October 11, 2013

Bela Fleck is about as eclectic as they come. It's not every day that you hear a bluegrass/jazz fusion piece with steel drums and bassoon. Not to mention the call-and-response bass/soprano sax solo, a definite highlight in the piece. This group really captures the essence of harmony; not just in the traditional sense, but in how they react to and compliment one another's playing. This is overall a great piece and performance from a very talented group of musicians.

Listen to any interesting genre-blending tunes lately?

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