As we make new jams, I am going to post them on this page. Right Click and choose save file as to download the MP3 fiile. I finally got this nifty little player so that you can listen right from this page that I have implemented in quite a few of them.
Steve bobo Kevin
Here is an interesting Jam with Bobo on Drums, and Kevin Ryan on Bass. The whole jam is over an hour long, and started with Kevin fooling around on keyboard. Finally we got him to pick up his bass, and I started recording from that point. This jam goes a lot of different places, there is kind of a weather report vibe, then a sort of dream theater vibe, then it gets real funky, and then Bobo just kind of goes off in a pretty crazy drum solo towards the end.
Even with part of it cut off its still 45 minutes. Not for the faint of heart.
What plants crave
This was a jam done on 11/3/2010 when kevin scrawled a couple changes on a piece of paper that he had thought of on the way here. You can tell he has been listening to a lot of Tribal Tech. I had to do a couple of obligatory Scott Henderson attitude in there. Next time, maybe a melody would be nice, but we ain’t got no stinkin time for melody, at least not this night.
Indian Prayer for Peace
Second Sat Session with Shankh. I am going to call it “Indian Prayer for Peace” I think
First Saturday session with Bobo, a little funkier
First Sat Session with Bobo
First Jam Session with Matt, Steve, and Kevin
Heres a couple jams we did with a truly world class keyboardist. Sorry we can’t tell you more, but you know how it is, what with record companies being what they are.
This first one is kind of tentative because we had never played together before or even met, but still has a nice groove and some cool stuff:
Second Jam Session with Matt, Steve, and Kevin
Second Jam Session 70-2010 more loose, more funky