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Album: Multiplicity
# Song Title   Time
1)    Watch Your Step Album Version More Info... 5:30
2)    Elements Of Surprise Album Version More Info... 5:40
3)    Vuelo Album Version More Info... 5:55
4)    Inner Vision Album Version More Info... 6:01
5)    What It Is Album Version More Info... 6:25
6)    Chain Reaction Album Version More Info... 5:35
7)    Cascade Album Version More Info... 5:34
8)    Mixed Bag Album Version More Info... 6:37
9)    Down On The Corner Album Version More Info... 6:54
 

Album: Multiplicity
# Song Title   Time
1)    Watch Your Step Album Version More Info... 5:30
2)    Elements Of Surprise Album Version More Info... 5:40
3)    Vuelo Album Version More Info... 5:55
4)    Inner Vision Album Version More Info... 6:01
5)    What It Is Album Version More Info... 6:25
6)    Chain Reaction Album Version More Info... 5:35
7)    Cascade Album Version More Info... 5:34
8)    Mixed Bag Album Version More Info... 6:37
9)    Down On The Corner Album Version More Info... 6:54
 
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  • Dave Weckl: Dave Weckl; Tom Kennedy , Ric Fierabracci (bass instrument); Gary Meek, Paul Pesco, Steve Weingart, Richie Gajate Garcia.
  • Personnel: Dave Weckl (drums, timbales, percussion, programming); Paul Pesco (guitar); Gary Meek (alto flute, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Steve Weingart (keyboards); Richie Gajate Garcia (congas, percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Dave Weckl.
  • Recording information: Garage, Woodland Hills, CA (01/2005).
  • Editor: Dave Weckl.
  • Although still best known for his association with Chick Corea, drummer Dave Weckl has led an underrated group of his own for quite a few years. His core band, a quartet with keyboardist Steve Weingart, electric bassist Tom Kennedy, and saxophonist Gary Meek, is a little reminiscent of the Yellowjackets in its use of catchy melodies and appealing grooves and its ability to perform post-bop jazz with the sensibility of rock. Weckl does not dominate the music and gives Meek and Weingart plenty of solo space. His band deserves to be heard, and Multiplicity is an excellent example of the quartet at its best. ~ Scott Yanow
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