22

Nov

2015

Snarky Puppy

The Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA

11/22/15 The Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA

Products

Set One

Kite 575

263387-TRACK

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Bent Nails 739

263388-TRACK

Outlier 463

263389-TRACK

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Young Stuff 744

263390-TRACK

Tio Macaco 737

263391-TRACK

Shofukan 446

263392-TRACK

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Lingus 918

263393-TRACK

Encore

What About Me? 852

263394-TRACK

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Show Notes

SNARKY PUPPY
Seattle, WA
November 22, 2015

Robert “Sput” Searight - drums
Nate Werth - percussion
Justin Stanton - keyboards & trumpet
Mike “Maz” Maher - trumpet, flugelhorn, & vocals
Chris Bullock - tenor sax & flute
Bob Reynolds - tenor sax
Bob Lanzetti - guitar
Mark Lettieri - guitar
Michael League - bass
Mike Harrison - sound
Matt Recchia - stage sound

1. Kite
2. Bent Nails
3. Outlier
4. Young Stuff
5. Tio Macaco
6. Shofukan
7. Lingus
Encore
8. What About Me?

Recorded by Matt Recchia
Mixed by Nic Hard
Assistant Mix Engineer - Ed Riley

One of only a handful of shows with this 2-tenor, 2-guitar, 1-keyboard tour lineup. Things ease in with Kite. Maz stretches on flugelhorn. Justin takes the outro from the floor to the ceiling on Rhodes. Bent Nails is quick and funky. Bullock takes the first solo on effected tenor. Mark takes his time on the outro with a chordal approach. Bob Reynolds works the whole horn on Outlier develops his solo beautifully. Young Stuff is slow and funky. Bullock takes a full-tilt solo with effects over the bridge. Michael develops some melodic ideas over the outro with Justin providing keybass support on the bottom. Things get weird. Nate and Sput play on both sides of Tio Macaco and take the tempo way up on the back end. Justin leaves the keyboard station for the trumpet on a shorter-than-normal version of Shofukan. Maz and Bullock trade freaked-out solos on Lingus. Bob Reynolds takes the last one on his own. First time it’s been a tenor solo. He milks it. The band goes house. For the encore, the band slows down What About Me? Bob Lanzetti gets weird with harmonics and then dials up a serious sound for the remainder of the solo. Sput takes things out with an acrobatic solo.