Live At Tonic (Marco Benevento Album)

Live At Tonic (Marco Benevento Album)

Live At Tonic is an album by keyboardist Marco Benevento.

Benevento invited his old friend Andy Hurwitz (Ropeadope label boss) along to document the proceedings. Alternating between group and solo performance, Benevento played two sets a night and was joined by a different cast of musical co-conspirators for each show. The highlights were edited down, mixed and matched and presented here on three discs of wide-eyed, daringly fierce and cosmically joyous music entitled Marco Benevento--Live At Tonic.

Liner notes state, "recorded live at Tonic, 107 Norfolk Street, New York, NY (R.I.P.)"

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Live At Tonic (Marco Benevento Album) - Musician Credits
... Solo (November 15, 2006) disc 1 tracks 4,7 disc 2 track 3 disc 3 tracks 1,7 Duo with Mike Gordon (November 1, 2006) disc 1 track 9 disc 2 track 8 disc 3 track 9 Trio with Reed Mathis and Matt Chamberlain (November 29, 2006) disc 1 tracks 1,2,3,5 disc 2 2,4,5,6 Drum Night with Bobby Previte, Joe Russo and Mike Dillon (November 22, 2006) disc 1 track 6 disc 3 tracks 2,3,5,8 Quartet with Dave Dreiwitz, Steven Bernstein and Claude Coleman (November 8, 2006) disc 1 track 8 disc 2 tracks 1,7 disc 3 tracks 4,6 with Scott Metzger disc 1 track 7 disc 3 track 7. ...

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