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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by volumefiend, Jan 20, 2004.
Anyone know of or have any good steel drum recordings or albums?
The Bela Fleck DVD "Live at the Quick" (I think) has some cool steel drum on it. It's been a while since I've seen it, so I'm not sure how much - besides, I was kinda watchin' Vic.
Reza - Jaco pastorius
quite possibly my favorite jaco song, it also features great steel drumming, and percussion section work.
Othello mornieaux(sp?) played steel drums on that track.
speaking of jaco, his last album, holiday for pans, is all steel drum stuff, I've only heard a couple cuts from it, but what I heard was great!
It's not readily available though, I have heard tell that there is some bunk copies going around, I dunno.
'good morning anya' from the jaco pastorius anthology, is a great track from the album though.
also, the album 'invitation' and 'twins 1&2' feature a lot of steel drum stuff.
Theres a band called the Asaphonics Steel Drum Band from Trinidad and Tobago. They have two albums, mostly gospel music and American folk songs, but if you can find them, you'll never hear better steel drum bands. Its all steel drums, about 12 guys, and then an assorted percussionist and a drummer on a drumset. Very cool stuff.
I want to play steel drums! I forgot about it.
Tomorrow when I get to school I'm going to demand the location of the steel drums. I know they haven't been played in a long time, they need to be exercised
...maybe they need to be exorcised first?
Possibly. In my 4 years at this school, I've never seen them out of their containers... When I did see them, it was because I opened the case up. I've never heard them played
Yup, that Othello Molineaux dude is really good. I've got a live dvd of Jaco at the Montreaux Jazz Fest in '82 and he does an awesome little solo on the steel drum.
All these eaux's remind me of the Marleaux Consat custom 5 string I dream of...