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Out of Vancouver Canada i believe. A real no holds barred Power Trio.


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The trash can trio.

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Out of Vancouver Canada i believe. A real no holds barred Power Trio.


Hell yes. Just got the new one "All Roads Lead To Ausfahrt". Greatness. Going to see them for the first time 9-30 in Cleveland.


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This power trio wasn't too shabby for its time.. 8) :

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Medeski Martin & Wood


I'd second that Fred, they're great. 8)


I've been wanting to check these guys out for awhile. Can y'all recommend something?


For the more groove-oriented electric stuff, get "Shack Man", "Friday Afternoon In The Universe", "Uninvisible", "End Of The World Party", "Combustication", "It's A Jungle In Here", or "The Dropper"-(best IMO)

For acoustic jazz, try their first one "Notes From The Underground" & even better the live one "Tonic"

For total improv, "Electric Tonic" & "Farmer's Reserve"

You really can't go wrong with the recent Blue Note compilation "Note Bleu" either, but make sure you get it with the bonus DVD :wink:

The album they did with John Scofield under his name "A Go-Go" is awesome too. Their next album "Out Louder" is due in a few weeks and features Scofield again. That about covers it.


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Fred_Zappelin wrote:

(jazz/other)
Medeski Martin & Wood


I'd second that Fred, they're great. 8)


I've been wanting to check these guys out for awhile. Can y'all recommend something?




The album they did with John Scofield under his name "A Go-Go" is awesome too. Their next album "Out Louder" is due in a few weeks and features Scofield again. That about covers it.


I love "A Go-Go". Thats great that there is another one coming out soon!


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For the more groove-oriented electric stuff, get "Shack Man", "Friday Afternoon In The Universe", "Uninvisible", "End Of The World Party", "Combustication", "It's A Jungle In Here", or "The Dropper"-(best IMO)

For acoustic jazz, try their first one "Notes From The Underground" & even better the live one "Tonic"

For total improv, "Electric Tonic" & "Farmer's Reserve"

You really can't go wrong with the recent Blue Note compilation "Note Bleu" either, but make sure you get it with the bonus DVD :wink:

The album they did with John Scofield under his name "A Go-Go" is awesome too. Their next album "Out Louder" is due in a few weeks and features Scofield again. That about covers it.


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This power trio wasn't too shabby for its time.. 8) :

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VASEN; fascinating acoustic trio from sweden "the best band in the world" they also had a percussionist check out Whirled and Gront

power trios;

Wayne krantz trio(s)

Allen Holdsworth trios

Otolithen; an obscure heavy trio On cuneiform records

the new Alex machachek trio with bozzio sounds very cool

don't forget EGG

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VASEN; fascinating acoustic trio from sweden "the best band in the world" they also had a percussionist check out Whirled and Gront


you mean Väsen. :arrow: VÄSEN
Yeah, they're pretty good.

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don't forget EGG

oh no. great band.
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excellent bands, both. but, again, not really power trios...

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So what you're saying Lumpy is that whenever there's an organist in place of a guitarist in the rock trio, it disqualifies them from being true power trio? No matter how heavy the organ sounds?

I still maintain Soft Machine line ups on their first two records are a power trio, even though the use of guitar was somewhere between scant and non-existent.


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So what you're saying Lumpy is that whenever there's an organist in place of a guitarist in the rock trio, it disqualifies them from being true power trio? No matter how heavy the organ sounds?

I still maintain Soft Machine line ups on their first two records are a power trio, even though the use of guitar was somewhere between scant and non-existent.


Well, I was talking about the classic rock definition of a Power Trio. But, I am not gonna pick on you guys anymore. This has become quite an interesting thread. So, anything goes! (as long as you are not posting four-piece bands, with a vocalist...) :wink:

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We could really restrict the definition by insisting on power trios that don't use overdubs. Technically, King Crimson in 1974 after David Cross left was a power trio of Robert Fripp, John Wetton and William Bruford but you could hardly say that Red is power trio music given the multi tracking and help from various other musicians.

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Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti.


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Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti.


LOL. Good one :mrgreen:

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Harpo, Groucho and Chico Marx. :wink:

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Harpo, Groucho and Chico Marx. :wink:


Were'nt there four Marx Brothers?

I know there were at least five Stooges. Larry, Moe, Curly, Joe, Curly Joe.
That would make them a quintet.


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Were'nt there four Marx Brothers?

There were also, Gummo and Zeppo.

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