|1||Cub Scouts Barbecue||5:36|
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|6||Report From A Log||5:44|
|8||It'll Come To Me||3:56|
Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Fred Berman. Drums, Percussion, Piano – Dave Storrs. Electric Bass – Page Hundemer. Keyboards – Dave Leslie (3). Soprano Saxophone – Mike Curtis (5). Talking Drum – Nancy Durham.
PERFORMER "Dave Storrs & The Tone Sharks" INDEX 01 00:00:00 FILE "05 - Thinking Again. All compositions by Dave Storrs, lyrics to 5. (C) Mike Curtis Produced & engineered by Dave Storrs Recorded at Califas Studio 1995-96 Report from a Log was played on over 110 radio stations in North America. In March '97, it reached in the CMJ jazz charts. The music has trouble finding a bin: it's filed under jazz, but was influenced by many sources in Storrs' 30-year career.
River Up People Out - Dave Storrs and The Tone Sharks. 이첼빌슨 헌정 방송 @동화 도로시의 모험. Dave Storrs - Tibetan Jam - Missing in Action - Electro. SoundHound on Twitter.
Where The Tone Sharks exercise a very disciplined free jazz, the Whirled Jazz quartet opts for six very relaxed composed pieces. They play like Greg Osby’s bands without East Coast politics. Bergeron, like Osby produces clear precise lines and breathes sharp notes into his horn. The architecture he supplies allows Storrs the liberty to supplement the band with a multitude of rhythmic inflection. The drummer can best be compared to Joey Baron in that he rarely plays anything ‘straight,’ opting for color and textures over beats. Storrs is a master of cymbal and brushwork. Coker produces some hat-over-the-bell effects against the brushwork of Storrs and the heavy vibe of Hundemer that speak of Ellington’s bands in a Weather Report context.
The Tone Sharks seem to come from a different tradition altogether, one equally rooted in classical, jazz, and funk. Though groove is anathema to many free music practitioners, the Tone Sharks deliver groove almost promiscuously, and their music is better for it - though there is less groove-oriented material on this album than there was on their previous effort.
In 2001, Halley formed a trio with bassist Clyde Reed and drummer Dave Storrs. This band was more oriented toward free improvisation and less toward writing. From 2001 to 2005 the group released three trio recordings on Louie Records plus a quartet recording with cornetist Bobby Bradford in 2003. Rich Halley is also the leader of the Outside Music Ensemble, a four horn/two percussion sextet that performs in purely acoustic outdoor settings. Multnomah Rhythms, Rich Halley, Avocet P-100-1, 1983. Ross Island, Dave Storrs and the Tone Sharks w/ Rich Halley, Avocet P-101, 1984. Song of the Backlands, Rich Halley and the Lizard Brothers, Avocet P-103, 1985. Jumper Cables, Dave Storrs and the Tone Sharks w/ Rich Halley, Avocet P-104, 1987. Cracked Sidewalks, Rich Halley and the Lizard Brothers, Avocet P-105, 1988.
George Storrs (December 13, 1796 – December 28, 1879) was a Christian teacher and writer in the United States. George Storrs was born in Lebanon, New Hampshire on December 13, 1796, son to Colonel Constant Storrs (a wheelwright in the Revolutionary Army) and the former Lucinda Howe (his wife). A Congregationalist since age 19, George Storrs was received into the Methodist Episcopal Church and commenced preaching at age 28; by 1825 Storrs had joined their New Hampshire Conference.