A review of the album appeared on the Huffington Post a few days ago. You can read it by clicking HERE.
Here’s a recording I made of myself playing along with Gerald Clayton’s piano solo on Strasbourg/St. Denis from Roy Hargrove’s Earfood album.
There are a few times in the solo where Gerald plays multiple notes at the same time in the right hand. I did overdubs with the saxophone to try to cover all of that.
Here’s a rundown of the gear I used to record this:
DAW: Logic Pro X
Interface: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
Microphone: Cascade Fathead II with Lundahl transformer
Plug-ins: Eventide Ultra Channel, Apple Platinum Verb
Here’s a track from a show with my band, Glasses. I, Smoove is a tune I wrote and Way Of The Snake was written by Brian Triola. Tree plays keys in the band.
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Here’s a video from the Moksha gig on Friday at Las Vegas Country Saloon. This is from Christian McBride’s “Technicolor Nightmare.” Jen Hartswick’s on trumpet, Peter Apfelbaum and Skerik are on tenor, and I’m playing bari. Enjoy!
I just added a page to my site called Sights and Sounds. I’ve posted some recordings and videos of me from the last several years. Hope you enjoy!