13

Nov

2015

Snarky Puppy

Vivo Rio, Rio de Janeiro, BR

11/13/15 Vivo Rio, Rio de Janeiro, BR

Products

Set One

Whitecap 720

264361-TRACK

Flood 655

264362-TRACK

  • $0.99
Binky 894

264363-TRACK

What About Me? 725

264364-TRACK

Young Stuff 846

264365-TRACK

Tio Macaco 921

264366-TRACK

Lingus 955

264367-TRACK

Encore

Quarter Master 803

264368-TRACK

Price for

$9.95

$9.95

Show Notes

SNARKY PUPPY
Vivo Rio
Rio de Janeiro, BR
November 13, 2015

Jamison Ross - drums
Marcelo Woloski - percussion
Bill Laurance - keyboards
Justin Stanton - keyboards & trumpet
Mike “Maz” Maher - trumpet, flugelhorn, & vocals
Chris Bullock - tenor sax & flute
Mark Lettieri - guitar
Michael League - bass & vocals
Mike Harrison - sound
Matt Recchia - stage sound

1. Whitecap
2. Flood
3. Binky
4. What About Me?
5. Young Stuff
6. Tio Macaco*
7. Lingus
Encore
8. Quarter Master*

Special Guest:
Carlos Malta - piccolo flute & soprano sax*

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

Last gig in Brazil. The new lineup is really gelling. Lots of musicality and new directions throughout. Whitecap is reserved and swinging. Flood is where the set starts to cook. Jamison groove and phrasing behind Justin’s solo keeps the band in the vamp for ages. He takes over with a lazy, lyrical solo afterward. Shaun gets expressive on Moog in Binky. Maz gets soulful on flugelhorn. The outro vamp goes Busta. Serious phrasing and interaction between Jamison and Mark on What About Me? and a crazy drum solo to follow. Bill gets funky on the first solo in Young Stuff. Michael, Bill, and Jamison swing during the outro bass solo. Brazilian flute legend Carlos Malta joins for Tio Macaco. Crazy solo intro full of beautiful melodies. He and Bullock trade during the vamp. Marcelo and Jamison get into some really different stuff in the drum and percussion duet. Shaun toggles between the talkbox and Moog on Lingus and puts Sleeper over the top of it. He turns the crowd all the way up. For the encore, Shaun drops the bassline to Master Rocker and the band sits in it for a long time while the horns each get some. A great way to say bye to Brazil.