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Joe Gil

Joe Gil

Jazz / Fusion / Rock Lake Peekskill, NY  US
Monk Strut
Monk Strut
Centrifuge Of Energy
Centrifuge Of Energy
Trainwreck
Trainwreck

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  • Thu

    Jun 18

    Newburgh, NY, US | 8:00pm

    Veteran musicians Joe Gil (trombone), Neil Alexander (organ and keyboards) and Jason Furman (drums) have put together a new group called the "Thunderhead Organ Trio". The group is taking the concept of the organ trio in a new and different direction, drawing on many different influences and styles. The group explores the grittier, rockier side of the genre referencing groups like the original Tony Williams Lifetime and mines the jazz standard repertoire for obscure gems and deep cuts, as well as playing original material.

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Joe Gil

Horns

Neil Alexander

Keyboard

Jason Furman

Drums

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Sounds Like: John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Frank Zappa, Jan Hammer

Label: Vindaloo Music

Bio: Joe Gil is reminding people that there are other instruments besides sax and trumpet in the jazz world!!

Joe Gil is a native of Brooklyn, New York and was raised on Long Island, New York. From an early age he always had a fascination with music. In high school he formed his own bands and bes...See Full Bio

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Joe Gil has a show on 05/21/2015 at 08:00 PM @ The Wherehouse in Newburgh, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5uawjp #concert

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Q: What kind mic do you use it sounds a bit thin in about the 4k region

A: If I remember correctly it was a Sennheiser MD 421. The original plan was to just worry about recording everyone else in the group and redoing my parts later on. But on some of the tunes the bone parts were worth keeping. So for the sake of consistency we finished using the same mic on the recording. I would have liked a warmer and fuller sound myself for the horn.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sat Apr 25 2015

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