Dec. 16, 2017 - São Paulo, Brazil [FLAC]

Cine Joia
São Paolo, Brazil
December 16, 2017

1. Beep Box
2. Tarova
3. Thing of Gold
4. Palermo
5. What About Me?
6. Young Stuff
7. Tio Macaco
8. Shofukan

9. Ready Wednesday

10. Lingus

Chris Bullock - tenor sax and flute
Mike “Maz” Maher - trumpet, flugelhorn, and vocals
Justin Stanton - trumpet and keyboards
Bill Laurance - keyboards
Shaun Martin - keyboards and vocals
Bob Lanzetti - guitar
Michael League - bass and vocals
Jason “JT” Thomas - drums
Marcelo Woloski - percussion

Special Guests:
*Bernardo Aguiar - pandeiro
*Gabriel Policarpo - repique
*Brian Potts - pandeiro
*Bóka Reis - timbal
*Guilherme Oliveira - percussion
*Gustavo Oliveira - percussion
**Gabriel Grossi - chromatic harmonica
**Carlos Malta - soprano sax

Sound Crew:
Mike Harrison - sound (front of house)
Matt Recchia - sound (monitors)
Nic Hard - mixing
Ken Helmlinger - assistant engineer
Brendan Keenan - assistant engineer

Saturday night in an old Japanese theatre-turned-venue. A trippy, funky place with an incredible crowd. The night eases in with Beep Box. Maz takes one over the outro. Tarova is funky. Bullock takes the solo. The crowd sings along with Thing of Gold as Shaun takes the lead on Moog and Maz blows over the bridge. Palermo gets a solo from Bob. Justin owns What About Me? on keyboard and JT takes one of the best solos I’ve ever heard on the outro. Young Stuff gets a Rhodes solo from Bill and a short-ish clean bass solo. Brazilian ensemble PRD Mais and woodwind legend Carlos Malta are invited up for Tio Macaco and they completely take it over. The energy is electric. Maybe my favorite moment of the tour thus far. Shofukan gets a beautiful solo from Justin on trumpet. Bill eases into the first encore of Ready Wednesday and Brazilian guest Gabriel Grossi takes a solo on harmonica. The band comes out one last time for Lingus. Shaun Martin absolutely wrecks it on Moog and talkbox. Serious vibe throughout the whole show. Rowdy and fun.

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