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Whose Feet are These That are Walking

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Bob Lanzetti

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Views: 2,206

Track Listing

B, Happy Stranger, Frances, Ivory, Caroline No, Anomynous, Jenny is a Donkey.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Bob Lanzetti: Guitar, acoustic guitar, baritone guitar, hammertone guitar, piano; Jordan Perlson: drums/percussion; Philip Sterk: Pedal steel guitar; Matt Aronoff: bass. Additional musicians. Michael League: bass; Cory Henry: organ; Frank LoCrasto: Prophet 5 Synthesizer; Justin Stanton: Prophet 6 Synthesizer; Nate Werth, James Shipp, and Marcelo Woloski: Percussion; Liam Robinson: Accordion; Mike Maher and Jay White: vocals.

Album Description

Whose Feet are These That are Walking is Bob Lanzetti's debut record as a leader and sole songwriter. Whose Feet are These That are Walking consists of six original compositions written over an 8-year period, as well as a cover of the Beach Boys’ single ‘Caroline No.’ This instrumental record organically melds together a variety of genres including Americana, Jazz, Avant-garde, Rock, Afro-beat, and Country. The compositions are melodic and “tuneful,” with the guitar acting, at times, more as a lead vocalist than a lead guitarist. Whose Feet are These That are Walking features Bob Lanzetti on electric, acoustic, baritone, and hammertone guitars and piano, Philip Sterk on pedal steel guitar, Matt Aronoff on bass, and Jordan Perlson on drums. Additionally, several tracks include different guest musicians including members of Snarky Puppy (Cory Henry and Michael League). Having played together in a variety of settings for over 10 years, the band is able to move as one, effortlessly changing styles as well as weaving between composition and improvisation. Whose Feet are These That are Walking is set to be released September 29th with a US tour to follow.


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