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Brian Bromberg - Plays Jimi Hendrix (2010)

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Brian Bromberg - Plays Jimi Hendrix (2010)

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2.Manic Depression 
3.The Wind Cries Mary    play
4.Voodoo Chile 
5.Freedom 
6.All Along THe Watchtower 
7.Foxey Lady 
8.Hey Joe 
9.Crosstown Traffic      play
10.Spanish Castle Magic 
11.Purple Haze

Personnel:
Brian Bromberg - 4 string bass, tenor bass, piccolo bass, 5 string bass,
fretless bass, upright bass, vocals.
Vinnie Colaiuta – drums

 

Respect is no stranger to Bromberg. Born in Tucson, Arizona in 1960, he initially followed his father and older brother in playing the drums. After struggling with cello in elementary and junior high school, Brian switched to bass at the behest of a teacher and took to it immediately. From age 14-18, he ‘shredded’ relentlessly on the instrument becoming proficient enough to land gigs 5 to 7 nights a week. At 18, he got his first major gig as a member of tenor sax legend Stan Getz’s band and since then has played acoustic and electric bass with hundreds of artists ranging from Horace Silver, Carmen McRae and Eddie Harris to Lee Ritenour, Nancy Wilson, Teena Marie and Dudley Moore.

“Bromberg Plays Hendrix” is an homage from one virtuoso to another. Brian's take on classic Hendrix tunes is nothing short of astounding. He makes the songs his own while keeping with the spirit and raw emotion of the originals.

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