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Feast For The Senses
An Evening of Improvised Music... Seven-time Grammy award winning musician, Paul Wertico, and multimedia artist and musician David Cain, have come together to present a Feast for the Senses. This captivating world-class event featured improvised music, dance, animation, video plus a four-course gourmet dinner!
One of the most versatile and musical drummers in music today, Paul Wertico's playing has been compared to an "Impressionist painter" and he's been described as "an inspired madman" and "a restless innovator". Paul is internationally known for his playing with the Pat Metheny Group, Paul Winter, Kurt Elling, Ken Nordine, Larry Coryell, etc., as well as his own groups.
David Cain is an award winning performer, artist, filmmaker, author, composer, teacher and a Hoogland Center for the Arts Resident Artist. With his "energized, soulful, Sting-like voice," David, like Paul, has been described as an "Impressionist painter mixing colors" with his one-of-a-kind candy apple red tenor sax, iPad, wind controller, keys...
Joining David & Paul are SENSES musicians David Hoffman (trumpet, keys, EWI), 13-year trumpet soloist & arranger with the Ray Charles Orchestra, Howard Freitag (guitar), Michael Wall (percussion), Jim Cloney (bass), Sarah Genta (dance) and Samantha Cremer (dance).
1. If I Could Get One Answer
2. Take Away Everything
3. Shells of Things
4. The Twisted Screen
5. The Hoogland Waltz
6. Even The Kitchen Sink
7. Looking For Your Face
8. And Fly Forever
Watch a Preview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nd2Le9SHeU
The results are magically evocative - brewing rhythmic grooves, melodic expanses, and telepathic group interaction resembling the profound influence of Herbie Hancock, Sting, Pink Floyd, John Coltrane, Miles Davis... Making music for the fun of it, all styles, a kaleidoscopic approach to melody, rhythm, grooves and textures, painterly orchestrations, soulful words - jam-band aficionados and jazz heads get it.
Produced, edited & mixed by David Cain & Paul Wertico at UMEDIA Studios
(c) 2012 Feast For The Senses - www.thefeastforthesenes.com