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Live at the Quick (2002)

Recorded in the summer of 2000, Béla Fleck & The Flecktones' Live At The Quick features an expanded version of the bluegrass-fusion band's lineup, featuring guest artists from the band's eighth album, Outbound.

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Marc Smerling
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Bela Fleck ... Himself - Banjoist / Electric synth banjoist / Guitarist
Jeff Coffin Jeff Coffin ... Himself - Tenor saxophonist / Alto saxophonist / Soprano saxophonist / Clarinettist / Flutist
Roy Wooten Roy Wooten ... Himself - Synth Ax Drumitarist / Drummer: acoustic drums / Percussionist: assorted percussion / Singer (as Future Man)
Victor Wooten Victor Wooten ... Himself - Bassist: electric bass / Floor synth player (as Victor Lemonte Wooten)
Sandip Burman Sandip Burman ... Himself - Tablaist
Andy Narell Andy Narell ... Himself - Steel pannist / Keyboardist
Paul Hanson Paul Hanson ... Himself - Bassoonist
Paul McCandless Paul McCandless ... Himself - Oboeist / English hornist / Soprano saxophonist / Sopranino saxophonist
Kongar-ol Ondar Kongar-ol Ondar ... Himself - Tuvan throat singer (as Ondar)
Tony Trischka Tony Trischka ... Himself - Banjo innovator
Bill Keith Bill Keith ... Himself - Banjo innovator
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Recorded in the summer of 2000, Béla Fleck & The Flecktones' Live At The Quick features an expanded version of the bluegrass-fusion band's lineup, featuring guest artists from the band's eighth album, Outbound.

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world music | jazz | bluegrass | See All (3) »

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Documentary | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Tuvinian

Release Date:

26 February 2002 (USA) See more »

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Remarkable band, great music, a pleasure to watch
24 March 2013 | by dadengSee all my reviews

While I agree with the other review that this makes fine listening music -- the video isn't vital to appreciate it -- I couldn't let the other review stand alone without commenting on how great the music is. The key point this is wonderful music.

This is a remarkable band -- tight, playful, playing a great show. And the video is a lot of fun to watch. No light show, no lasers, no distracting dancing but if you love seeing artists producing excellent art, you'll love the video.

I'm a fan of Bela's anyway but particularly like this show. Where else do you get to hear jazz bassoon? And I found the throat singing fascinating, though you need to listen on a decent system to hear everything going on.

These guys are tight, having fun and I loved the video.


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