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In Concert

by Terry Silverlight

Terry Silverlight presents this magical live performance showcasing his drumming and original music along with innovative pianist/composer Barry Miles, legendary bassist Will Lee, extraordinary saxophonist David Mann, and premier vocalist Tabitha Fair.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Opening (Feat. Will Lee, David Mann & Barry Miles)
6:40 $0.99
2. White Heat (Feat. Barry Miles)
9:58 $0.99
3. Autumn Leaves (Feat. Barry Miles & Will Lee)
8:26 $0.99
4. Bird of Paradise (Feat. Barry Miles, Will Lee & David Mann)
7:58 $0.99
5. Sunshine (Feat. Tabitha Fair)
6:04 $0.99
6. Shuffle Song (Feat. Will Lee, David Mann & Barry Miles)
7:27 $0.99
7. Sparks (Feat. Barry Miles, Will Lee & David Mann)
9:58 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This album is dedicated to the memory of my father, Arthur Silverlight



Thanks to Barry MIles for production consultation.

“Autumn Leaves” arranged by Terry Silverlight
(composed by Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert)

“White Heat” composed and arranged by Barry Miles

Performed and recorded live at The Bitter End in Manhattan (courtesy of Ken Gorka)
Live and recording sound engineer: Ryoji Hata
Album cover design: Ivana Kersting

Terry Silverlight endorses Gretsch, Paiste, Pro-Mark, Evans, LP (Latin Percussion), HQ Percussion, Puresound Snare Wires

Drums, ornamentation



Tenor sax, soprano sax, flute

Vocals on “Sunshine”

It was a VERY rainy night: May 18, 2011. I didn't think anyone would make it out to the legendary Bitter End in the west village to see my show that night, but as the 8:00 performance approached, the room filled to capacity.

It was a magical event in several respects. I was thrilled to have been able to put together such an outstanding line up of musicians who I had in mind when writing the new material for this occasion. From the first note, my songs came to life and were taken to a level higher than I could have imagined. My choice of the Bitter End as the venue was ideal: wonderful sounding room; perfect size big enough to emulate a concert setting yet small enough to allow for an intimate relationship between the performers and audience; owner Ken Gorka made me feel at home; sound engineer Ryoji Hata did an amazing job both with the live sound and recording; and to top it off, the room was packed to the walls with top notch musicians including several illustrious drummers, neighbors I grew up with, high school and college friends, teachers, co-writers, family, and unfamiliar faces who chose to be there to hear this music.

This performance celebrates the 40th anniversary of Barry Miles's "White Heat" album, a pioneering recording in the history of jazz. I was fourteen years old at the time and marks the first recording I played drums on. Barry's work on that album as pianist/composer/arranger/conceptualist influenced many up and coming musicians at the time of its release who have since become established in their own right and continues to inspire today. I'm grateful Barry agreed to include the title cut from that album on this performance, and he wrote an updated arrangement that maintains the initial essence, originality, and energy of the piece while bringing it into the 21st century.

For those who missed the show and for those who were there and would like to relive it, I'm happy to present this recording.



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