If the Michel Camilo trio with Anthony Jackson and Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez comes anywhere near your town, don't miss it!! I saw them last night at the Blue Note in New York and Anthony (not to mention the other cats) absolutely killed. He was fun to watch as well as listen to. Palm muting, volume swells, upper register chordal solos, you name it. But the thing that blew me away the most (besides his unmistakeable groove) was his sense and use of dynamics. He would go from a thundering B-string vamp to a very high, whisper-soft melody that cascaded down, crescendoing all the way, to another killer groove all the time. He sounded like a fine classical pianist on the bass as far as sensitivity, touch and control of the dynamics. I don't know how much this band tours in the States, so you've got three more nights to get to NYC to see them!