|Brian Bromberg (2003)|
|This is the website for bassist, composer, and producer Brian Bromberg.
From acoustic bass to electric bass, Piccolo bass to synthesizer bass, Brian brings the art of bass playing to a new level where the bass moves beyond simply being a rhythm instrument and brings it up front to be the lead voice.
Brian has toured and performed throughout the world with many of the greatest jazz musicians of our time. He has also released some of the most critically acclaimed instrumental albums in contemporary jazz.
|# 1||Miles Davis||The Complete Concert: 1964 (My Funny Valentine and "Four" & More)||Milestones||(Columbia)|
|# 2||Stan Getz||Sweet Rain||Con Alma||(Verve)|
|# 3||Chick Corea||Now He Sings, Now He Sobs||Windows||(Blue Note)|
|# 4||Joe Farrell||Moon Germs||Time's Lie||(Columbia)|
|# 5||Bill Evans||Explorations||Nardis||(Riverside|
|# 6||Elvin Jones||Merry-Go-Round||Brite Piece||(Blue Note)|
|# 7||Gustav Mahler||Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra||Symphony No. 1 in D Major ("Titan")||(EMI Classics)|
|# 8||Herbie Hancock||Empyrean Isles||One-Finger Snap||(Blue Note)|
|Book||Neale Donald Walsch, "Conversations with God"|
|Luxury Item||Satellite TV, "so that I can watch my drag-racing"|
|Alternate Picks/Not Broadcast|
|Alt 1||Joe Farrell||Outback||N/A||(CTI)|
|Alt 2||Maurice Ravel||N/A||Daphnis et ChloŽ, Suite No. 2||N/A|
|Alt 3||Return to Forever||Romantic Warrior||Romantic Warrior||(Columbia)|
|Alt 4||Igor Stravinsky||N/A||The Rite of Spring||N/A|
Ron E. Beck