03

Oct

2015

Snarky Puppy

O2 Academy ABC, Glasgow, UK

10/03/15 O2 Academy ABC, Glasgow, UK

Products

Set One

Strawman 697

254351-TRACK

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Flood 834

254352-TRACK

34 Klezma 477

254353-TRACK

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Bent Nails 532

254354-TRACK

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What About Me? 733

254355-TRACK

Thing of Gold 449

254356-TRACK

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Tio Macaco 933

254357-TRACK

Outlier 579

254358-TRACK

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Encore

Shofukan 504

254359-TRACK

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Show Notes

SNARKY PUPPY
O2 Academy ABC
Glasgow, UK
October 3, 2015

Robert “Sput” Searight - drums
Marcelo Woloski - percussion
Bill Laurance - keyboards
Cory Henry - keyboards
Justin Stanton - keyboards & trumpet
Mike Maher - trumpet & flugelhorn
Chris Bullock - tenor sax & flute
Mark Lettieri - guitar
Michael League - bass
Mike Harrison - sound
Matt Recchia - stage sound

1. Strawman
2. Flood
3. 34 Klezma
4. Bent Nails
5. What About Me?
6. Thing of Gold
7. Tio Macaco
8. Outlier
Encore
9. Shofukan

Recorded by Matt Recchia
Additional tracking by Whereabouts Productions
Mixed by Nic Hard
Assistant Mix Engineer - Ed Riley


Packed house in Glasgow. By far our most attentive, subdued Scottish crowd. It brings out a more patient, mature side of the band. Maybe the most relaxed and creative show of the trip. Sput starts off the set solo with a killer groove on Strawman. Justin gets crazy with a weird flute patch on Prophet. The last section goes Minneapolis. Mark plays a beautiful intro on Flood, and the tune goes Motown. Cory takes his time with a piano solo. Bill sets up 34 Klezma. Michael, Cory, and Sput get playful during a bass solo on the end of Bent Nails. Maz gets weird with delayed trumpet on What About Me? and the band builds a deep groove beneath. Sput goes crazy on the outro. Justin takes the bridge on Thing of Gold on trumpet and Cory brings it home on Moog. Marcelo intros Tio Macaco on pandeiro. First time ever ending a show with Justin’s tune, Outlier. Bullock dials up a dirty sound for the solo and uses feedback as a friend. Justin wraps up the encore of Shofukan with a lyrical trumpet solo.