Eaton Barics Quintet Live at the Red Poppy

August 8, 2009

I’m finally getting around to publishing this great multimedia from the Eaton Barics Quintet live at the Red Poppy Art House in San Francisco on June 19, 2009.

The band was gracious enough to let me include video and audio of two tracks from their performance that night. The first is a fantastic rendition of Mood Indigo featuring Rob Barics on tenor sax, and the second is an original composition by Rob that features the whole band — the piece was inspired by Rob’s little kid, and thus is appropriately titled Dump Truck.

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Musicians
Rob Barics, Tenor
Gabe Eaton, Alto
Jeff Marrs, Drums
Marcus Shelby, Bass
Adam Shulman, Piano

 

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