Paul McBurney - PMB | Continuous Wave

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Continuous Wave

by Paul McBurney - PMB

A story-telling approach mixing rock with jazz in a search for a Zen-like understanding of the mystery of life and love.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Good Day
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2. Destroyer
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3. Save You
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4. Deep in the Forest
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5. Never Fade Away
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6. Fabulous Feline
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7. Angel
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8. First
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9. Sister
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10. Wild West
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11. Deprivation Tank
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12. Love Is
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
PMB is a super band of San Francisco Musicians. The band is led by singer/songwritter Paul McBurney. Paul grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa on the banks of the Missisppi River next to Davenport Iowa, a city influenced by the swirling Dixieland music of the Mississippi riverboats, the nostalgia of the city's favorite son cornet player Bix Beiderbecke, and also the vintage rock common in the midwest during the '80's. Paul played in numerous bands and solo projects, but PMB is his first foray into fronting and being the main writter for a talented array of mainly jazz players. He was blown away by the versitality and virtuosity of drummer Darrell Green, whom he saw play at Brunos in San Francisco and then eventually met and discussed his band vision at another one of Darrell's gigs at the Black Cat in San Francisco's North Beach. After their meeting, Paul focussed on writing new material with the purpose of building a band around Darrell's rhythmic capabilities. Paul's first solo release "The Lazy Daisy Chain" can also order from this site.

Darrell Green (http://www.davellis.com/darrellgreen.html) grew up in Oakland California and is known to anyone who follows the Jazz scene in the SF Bay area as one of the most talented drummers on the scene. To round out the rhythm section, Darrell suggested his long time friend and fellow performer bassist David Ewell. David is a also master of many styles, moving freely from Jazz to Brazilian, to free form improvisation and to rock. David brings incredible energy and stage presense to the PMB live performances, or any "live" he is a part of. He is a member of many local bands and tours internationally frequently.

This trio rehearsed and worked up a first set of original material together for six months before bringing on keyboardist Jacob Aginsky. (http://www.aginsky.com/music/). Jacob, another Bay Area native, is a staple on the music scene in the Bay area and all over the world promoting his numerous recordings and also supporting other renound touring acts. Jacob's rich harmonic accompaniement, stabs, and solos fills out the PMB sound.

Finally, the icing on the cake is soloist Howard Wiley on tenor and soprano saxophone. Howard is another Bay Area renaissance musician with a deep pashion and reverance for the Jazz history and its depth of class material. Howard also fronts his own band and tours to promote his recent 2nd album. Howard is a school chum of both Darrell and David. Darrell has shared jokingly the story of how he was chided by David and Howard as being too little to play with them in early school musical events. Darrell ran out of the auditorium and flipped off the stage lights, leaving the other guys in the pitch dark. But no one will say anymore that Darrell isnt up to the task, he is now a favorite of many seasoned Jazz bandleaders as the cat who can really play in the classic way.

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Patrick McCoy

A superb CD - thoughtful, fun and harmonically rich!
PMB's Continuous Wave is a CD that invites the listener in and holds your interest until the last note sounds. The production is very tight and warm - layering all the sounds carefully adds to the experience. The writing is mature and insightful - sometimes challenging stereotypes and complacency. Overall, this is a highly recommended release and deserves your attention.
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mrcomposer

wokeyyyyy
encik hitam sitampok manggis suka akan lagu ini...tahniah...anda mmemang layak bergelar super dewa musician.teruskan usaha....
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Encik Hitam

Fun!!
This music is for everyone out there..enjoy!!!
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