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"Leave 'Em On" by Gary Husband

From the album

Dirty & Beautiful Volume 1
Record Label: Abstract Logix
By Gary Husband
Released: 2010

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About the Album

Opening track to drummer/keyboardist Gary Husband's Dirty & Beautiful Volume 1, to be released on November 16, 2010 on Abstract Logix Records. A star-studded fusion-fest with guests including guitarists John McLaughlin, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Hackett, Robin Trower and Steve Topping, violinist Jerry Goodman, keyboardist Jan Hammer, and bassists Jimmy Johnson, Laurence Cottle,and Level 42's Mark King, its powerful playing is matched only by the writing, with contributions from Husband, Topping, Holdsworth, Hammer, King...and trumpet legend Miles Davis, whose brief "Yesternow" is a sneak peak into the extended version to come in 2011 on Volume 2.

Track Listing

Leave 'Em On; Bedford Falls; Between the Sheets of Music; Yesternow (Preview); Afterglow; Dreams in Blue; Ternerg Jam; Moon Song; Swell; The Maverick; Boulevard Baloneyo; Alverstone Jam; Boulevard Baloneyo (Alternate Take, Japanese Edition Only Bonus Track).

Personnel

Gary Husband: drums (1-3, 6, 7, 10-13), organ (1), synthesizer (1), keyboards (5-9, 12); Allan Holdsworth: guitar (1, 3, 11, 13); Jan Hammer: keyboards (1); Jimmy Johnson: bass (1, 3, 6, 7, 11, 13); Laurence Cottle: bass (2, 8); Jerry Goodman: violin (3); Robin Trower: guitar (4); Livingstone Brown: bass (4); John McLaughlin: guitar (6); Steve Hackett: guitar (8); Steve Topping: guitar (10); Steve Price: bass (10); Mark King: bass (12).

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Date featured

November 10, 2010

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