Dec 4, 2009

Steve Kimock Crazy Engine

B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, NY

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12/04/09 B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, NY

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Set One

A New Africa 963

76481-TRACK

Cole's Law 942

76482-TRACK

Tangled Hangers 1082

76483-TRACK

Summer Jam 1023

76484-TRACK

Three More Days 540

76485-TRACK

  • $0.99

Set Two

Long Form Part 4 1176

76486-TRACK

That's What Love Will Make You Do 712

76487-TRACK

  • $0.99
You're The One 952

76488-TRACK

Merle's Boogie 781

76489-TRACK

Little Wing 365

76490-TRACK

  • $0.99
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Show Notes
  • Lineup: Crazy Engine: Steve Kimock, Melvin Seals, John Morgan Kimock, Trevor Exter
  • Recorded,  mixed and edited by Ron Keyser  for Steve Kimock Productions.
    B&K4021’s ORTF On Stage + FOH SBD return from Brian Abramson> Sound Devices 744T
    (Front of House Brian Abramson)
  • A New Africa  (w/Trevor Exter on Cello,  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Cole's Law (w/Trevor Exter on Cello,  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Tangled Hangers (w/ Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Summer Jam  (w/ Charlie Bravo rapping, Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Cello and Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Bring It On Home (w/Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Steve’s G5 and Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Long Form Pt 4 (Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • That’s What Love Will Make You Do  (Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • You’re The One  (Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • Merle’s Boogie  (Avram Fefer on Sax, Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
  • LittleWing  (Trevor Exter on Cello and  Bobby Vega on Electric Bass)
Reviews for this item

Andrew Abboushi 12/7/2009 11:07:14 PM

"I wasn't planning on attending this show, but after the awe-inspiring show the night before at Sullivan Hall I really had little choice in the matter. The BB King show ended up being more professional and tighter than the Sullivan show. I think first set was actually stronger than the second, especially the first and third tunes, A New Africa and Tangled Hangers. A New Africa was played almost perfectly and quickly captured the attention of the entire crowd. Very smooth but also high energy- delightful all around. Cole's Law was solid, but Tangled Hangers shined in a timeless and epic way. Two fluid and pointy Kimock solos were broken up by a short Trevor Exter cello solo (using the bow). This short Trevor piece almost makes the entire show worth purchasing- some of the most amazing music I have ever heard. The rest of the first set was really great, featuring Summer Jam with Charlie Bravo. The second set was also tons of fun, but seemed more funk and blues oriented, and I listen to Kimock for more of the jazz and jam side of things. All things considered, this was a truly brilliant night of music featuring blistering guitar licks from Steve and huge thumpy bass sounds from Bobby. Buy it now!"