Studio in Woodstock, VA, with mixing and
mastering done by Luke Walker. This release features 'One
Phone Call', 'Hippie Crack', 'Friends II' and a blistering version of
'Different World'. Some of these tunes have been getting a bit of airplay
up in NEPA.
The debut solo CD. Consists
mainly of live cuts taken from performances around NVA, and features
various lineups, plus some material taken from at least 3 studios. Highlights are 'Lazarus', 'caritha', and 'so far/leper', featuring Wayne Eubanks on drums.
Self titled CD put together in
April of 2001. Most of it was recorded live in Roy's basement,
using some fairly decent equipment. Kenny, Roy and Pete were in great form
during this weekend, and it was a blast mixing it all down. Lots of
fat spacey jams, including a new one I'd written called 'Another
Mirror', which we recorded in one take.
We have some fine recordings of our live shows from the past few years floating around. There's even some killer video footage from the State Theater, The Waterfront, Strasburg Theater, and the River Street Jazz Cafe. E-mail me if you're interested in getting your hands on some of this rare footage.
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