Watch Herbie Hancock Meet Up With Trey Anastasio For A Memorable Jam Session In The Barn

first_imgThe Barn was a magical place. Trey Anastasio‘s custom studio in Vermont was used for many a Phish recordings in the late 90s and early 2000s, with the Trey Anastasio Band also taking up residency there to record their early albums. Other artists have also taken advantage of the serene settings that The Barn provides, with Béla Fleck, Toots & the Maytals, Umphrey’s McGee, John Medeski, Patty LaBelle, The Slip, and more all making the trek to the Green Mountains to record some tracks. With that in mind, The Barn has taken on a somewhat mythical vibe, as musicians know that it’s a place where they can get incredible musical results.Back in 2004, jazz icon Herbie Hancock did just that, as he journeyed to The Barn to record a song for his at-the-time forthcoming album. He brought along some true heavy hitters to add to the recording, as veteran jazz bassist John Pattituci, funky drummer Steve Jordan, and world-renowned percussionist (and original TAB member) Cyro Baptista joined Anastasio and trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick for an unforgettable jam session. Hancock and Anastasio are two of the most impressive improvisers on the planet, so this session would be one for the ages.Thankfully, there was a camera crew on hand at The Barn to capture this unique and impressive moment. The video showcases the process that went into the arrangement and recording process, with Anastasio and Hancock having several in-depth conversations about the style they were going for, using Hancock’s eclectic experience in the jazz world as a launching pad for several musical ideas. It’s an awesome video to watch, with so many musical masters creating a beautiful piece of music. Check out the video below, and also check out the final product, “Gelo Na Montanha” from Hancock’s 2005 album Possibilities.Watch Herbie Hancock and Trey Anastasio record “Gelo Na Montanha”, courtesy of YouTube user Joe RiouxListen to “Gelo Na Montnanha” by Herbie Hancock, featuring Trey Anastasio, John Pattituci, Steve Jordan, Cyro Baptista, and Jennifer Hartswick below, courtesy of YouTube user mandobanjoguitar.last_img read more

