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    I Finally picked up the new CD Bonerama: Live From New York. It is as good as the first one Bonerama: Live At The Old Point.

    I had first mentioned the group after a relative purchased the CD for me in the Big Easy. This was after hearing them at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. I became hooked immediately. Their arrangement of "Frankenstein" by the Edgar Winter Group is on my top 100 playlist. Some may dismiss this album as a niche interest. Purists may think that only a Fender Stratocaster can be played distorted. But these guys are quite talented and bring some breadth into rock and roll.

    On their second album they have some more great covers. They do a nice job with the Greg Allman song "Tied to the Whipping Post". Also, they cover the Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne songs "War Pigs" and "The Wizard", which were cool. (But hey, You should hear the 250 member UCLA Marching Band perform Iron Man....) The group even sings on Jimi Hendrix' "Crosstown Traffic."

    Mark Mullins does another nice demo of the Electric Trombone in the cut "It's Electric".

    Trombone aficionados would do well to pick up this CD. It is available for order from the Bonerama web site. My order shipped quickly from the Louisiana Music Factory.

    To capture the excitement of the live show, Bonerama once again recorded live in a club setting this time in New York City where the band has developed a following over the last two years. Arming themselves with special guests Stanton Moore of Galactic and living legend Fred Wesley on trombone, Bonerama recorded two nights at Tribeca Rock Club in lower Manhattan in late March. The shows featured new originals, some new covers and jamming with the two drum kits of Stanton Moore and Chad Gilmore.

    "The band's new release, "Live From New York", in stores Nov. 9 [2004], shatters any preconceived notions listeners may have about the role of the trombone in a musical ensemble. There are passages psychedelically mind melting, hauntingly beautiful, furiously syncopated and filled with scorching virtuosity."
    -City Life Magazine Nov. 2004
    Posted on Friday, February 11, 2005 @ 07:29:41 UTC by BB
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