by Dave Weckl


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Although still best known for his association with Chick Corea, drummer Dave Weckl has led an underrated group of his own for quite a few years. His core band, a quartet with keyboardist Steve Weingart, electric bassist Tom Kennedy, and saxophonist Gary Meek, is a little reminiscent of the Yellowjackets in its use of catchy melodies and appealing grooves and its ability to perform post-bop jazz with the sensibility of rock. Weckl does not dominate the music and gives Meek and Weingart plenty of solo space. His band deserves to be heard, and Multiplicity is an excellent example of the quartet at its best.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/12/2005
Label: Stretch Records
UPC: 0013431904427
catalogNumber: 9044
Rank: 33553

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dave Weckl   Primary Artist,Percussion,Drums,Timbales
Paul Pesco   Guitar
Gary Meek   Bass Clarinet,Alto Flute,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Ric Fierabracci   Bass
Richie Gajate Garcia   Percussion,Conga,Cajon,Shakere
Tom Kennedy   Bass
Steve Weingart   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Gary Meek   Composer
Ric Fierabracci   Composer
Dave Weckl   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Abbey Anna   Art Direction
Steve Weingart   Composer
Ninoska Weckl   Cover Photo

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Multiplicity 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
EthanWilkerson More than 1 year ago
I've always known Dave was an exceptional talent since when he was playing with Chick Corea, but his cats are equally as talented;.5 stars all around for everyone involved with this project.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dave Weckl and his group put forth yet another incredible mix of funk, latin, jazzy fusionesque tunes, and the result is one of his best to date! Top notch players all around, and great songwriting make this a must have album. Not to mention one of the best production/ mixes you will hear today. Thanks Dave!