USC Baseball falls to UC Irvine to wrap up two-game series

first_imgKatie Chin | Daily TrojanHot corner · Junior third baseman Adalberto Carrillo and his teammates endured a tough night on the diamond on Tuesday as USC fell in a blowout.After dropping three straight series to Arizona, Stanford and Cal State Fullerton, the Trojans faced off against UC Irvine in two games as they battled to stay above .500. In the first contest at UC Irvine’s Irvine Bowl Park, the Trojans outlasted the Anteaters, winning 9-7 in a nailbiter. Sophomore second baseman Brandon Perez was instrumental in the win, going 3-for-4 with three RBIs and three runs scored. For the rematch, the Trojans returned to Dedeaux Field looking to repeat the dominant hitting performance from the previous day. In just his second start of the year, sophomore right-hander Solomon Bates got off to a rough start. He gave up three hits including a home run by Anteater designated hitter Keston Hiura. However, Bates recovered nicely, and USC exited with a two-run deficit that could have been a lot worse. “Solomon did really well,” Perez said. “He kept us in the ballgame for a while.” The Trojan batting order immediately responded to their early disadvantage with runs in both the first and second innings to tie the game. When USC loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the second, Anteaters pitcher Jordan Bocko had to go up against prolific sophomore hitter Lars Nootbaar. However instead of launching one of his signature bombs as he tends to do with runners in scoring position, Nootbaar settled for a walk that resulted in his 25th RBI of the year. In the top of the fourth inning, UC Irvine changed pitchers and lost their catcher, Matt Reitano, after he was apparently struck with a ball that bounced off the dirt. USC freshman designated hitter Blake Sabol worked his way to third base after hitting a single and advancing on a groundout and a wild pitch, but he was left stranded when sophomore Brandon Perez lined out to end the inning. It looked as though Perez had a clear line drive hit, but UC Irvine second baseman Cole Kreuter came out of nowhere, leaping into the air and snagging the ball.The Anteaters broke the 2-2 tie in the next frame, as Bates gave up a double, followed by an RBI single. The road team inflicted further damage when Kreuter homered deep to left field. Suddenly, a tightly contested game turned into a 5-2 lead for the Anteaters and Bates was replaced by junior Mason Perryman. “I thought if we could hold it than I thought [there’d be a chance to come back],” head coach Dan Hubbs said. “We did it yesterday. They got ahead of us and then we responded, obviously against different pitchers than we saw today.”Perryman fared worse than Bates. After giving up a walk, hitting a batter and allowing a bunt-single, Perryman hit another UC Irvine player, which gave the Anteaters a 6-2 advantage.The inning only got worse for the Trojans from that point. Perryman then walked two straight batters for RBIs before the Anteaters recorded their fourth run of the inning on a sacrifice fly.Hitting a batter for the third time and loading the bases again, Perryman’s outing ended when senior outfielder Corey Dempster failed to catch a difficult ball deep in right field. UC Irvine scored two more runs on the play before one of their runners was tagged out at home, mercifully ending a frame filled with both insult and injury. USC’s defense had plenty of opportunities to bail out their embattled pitcher with two outs, but they failed to catch three fly balls in a row. “[Perryman] has made some big pitches for us this year already,” Perez said. “We know he is way better than he was tonight. Everybody has an off day.”USC tried to mount a comeback over the next three innings, but the large deficit as a result of the devastating sixth was too difficult to overcome. With freshman reliever Michael Gates in the game, the Trojans allowed two more runs in the seventh inning extending UC Irvine’s lead to 13-2.Ultimately, UC Irvine won 14-3 after USC plated a run in the eighth and the Anteaters scored again in the ninth.  The team will have a couple days of rest before heading to Berkeley for a series against Cal. “We just need to play better,” Hubbs said. “Obviously we pitched poorly, played defense poorly and once the game got separated, it was ugly. We’re just going to scrap it and move on to the next one.”last_img read more

Wellington baseball team splits with Andale, still in hunt for AV-CTL DIV title

first_imgAndale/Garden Plain0010100224 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +1 Vote up Vote down mom to JV player · 278 weeks ago How come there aren’t any reports about JV or C-team? Not griping, just asking… Thank you! Report Reply 0 replies · active 278 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Game #2 Wellington 7 Andale 51 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H EWellington 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 7 12 0Andale-GP 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 5 9 4Follow us on Twitter. Wellington0100000142center_img Game #1 Andale 2 Wellington 1 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington boys baseball team kept its Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV title hopes alive with a double-header split at Andale Monday evening.Wellington would lose game one to the Indians 2-1, but would return to win the nightcap 7-5. The win puts the Dukes at 5-1 in the AV-CTL DIV with Circle and Clearwater left on the schedule. Andale, which combines its baseball program with Garden Plain, is currently at 5-1 in league play with Mulvane and Collegiate left to play.“We control our own destiny,” said Jesse Dale, Wellington head baseball coach. “If we win out we can at minimum be co-league champs.”Wellington played what was a very competitive couple of games. But it was the final inning of the second game that had Crusader fans on edge.The Crusaders were leading by a healthy 7-2 advantage thanks to an impressive first start by freshman hurler Cade Phelps. But in the bottom half of the seventh, Andale made its move with a couple of singles and a double steal by Harrison Denk to pull within three, 7-4.But after Chance Shogren hit a double with two outs, scoring another Andale runner, he decided to make it a triple. Wellington outfielder Zachary Frederick threw it to third where Trevor Nance would tag him out and preserve the win.The second game is the first time the varsity Crusader boy seniors have beaten Andale in football, basketball, or baseball. With the split, Wellington is now 7-3 overall and will have Thursday off before traveling to Buhler next Monday.In game two, Wellington had 12 hits, and took advantage of four Andale errors.Wellington would open a 1-0 lead when Cameron Bartelson singled and scored in the top of the second. A Therin Frame RBI single in the third gave the Dukes a 2-0 lead. After an Andale run in the bottom of the third, Wellington would score three in the top of the fourth thanks to RBIs by Cade Phelps and Austin Dunn.The Crusaders would had runs in both the top of the sixth and seventh inning to take a 7-2 lead into the final half of the seventh.Cade Phelps was the winning pitcher in his first varsity start. In six innings he had six hits, two walks and seven strikeouts for a 2.33 ERA. He was not originally supposed to start. Adam Condit injured his knee in PSQ training earlier in the day and had to sit out.Phelps was relieved by Chevy Nuss and Therin Frame in the seventh.“I was glad to get the split but would have preferred the sweep,” Dale said. “But I always tell my team the key is to sweep at home and split on the road.”In the first game, Wellington lost 2-1 despite holding the Indians to just two hits. Again Andale, was sloppy with the ball defensively, committing four errors.“I told the boys going in that if we played as badly defensively as we did in our last outing, we were going to get smoked,” Dale said.Although, Wellington did commit two errors in game one leading to the winning run, it was much better than the combined 13 errors made in a Rose Hill double-header last week.Nance was the starting pitcher. He had two hits, one walk and eight strikeouts in six innings pitched.Wellington unfortunately couldn’t push players across home plate. The Crusaders lone score was in the top of the second, when Jared Shields scored on a Connor Phelps fielder’s choice.Andale would break the 1-all tie with two Wellington errors in the bottom of the fifth when Denk hit an RBI double.last_img read more

