Personnel: John Medeski: keys, claviola 4, 8 ; Billy Martin: drums, eclectic noisemakers; Chris Wood: basses; Tim Ingham: voice 2, 7 ; John Lurie: voice 10 ; Dakota Martin: voice 6 ; Kids: voice 2, 5, 13, 14. Let's Go Everywhere is an album of children's music released in 2008 - Waking Up - Let's Go Everywhere - Cat Creeps - The Train Song - Where's The Music - Pat A Cake - Pirates Don't Take Baths - Far East Sweets - On An Airplane - The Squalb - Let's Go - Old Paint - Hickory Dickory Dock - All Around The Kitchen - We're All Connected. He was young and wide open, and could recall anything you taught him — he just has that kind of mind. It was supposed to come out in April but they recorded it on a small record label who was then bought out so now the album is just sitting somewhere, but it will come out. Most likely it will be eventually put out, just a matter of time of looking through all the footage and picking what they like.
Pirates Don't Take Baths 08. It was inspiring to be around. The parents talked over some ideas and settled on the concept of travel and adventure. This collection of all-ages tunes will keep everyone in the family bopping and jamming along, no matter how long the ride may be. Track Listing: Waking Up; Let's Go Everywhere; Cat Creeps; The Train Song; Where's The Music; Pat A Cake; Pirates Don't Take Baths; Far East Sweets; On An Airplane; The Squalb; Let's Go; Old Paint; Hickory Dickory Dock; All Around The Kitchen; We're All Connected. With help from grown-up vocalists and selected children, take liberties in their musical image by relating to the playful, nonchalant, and carefree innocence of youth. However, to expand our offerings and develop new means to foster jazz discovery we need your help.
The collaborative and improvisational nature of the recording process comes through with the fresh and happy sound of each track. We call it spontaneous composition. Tracks: Waking Up; Let's Go Everywhere; Cat Creeps; The Train Song; Where's The Music; Pat A Cake; Pirates Don't Take Baths; Far East Sweets; On An Airplane; The Squalb; Let's Go; Old Paint; Hickory Dickory Dock; All Around The Kitchen; We're All Connected. For , they really emphasize the childlike approach to music-making, staying fun and funky while adapting various tunes of adolescence and inventing a few silly songs of their own. Cairo, Shiloh, Moscow, Chichen Itza Krakatoa, Shenandoah, Mauna Loa, Tower of Pisa Hamburg, Frankfurt, Beantown, Montecristo Cayenne, Salt Lake, Cocoa Beach, San Francisco Saigon, Amman, Dijon, Yokahama Tijuana, Grand Bahama, don't forget to call your mama Let's go everywhere man Let's go everywhere, man There's lots of fun out there, man We gotta have our share, man Get out of your chair, man Let's go everywhere. The trio maintains a single-chord boogaloo-style jam, similar to many of their previous inventions.
If you're familiar with , you know that we've dedicated over two decades to supporting jazz as an art form, and more importantly, the creative musicians who make it. Much regional touring, notably in the southern U. Even so, the album succeeds as an infusion of fresh and diverse sonic backdrops into age-old children's themes of adventure, travel and, most importantly, fun. Appropriately co-conceived while bassist Chris Wood and Little Monster Records co-founder, Kate Hyman, watched their children during a play date, Let's Go Everywhere reflects family-room roots, featuring danceable, bluesy ditties, bathtub anthems and bedtime stories. We like to introduce our kids to a huge range of music, and they love all kinds of sounds. At the same time, though, the trio is replacing the kind of very energetic audience response that their strong grooves usually inspire with an actual audience inside the track. Wood and Martin enlisted vocals from their children Nissa and Dakota.
Interview went well and thanks to everyone who suggested questions. We'll go to Bombay, Taipei, Mandalay, Bora Bora Deauville, Louisville, Whoville, Glocca Morra Havana, Montana, Savannah, Varanasi Bermuda, Barbuda, Or Yehuda, Tallahassee Khartoum, Rangoon, Cancun, Saskatoon Kowloon, Cameroon, Brigadoon, to the moon Let's go everywhere man Let's go everywhere, man There's lots of fun out there, man We gotta have our share, man Get out of your chair, man Let's go everywhere. And somehow, in doing that, it no longer matters if the jazz novice is four years old or forty. As the party continued, the trio brought in other friends to add to the musical journey. Personnel: John Medeski: keys, claviola 4, 8 ; Billy Martin: drums, eclectic noisemakers; Chris Wood: basses; Tim Ingham: vox 2, 7 ; John Lurie: vox 10 ; Dakota Martin: vox 6 ; Kids: vox 2, 5, 13, 14.
It's also the most cerebral, world-inflected and most likely to emerge from the staff paper of Ennio Morricone. · 30 June 2007, 16:53 More info on this : Results of the Billy Martin Interview Thu May 17 Just got off the phone with Bill and all I can say is he's a real nice, cool dude. All Around the Kitchen 15. Although he is surprised that it has even taken this long for it to happen. They have all the trappings of a jam-band, but maintain an avant-garde appeal. Your bag of tricks as a player becomes a doorway to infinite possibilities.
All Around the Kitchen 15. Medeski added electric piano outfitted with distortion pedals and other effects , and began switching back and forth among Hammond organ, Clavinet, Mellotron and other keys. Title: Year Released: 2008 Record Label:. It features raps from his 6 year old son, and other kids, and it has some songs written and sung by Chris Wood and also features some spoken word from friends of the band. The band members have also kept things fresh by pursuing scores of other projects. It proved to be a motivating concept. Xanadu, Kathmandu, Timbuktu, Santiago Tasmania, Slovenia, Rumania, Pago Pago Sedona, Pamplona, Daytona, Patagonia Winona, Bologna, Barcelona, Caledonia Bangkok, Sliding Rock, Antioch, Tuba City Sun City, Cloud City, Emerald City, ain't it pretty Let's go everywhere man Let's go everywhere, man There's lots of fun out there, man We gotta have our share, man Get out of your chair, man Let's go everywhere.
Great to hear an official source give it credence. Maybe a few ideas about a beat or a nursery rhyme we liked, but we went into the studio not knowing what would happen. Available January 8, from Little Monster Records, Let's Go Everywhere takes listeners on a journey both literal and figurative, through a magical mélange of sounds and vehicular adventures. Many parents harbor fears of a future where television and video games will supplant self-motivation and the imagination, become an imagination crutch and, ultimately, an imagination parasite. He had a freer spirit than you find in most musicians. Howzaboutit, whaddya say you buckle up and we go for a little ride? It was no different when the trio gathered in an upstate New York studio last year with a few concepts, a few musical ideas and a few friends to create Let's Go Everywhere, the first recording designed to please their youngest fans.
The band wanted to do a children's record for some time. In fact, their club and festival appearances are packed with alternative-rock lovers as well as jam-band aficionados and jazz heads. His apprenticeship with these powerful music figures was, he admits, a humbling one. Chris Wood's daughter shares play dates with the daughter of Kate Hyman and Kevin Salem, co-founders of Little Monster Records. Let's go everywhere man Let's go everywhere, man There's lots of fun out there, man We gotta have our share, man Get out of your chair, man Let's go everywhere. . This record is sure to delight kids and parents and parents and kids.