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September 21, 2013 at 8:30pm David Ullmann – Guitar Loren Stillman – Sax Mike McGinnis - Clarinet Liam Sillery – Trumpet Brian Drye – Trombone Vinnie Sperrazza – Drums
Tyler Gilbert's 2013 "OK Murphy" US tour. Cocktail Lounge 9pm - David Ullman 10pm - Tyler Gilbert
Featuring: Mike McGinnis – Clarinet Chris Dingman – Vibes Kirk Knuffke – Trumpet Brian Drye – Trombone Gary Wang – Bass Vinnie Sperrazza – Drums
with Gary Wang on bass and Vinnie Sperrazza on drums
Sounds Like: Pat Metheny, Gary Burton, Michael Brecker
Manager: Press: Stephen Buono
David Ullmann Quintet, Falling
Album Release Date: August 7, 2012
New York City guitarist-composer David Ullmann has assembled an all-star quintet for the recording of his second album as a group leader: Falling, a collection of seven new Ullmann compositions, on Wet Cash Records.
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New album "Falling" out now.
“For his second album, New York guitarist, composer and educator David Ullmann was determined to challenge himself. It’s not as if he didn’t on this first one, Hidden (2005), but as he explains, Ullmann “really wanted to strip away my previous comfort zones.” As someone who has worked as a lead guitarist in a couple of world electronica groups and whose own debut album was a little bit electric (with a Fender Rhodes), a little bit worldy (with a tabla), Falling is a shift, toward the acoustic side. It’s a tactic that goes against the prevailing trend of starting acoustic and moving into electric or electro-acoustic, but Ullmann has found the greater artistic expression he was looking for with this talented bunch of young musicians. No sophomore slump for David Ullmann, is the verdict on Falling. Here’s a guitarist who seems to have only hinted as to what more he has in store for us, and going on his two disparate but solid releases, his future ones bear close attention, to”