Tell Your Friends =Remixed & Remastered =2LP=
2 x LP
( 2010) 2020 EU reissue on 180g 2LP - from the New York-based instrumental fusion band. With the release of the TELL YOUR FRIENDS (and the 2012 follow-up album GROUND UP), Snarky Puppy has gone from an underground secret to one of the most internationall
Release date: 28-09-2020 (originally released in 2010 )
2020 EU reissue on 180g 2LP - from the New York-based instrumental fusion band. With the release of the TELL YOUR FRIENDS (and the 2012 follow-up album GROUND UP), Snarky Puppy has gone from an underground secret to one of the most internationally respected names in contemporary Jazz. Over the last four years of touring, the group has gained a reputation for putting on a live show unparalleled in energy, virtuosity, and musicianship. They seamlessly fuse a deep knowledge and respect for the Jazz tradition with sonic and conceptual innovation in a way that is able to reach the most critical - or most carefree - audience.
B1 The Good Man Deliver & The Best Is Blessed
B2 Skate U
C1 Slow Demon
C2 Ready Wednesday
D2 The Little People
10 year anniversary edition of Snarky Puppy's 2010 album, remixed and remastered.
Comes on two 180 gram black vinyl records, housed in a gatefold sleeve.
Tracks D1 & D2 previously appeared only as bonus features on the DVD of the original release.
This is Snarky Puppy's first foray into recording and filming in-studio live albums, leading to the band's first global impression and YouTube sensations. And while this recording was especially tumultuous, it was largely held together by our new engineer, Eric Hartman. He had engineered a good amount of and helped mix our previous album, Bring Us the Bright, but this was his first time in the driver's seat with us. Between borrowed equipment, a hilariously low budget (four figures), and a band that had never done anything like this before, the session was a complete mess. Over the three days we were there, no one saw him sleep until after the last performance. He was fully clothed, under the recording desk.
Michael League: electric bass, keybass
Bill Laurance: piano, keyboards
Shaun Martin: Moog, Hammond B3 organ
Justin Stanton: Fender Rhodes, keyboards
Mark Lettieri: electric guitar
Bob Lanzetti: electric guitar
Chris McQueen: electric guitar
Nate Werth: percussion
Robert ‘Sput’ Searight: drums
Jay Jennings: trumpet, flugelhorn
Mike ‘Maz’ Maher: trumpet
Ian Rapien: tenor saxophone
Chris Bullock: tenor saxophone
Zach Brock: violin
Eylem Basaldi - viola
Shawna Hamilton - cello
TaRon Lockett - drums (on "Whitecap" and "The Good Man Deliver and The Best is Blessed")
Roni Gan - violin (on "Slow Demon")
Extra info: gatefold sleeve
Originally released: 2010
This release: 2020