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Bikenjazz
May 02 2011
at 3:17 PM
Trying to remember a shared stage with a violinist? Does anyone know if Pat has done this in the past? If not, besides Grapelli, I would like to see Pat with Regina Carter or Ms. Mazz.
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thehague
May 08 2011
at 4:37 AM
Bookmark and Share Well, there’s an idea, bluepno! If only.
bluepno
May 07 2011
at 3:17 PM
Bookmark and Share Im going with a specially commissioned Concerto for guitar and violin by Arvo Part with Hilary Hahn and Pat as the soloists.
bluepno
May 07 2011
at 3:13 PM
Bookmark and Share Maybe mix it up with Mark O’Conner or Alison Krauss. Alison and Pat share about 50 Grammy awards between them.
mulsch
May 06 2011
at 6:39 PM
Bookmark and Share Mads Tolling is a pretty cool jazz violinist who can play a lot of style, from gypsy jazz to rock.
Photon Man
May 06 2011
at 3:51 PM
Bookmark and Share bpsail, I concur that Mark Feldman’s work with John Abercrombie is very interesting. Mark gets a great tone, plays in tune, has great ears, and is very musical. I saw them in Amsterdam a few years ago and was very impressed. I was a bit surprised as there are not many jazz violinists that I enjoy. I must say however, it is hard to beat Jean Luc Ponty. I saw him about a year ago in Atlanta and with the right band, he sounds amazing.
bpsail
May 05 2011
at 8:45 PM
Bookmark and Share Several years ago I read something about Pat sitting in with Billy Bang, but my impression is that it was just for one evening. Regarding current violinists, Mark Feldman’s work with Johon Abercrombie is interesting.
fendweller
May 05 2011
at 9:18 AM
Bookmark and Share Thanks Fred - I’ll check it out. Wasn’t the violin on the Brecker album Mike playing through his EWI?
fredsimon
May 04 2011
at 3:47 PM
Bookmark and Share PeeWee, speaking from my experience recording and performing with Jerry Goodman, I heartily agree -- he’s one of the greats. And yet, I tend to lean toward fendweller’s opinion ... I’m not a huge fan of most jazz violin. That said, I’d enthusiastically recommend a phenomenal musician who happens to play violin: Zach Brock ... PeeWee, if you dig Goodman you’ll probably dig Brock; fendweller, you might just dig Brock despite your feelings about jazz violin.
transcendentman
May 04 2011
at 9:53 AM
Bookmark and Share whos the violinist on this one cd the michael brecker one don’t try this at home, man that was a great album, though pat wasn’t on that one, use to listen to that all the time
PeeWee
May 04 2011
at 7:08 AM
Bookmark and Share The only "jazz" violinist I’ve ever paid attention to is Jerry Goodman.
fendweller
May 04 2011
at 4:00 AM
Bookmark and Share Personally I can’t stand jazz violin. So no thanks.
bluepno
May 03 2011
at 8:46 PM
Bookmark and Share I am thinking maybe something with Regina Carter.
ztfs
May 03 2011
at 5:35 PM
Bookmark and Share I think Jean Luc Ponty would also be a good choice since they both like electronics.
HAMBONE
May 03 2011
at 12:31 PM
Bookmark and Share I think it would be great. Pat on acoustic guitar in a Hot Club setting would give him room to stretch out in a new setting. Bring it on!
thehague
May 03 2011
at 8:46 AM
Bookmark and Share Some kind of Hot Club de Pat? Not for me.
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