My band, A Viberatto, has just released “B”. We are playing a release show tonight at BSP in Kingston NY.
Hope to see you there.
12 new compositions by A Viberatto performed on vibraphone, glockenspiel, woodrow, cello, bass, piano, synthesizer, guitar, electric piano, hammond organ, steel drum and percussion.
We’ve been recording and mixing an awesome CD by Chris Cernak. Musicians include Chris on vocals and guitar, Ross Rice on keyboards, guitar and bass, Tim Allen on djemb, Erica Quitzow on violin and Kelsey Rieber adding additional vocals.
We have recieved a fantastic review of the A Viberatto cd called A, in the Kingston NY Daily Freeman, written by musician and producer David Malachowski. You may read the entire review at the A Viberatto website – press page.
What we love: “No one can accuse Goodman of copying, borrowing or being derivative here, he is pioneering his own territory here, and is the undisputed king of this yet unnamed genre” AND “Now and Rooster could be out-takes from the Beach Boy’s Pet Sounds”
That’s pretty good……Right?
went to see tony levin’s band, the stickmen, on Sunday night at the Bearsville Theater. aMazing – three virtuosos. 2 chapman stick players and the drummer. my wife, kate, had never seen the chapman bass played before and was blown away. she said ‘i don’t know why every musician wouldn’t want to know how to play that instrument’. i mentioned the difficulty. anyway, check them out if you get a chance. it’s hard hitting, beautiful and interesting.
Stick Men with Tony Levin, Michael Bernier, and Pat Mastelotto
Leopard Recording Studio has started a blog! This will be the place for us to ramble on about things that are going on both in and out of our studio. The thing with blogs, they are only good if you actually do blog. Hopefully we can have enough to say here to keep it going…..