Ongoing Family Feud in Delray Beach Leads to Flying Fists, Arrests

first_imgAuthorities say a family feud in Delray Beach erupted into fists flying and eventually, a stop at the Palm Beach County Jail.Four sisters, identified as 29-year-old Karrissa Murray, 28-year-old Katrina Murray, 28; 32-year-old Kayla Murray, and 31-year-old Krishaundra Murray, are charged with misdemeanor battery.They were booked into jail on Monday morning and left later that day on their own recognizance, records show.According to a Delray Beach police report, the women’s cousin, 30-year-old Amber Jackson, was visiting her mother on June 7.Jackson was in the home’s driveway when the four sisters appeared.The report states Jackson told police that Karrissa spat in her face and then began fighting her.She went on to say that Krishaundra joined in and had a bottle which she never swung, although she did pull off Jackson’s wig.The other two sisters allegedly also joined in, by punching Jackson in the face.Paramedics treated her but did not transport her to a hospital, says the report.It adds that Jackson, a hair stylist who lives in Lake Worth Beach, explained to officers that she and the sisters “have had history in the past where they have not gotten along.”Courtesy: Palm Beach County Sheriff’s OfficeMeanwhile, Karrissa Murray told The Palm Beach Post this week that she and her sisters are planning to hire a lawyer and press charges against their cousin.“She was coming at me with a bottle and my sisters stopped her and she started fighting my sister,” Karrissa said. “Everything she said in the police report was a lie.”Records show that each of the four sisters has several entries in the Palm Beach County Circuit Court docket, on charges that range from traffic violations and evictions to domestic violence orders and child support issues.Katrina and Krishaundra have no felony arrests.Two years ago, Karrissa was sentenced to one day behind bars for a misdemeanor charge of public assistance fraud under $200 that had been reduced from a felony.In 2013, Kayla was sentenced to several months in jail for repeatedly driving with a suspended or revoked license. She was also charged with criminal use of ID and defrauding a health provider that same year. The charges were later dropped, court records show.Jackson also has a record. She was charged with felony-aggravated battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and child abuse seven years ago.The first charge was reduced to a misdemeanor, and Jackson elected pre-trial intervention. The last two charges against her were dropped.last_img read more