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Stanton Moore Trio with Groundation!!




"Just last week after Groundation's annual Bob Marley tour we had so much fun playing with one of the inventors and prime innovators of the reggae drums Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, that we went into the Prairie Sun Recording Studio in Cotati, CA and recorded about 15 or so tracks that came out surprisingly good. These will be released at some point during Groundation's busy schedule on their label Youngtree Records. There is talk of mixing the album in Jamaica." (from Will Bernard's site)
and
"Hopefully we will tour france with the groundation side project - j'espere!" (Will Bernard, by email)

Out now :

Stanton Moore Trio - III
Stanton Moore III
Stanton Moore - drums
Will Bernard - guitar
Robert Walter - organ
+ guests Dr Lonnie Smith, Skerik, Mark Mullins

Groundation - Upon The Bridge
Groundation Upon the Bridge
Djouls

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MrMoo MrMoo ·  05 October 2006, 12:22

Hou,lalalalalalal!!! c'est trop beau pour être vrai...j'ai du mourir et arriver au royaume celeste...l'attente de la sortie mise à part (toujours un peu d'enfer au paradis)

Djouls Djouls ·  06 October 2006, 01:35

attention, il te reste un peu de bave, là, au coin de la lèvre...


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