Low End Theory Live at 12 Galaxies

May 16, 2006

I’ve finally found some time to write and post about this superb gig of Low End Theory playing live at 12 Galaxies. These guys are part of the Bay Area’s super-talented Jazz Mafia collective that we’ve been covering for a while now, and they sure know how to kick down some serious low-end brass through their powerful section of in-your-face trombones.

The group is made up of Adam Theis, Marty Wehner, and Joel Behrman on trombones (with a little trumpet thrown in for good measure), Marc Bolin on bass trombone, Dave Scott on keys, George Ban-Weiss on upright bass, and Eric Garland on drums. It was a kickin’ night of pumping horns, and the recording came out absolutely outstanding. And, thanks to the Mafia’s willingness to share their live performances with fans for personal, non-commercial use, you should definitely spend some serious quality time listening to the MP3s posted below, and don’t forget to support the band, and the collective in general, by getting out to see their live shows.

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Audio Tracks
1. Complete Compunction
2. Anyone Who Had A Heart
3. Super Glue
4. Gospel Sermon
5. Confucious
7. Straight Shuffle
8. Whoop Ass
9. Not Standard

 

Tags: 12-Galaxies, Adam-Theis, Bay-Area, Brass, Dave-Scott, Eric-Garland, George-Ban-Weiss, Jazz, Jazz-Mafia, Joel-Behrman, Live-Music, Low-End-Theory, Marc-Bolin, Marty-Wehner, San-Francisco

 

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