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Dave Weckl - Rhythm of the Soul (1998) Retail CD
This CD shows a different side to Dave Weckl. We see a much more groove orientated Weckl. Great examples of these are "The Zone", "101 Shuffle" and "Designer Stubble". The styles of the songs on the CD are R&B/Blues, Funk and New Orleans genres.Tom Kennedy also shows his great talent on the bass on "Transition Jam". He also plays acoustic Bass and Fretless bass on the recording. His solo on "Someone's Watching" has a resemblence to Steve Bailey (I may be mistaken!). There is also a song that is dedicated to Stevie Wonder, "Rhythm Dance". In conclusion, this CD highlights Dave's groove abilitiesmore…, but for more chops, I would probably go for "Transition" because the drumming is much more techincal. But "Rhythm of the Soul" also has great compositions. I have read that this CD is a weak effort, and maybe the worst cd of the Dave Weckl band. But I beg to differ, this is a brilliant Cd and recommend this as an essential to the Weckl collection.
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- Dave Weckl - Rhythm of the Soul (1998) Retail CD
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