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Lee Ranaldo: Between The Times and Tides

Playing with a dynamic group of musicians that includes Nels Cline, John Medeski, Alan Licht and SY drummer Steve Shelley (as well as others) has Lee Ranaldo focusing on song oriented offerings that are tight yet far from restrictive. 

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Stormy Mondays: Rocktober Rolls On

Continuing the Rocktober festivities, this week’s Stormy Monday mix features six classic rock covers from the best and brightest in the world of instrumental music today. Soulive kicks it off

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Medeski, Martin & Wood : Radiolarians III

Never let it be said that Medeski Martin and Wood repeat themselves but the trio's Radiolarians Series, in its ingenious concept of writing touring then recording all new material in quick succession, represents a willful effort to avoid the predictable.

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Medeski, Martin & Wood: Radiolarians II

Medeski Martin & Woods' Radiolarians II suggests that each of the three musicians are taking turns setting the tone for the respective installment of the series. John Medeski takes precedence here, but not to the detriment of his partners or the music they create together.

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Billy Martin & John Medeski: Mago

Mago is not about MMW minus the W, it is a chance for two old friends to try on some different hats, as they provide a tasty treat until the next Medeski, Martin, & Wood album.

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Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood: Calvin Theater, Northampton, MA 11/12/06

Medeski, Scofield, Martin, and Wood, kicked off their night of funked out jazz at Northampton's Calvin Theater, it was obvious to everyone in the house that gimmicks and stage antics weren’t on the agenda. Instead, quality musicianship was the quartet’s goal, and world-class technique was what they came to deliver.

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Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood: Out Louder

Eight years following A Go Go, Out Louder pairs the groove kings together once again. Melding the sonic style of John Scofield with the groove heavy sound of MMW, these musicians easily found common ground. In fact, they sound as if they have played together for years.

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The Wood Brothers : Ways Not To Lose

Chris Wood (MMW) teams up with his brother, Oliver, for some fantastic–yet mostly mellow country-folk, gilded with a nice bit of blues to round out the sound.

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