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the HOP Anthology. Volume One

by HOP Productions

This is the first compilation release from Seattle's Own HOP Productions. It is a Full Length CD-Extra, with mad Bonus materiel, including a very Short film by the renowned Ryan Worsley. It is in slim. eco-friendly Pacaging. It contains Hip Hop tracks
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Da Loop - Das VibenBass
Das VibenBass
6:03 $0.99
2. Subdued Excitement - Yah Muzz
Yah Muzz
4:21 $0.99
3. Left Over Right - SOTD
Soup of the Day
6:24 $0.99
4. Reason and Doubt - Don Hopwood
Don Hopwood
2:33 $0.99
5. Shhh...Dont tell the Gigmaster - Das VibenBass
Das VibenBass
8:54 $0.99
6. Falling - SOTD
Soup of the Day
4:59 $0.99
7. Conscience - Yah Muzz
Yah Muzz
4:55 $0.99
8. Foolish Charm - Don Hopwood
Don Hopwood
3:30 $0.99
9. Suite on F - By The Way
Don Hopwood
7:02 $0.99
10. Clown Song - Don Hopwood
Don Hopwood
3:05 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
By The Way is a wonderfully talented acoustic group that shifts between classical, bluegrass, folk, jazz, and country music, more effortless than the air you breathe, some call it "avant grass". See more at www.bythewaymusic.com

Jeff Sanders - Acoustic Guitar
Cody Hopwood - Acoustic Guitar

Geoff Larson - Double Bass
Justin Sorensen - Percussion

Soup of the Day is a diverse group of musicians bound together in search of new horizons. Soup of the Day has a distinctive style characterized by one unique fact. Each member is a highly proficient musician, capable of taking the music to another dimension without guidance from central leadership. Often two or three members will team up during a song and perform a hostile takeover of the groove, then two or three of the others will perform countermeasures designed to take the jam in their preferred direction... all the while keeping the song coherent and danceable. Soup of the Day is one of few bands who have strong appeal to musicians and dancers alike. Their website... www.soupoftheday.org

Cameron Newell - guitar vocals
Andy Fuller - turntables
Ben Jahn - guitar and vocals
Nick Vincent-Maloney - drums
Geoff Larson - electric bass
Justin Sorensen - percussion

Initially conceived as a one-off project in an attempt to overthrow the Red Hook Bellingham Band Slam contest, Yah-Muzz has continued on and has heads all over the PNW listening. Guaranteed to show crowds a good time, these guys are poising themselves to make moves in the local hip-hop scene.

In case you've missed the shows, the All-Star lineup for this conscious regressive hip-hop project is:

Mathias Sanders- Professor of Linguistics, M.C.

Geoff Larson- Bass, Vocals

Rick Weber- Drum Kit

Andrew Fuller- Turntables

Justin Sorensen- Vibes, Keys, Vocals

Cameron Newell- Guitar, Vocals

Don Hopwood grew up in Spokane, Washington where he studied guitar with "Too Slim" Langford. He gathered a lot of knowledge from this great blues guitarist, until he found he needed to go a different direction with his playing. He used the tools of the solo blues guitarist to play melody, harmony, rhythm, and bass lines, but with a more classical edge. This creates one of the most original styles of guitar playing you ever will hear. Writing lyrics that fit over his amazing guitar work, Mr. Hopwood is surely a force to be reckoned with. Don is starting to play with a full band. . tentatively titled 'Local Hero'.

Don Hopwood- Acoustic Guitar and Vocals

Geoff Larson- Bass

Cameron Newell- Miscellany

Das Vibenbass has been serving up their unique brand of "Jazz" and love of music for over three years. The group has evolved from a duo of Vibraphone (Justin Sorensen) and Bass (Geoff Larson), to a quartet, which now includes Drum Set (JC Bachman) and Tenor Saxophone (Josh Clifford). With the addition of these two instrumentalists, the music rapidly changed to an "in your face" style and continues to unfold its new and diverse form of expression daily. The listener will hear such levels as a compelling groove between the bass and drums, a layer of harmony through the vibes, and a biting saxophone consuming up the foundation it's given. In addition to this consistent sound, Das Vibenbass also has a soothing way of allowing the audience to sit back, breathe, and take in a harmonious ballad at what seems to always be an ideal time. The group generally plays original music, but gives cover songs such as Sonny Rollins, Strode Rode or Rasaan Roland Kirks, Theme for the Eulipions the Das Vibenbass flavor. The interplay and chemistry between the players is wonderful to hear and see. It is clear they are having a blast on stage, as you will see their concentration often turn into laughter following a hip moment in a tune. One feels as if they are a part of the band producing the music when they watch this compelling concoction. It is a fantastic experience to have!

Geoff Larson - Double Bass
Justin Sorensen - Vibraphone
Josh Clifford - Tenor Saxophone
JC Bachman- Drums



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