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Project Logic with Michael Kang - Cars Trucks Buses (Phish cover)



phish tribute sharin in the groove
Project Logic with Michael Kang - "Cars Trucks Buses" (Phish cover)
(21,3 Mo 128kbps MP3 / SHN)

On trouve sur l'album de reprises de Phish "Sharin' In The Groove" une version de leur instrumental "Cars Trucks Buses" extrait de "Billy Breathes", interprétée par Project Logic -le groupe de Dj Logic- accompagné par John Scofield à la guitare. Ici c'est Michael Kang, le guitariste de String Cheese Incident, qui se charge de la partie grattée et nous avons le droit à un impro de 23 minutes en live avec le Project Logic au complet, basée sur ce même "Cars Turcks Buses". Platines, mandoline électrique, flute, sax, basse, batterie, et claviers s'entremèlent et fusionnent pour notre plus grand bonheur, la jam est exceptionnelle, malheureusement l'enregistrement est audience (dans la salle avec des micros Neuman) et c'est un peu la bouillie.
Enregistré live à Palookaville, Santa Cruz, California, 2001-01-25

Download mp3 : mockingbird.goodhumans.net
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