Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
Live Is My Jumby is a live album by Boston trio The Slip. It was recorded in 2001 at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, Maine and The Wetlands in New York City, and was released in 2002 on the band's own KA record label.
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Live Is My Jumby is a live album by Boston trio The Slip.
Live Is My Jumby is the first record by The Slip to capture their dynamic improvisation in mid-flight. During more than hour an of instrumental music spread over five songs, the New England based trio engages in rhythmic and melodic tag teams that vary wildly from the songs' heads and spin far away from their starting points. Though the band - and drummer Andrew Barr in specific - is more than capable of extending a jam through simple use of groove, and occasionally do, they are more apt to follow polyrhythms into the ether
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The Slip supported the album by touring throughout the United States and Canada, including a run of dates opening for the indie rock band My Morning Jacket in November and December 2006. On February 5, 2007, the Slip made their national television debut on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, playing "Children of December". Live Is My Jumby – 2002. Angels Come on Time – 2002. Aliveacoustic – 2003.
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The Slip, a Boston-based trio, have qualities of the aforementioned bands, but are in a class all their own. On their third album, the self-produced Angels Come on Time, the Slip deliver a tight structure around sophisticated jam rhythms. Their musicianship is consistently clean - guitarist/vocalist Brad Barr is an impeccable player, especially on the woozy cool "Sorry. Brother Andrew Barr (percussion) and Marc Friedman (bass) are equally impressive as they take an improvisational approach to mixing jazz, blues, and worldbeat
Rock / Funk
Jazz / Blues
Rock / Pop