Explore releases from the Cotton Club, Tokyo label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Cotton Club, Tokyo releases. COTTON CLUB Japan Inc. TOKIA 2F, TOKYO Bldg. 2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6402 JAPAN. Tel: +81-3-3215-1555. Dean Brown With Dennis Chambers + Will Lee - DB III (LP, Album).
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For his third outing as a leader, guitarist Dean Brown called on two longtime friends to complete a potent power trio. And in bassist Will Lee and drummer Dennis Chambers, he wound up with the ultimate rhythm section. Together this dream team lays down some seriously funky grooves while interacting in the moment with jazzy abandon on DBIII: Live in Tokyo. Recorded in the heart of the Japanese metropolis at the Cotton Club, this vibrant live recording captures the earth-shaking energy and fiery licks streaming off the bandstand on three consecutive nights in this intimate Tokyo night spot.
DBIII – Dean Brown Trio featuring Dennis Chambers and Hadrien Feraud. Dennis Chambers batteria. Hadrien Feraud basso. DBIII was originally formed in 2008 for a series of performances in Japan which produced the critically acclaimed CD, DBIII: Live At The Cotton Club. That group featured Dean Brown, Dennis Chambers and Will Lee. The next incarnation of the trio featured Bobby Sparks on organ and Dennis on drums.
For Dean’s third solo CD, DBIII-Live at the Cotton Club Tokyo (2009) He featured an all-star power trio with musical greats Dennis Chambers and Will Lee recorded live in the world famous music venue in Tokyo, Japan. His self produced fourth record Unfinished Business (2012) is yet another all-star cast of musicians with Marvin Smitty Smith, Kirk Whalum, Dennis Chambers, Jimmy Earl, Gerry Etkins and Hadrien Feraud among others. And Dean’s fifth solo album, ROLAJAFUFU, was released in April of 2016 and he is currently touring in Europe, Japan, and the . with his band in support of his.
24 June 2018 ·. youtube. Dennis Chambers at Drum Camp. 10 April 2018 ·. Medley (Let's Take It To The Stage-Mothership Connection (Star Child)-I Call My Baby Pussycat). Tetsuo Sakurai, Greg Howe & Denis Chambers Song (Another Kingdom) From The Album Vital World. 28 May 2017 ·. Victor Wooten Trio - Halftime performance at MSG 1/16/17. Victor Wooten Trio featuring Dennis Chambers (drums) and Bob Franceschini (sax). 4 May 2017 ·. Dennis Chambers: Breaksong - Live.
Dennis Chambers started playing drums at the age of 4 and by the age of 6 he was playing in nightclubs. Chambers had no former schooling in music. All his musical training came from playing in nightclubs. At the age of 18 he went from High School to a band called Parliament and Funkadelic. He joined the band in 1978 and played until 1985. From that point he joined Special EFX in 1985. In 1987 Chambers joined the David Sanborn Band and the John Scofield Band, which ended 1989. Shortly afterwards he joined the Mike Stern/Bob Berg Band
Dennis Chambers biography In May 9, 1959, Dennis Chambers entered this world and started his trip toward becoming a drummer amongst drummers. He started drumming at the age of 4 and played his first gigs in Baltimore nightclubs two years later. Despite his talent, or maybe because of it, he never received any formal musical training, but still developed into a drummer that is known for his technique and speed - especially amongst his colleagues. At the age of 18, he joined c (also known as P-Funk), the funk collective around yboardist George Clinton
Dean Brown (guitarist). Connected to: The Brecker Brothers David Sanborn Dennis Chambers. Background information. Dean has also released an instructional/live DVD with publishing giant Hal Leonard for Musicians Institute titled "Modern Techniques for the Electric Guitarist"(2008) and has had several featured instructional articles in Guitar Player Magazine (US), Guitar World (US), Gittare and Bass (G), Bass Player, Jazz Life (Jp), Big Box (I), Muzikus (Cz.
|1||Take This Michael Bland / Randy Brecker / Dean Brown / Ricky Peterson||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||2:58|
|2||Solid 6 Dean Brown / Gerry Etkins||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||6:23|
|3||Breaksong Jimi Hendrix||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||8:55|
|4||Up from the Skies Dean Brown||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||6:49|
|5||Two Numbers Dean Brown||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||8:37|
|6||Camel Hump Dean Brown||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||8:33|
|7||Soul Eyes Mal Waldron||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||1:54|
|8||Clave Groove Dean Brown||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||9:45|
|9||The Battle's Over Dean Brown||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||9:49|
|10||All You Need Is Love||Dean Brown / Dennis Chambers / Will Lee||5:13|
CreditsMichael Bland - Composer
Randy Brecker - Composer
Dean Brown - Composer, Editing, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Dennis Chambers - Drums, Primary Artist
Gerry Etkins - Composer
Jimi Hendrix - Composer
Sandrine Lee - Photography
Will Lee - Bass (Electric), Primary Artist, Vocals
Ricky Peterson - Composer
Bobby Sparks - Clavinet, Mini Moog
Mal Waldron - Composer