The legendary Basses Loaded III concert featuring Dave and The All-Bass Orchestra, Victor Wooten and Friends, with bonus footage including guests Duane Eddy and Bob Babbitt, plus a mini documentary, "Building The Bass Orchestra."
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A rockin' journey through 50 + years of American Roots music with the legendary Sleepy LaBeef. Selected for the Nashville Film Festival, this live concert/documentary film captures the true spirit of the man some call "The Human Jukebox."
The "Sleepy LaBeef Rides Again" soundtrack CD is the companion piece to the new live concert and documentary film that captures the legendary rocker LaBeef in front of an enthusiastic Nashville audience.
Three Ring Circle is Rob Ickes (dobro) Andy Leftwich (mandolin/fiddle) and Dave Pomeroy (bass). Their "eclectic acoustic" instrumental music transcends stylistic boundaries as do tunes by Jeff Beck, Bireli Lagrene, and Stevie Wonder.
The long-awaited follow up to “Basses Loaded!” Dave plays and sings every note on this collection of vocal and instrumental tunes, including Willie Dixon’s “Spoonful,” Dave's original tunes “River” and “You are Not Alone” and the Beatle-y title track .
Dave's solo debut is half vocal tunes and half instrumentals, all created with layered electric and acoustic basses. The original songs and cover tunes range from jazz, funk, to space music, tied together by Dave's basses and expressive voice.
Three Ring Circle's second CD expands upon their innovative debut, combining bluegrass sounds with jazz and world music sensibilities. Unique "acoustic power trio" music that includes high energy originals and tunes by Ralph Towner and John Scofield.
Dave Pomeroy and Friends' 2 CD set "The Taproom Tapes" is compiled from two years of live recording featuring 14 of Nashville's finest musicians collectively improvising 21 jammin' tracks, combining hot solos and funky grooves.
Lorianna Matera’s debut CD, “Nobody’s Angel”, signals the arrival of a unique new talent on the acoustic music scene. Her music is a pure, honest blend of bluegrass and traditional country. Guests include Sam Bush, Tim O’Brien, and Larry Cordle.
Singer/Songwriter, guitarist and harmonica wizard Paco Shipp's second solo album is a soulful journey in blues, folk, rock and Americana music, with guests including Guthrie Trapp and Ray Flacke.
Paco Shipp debut CD, “Tip Of The Tongue” is far from a typical harmonica record, as it showcases Paco’s incisive lyrics and earthy vocals in addition to the burning hot harp solos and keyboard-like sonic textures he is famous for.
Instrumental "Momental Music" from Nashville's top sonic sculptors Tone Patrol. This unique, yet accessible, release of improvised world music takes the listener on a musical adventure, crossing all stylistic boundaries into "Thin Air."