An opening slot for Cool Jazz/Fusion monarch Miles Davis proved the gateway to a wider audience looking for adventure in their music. Liebert’s fusion of Flamenco and World Music secured him an international fan base. The rest is his story.
My new album “slow” was released in our own ListeningLounge today.
Here is a link to the album page on our website.
This is a direct link to the album in our ListeningLounge.
And this is the link to a special page about the album, with background information and a track by track guide.
We will have the CD for sale during the last leg of this year’s tour, which starts a week from today in Fort Lauderdale. Here are the dates:
Nov 11 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Parker Playhouse
Nov 12 – Clearwater, FL – Capitol Theater
Nov 13 – Orlando, FL – Plaza Theater
Nov 14 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
Nov 17 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
Nov 18 – Austin, TX – One World Theatre
Nov 19 – San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater
Nov 20 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
November 18th is the official release date of the album, and CDs should arrive in stores then. Digital distribution is seriously backlogged for all indies, so the album will be available in digital form at iTunes and Amazon, but I don’t yet know when. I’ll keep you posted.
Last Friday we returned from a brief tour of California – with a new quartet that added accordion and keyboards to the trio of guitar, bass and percussion. We played several pieces from the new album “Waiting n Swan” and also performed a new band arrangement of “This Spring release 10,000 Butterflies”.
Rather than trying to remember the new arrangements I made a few notes and taped them onto my guitar.
eTown Hall in Boulder, Colorado
Recorded live during the last tour:
Early morning. End of tour. Going home.
Dead tree under a cellphone tower and the moon.