SEEKINGVocalist, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard.
Looking for a person who can double on guitar and keyboard, and another who can double on bass and keyboard to form a prog rock power trio. At least one must be able to sing. This is to resurrect the old Interphase music, for a legacy band, and write/record new prog-rock/fusion material. Age, nationality, race, religion, sex don't matter. Attitude and ability do.
Currently I do recordings about every 18 months for a 1940's style big band, corroborating online with other musicians worldwide for recordings, and doing drum clinics for schools and music stores. I play keyboards for composing, and have a talent for arrangements and lyrics. Have played on full trap set since 4 years old. Have played classic rock, 50s, Big Band Jazz, Fusion, Blues, jazz quartet, progressive. interphaseband (dot) /c/o/m/
Life long non-smoker, non-drugs, organic, and healthy
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- May 10 2016
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
The Ventures, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Rush, Kansas, Buddy Rich, Joe Morello, Gene Krupa, Louis Belson, Max Roach, Ed Shaugnessy, Sandy Nelson, Deep Purple, Santana, Miami Sound Machine, Ricky Martin, Basia, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Interphase, Jeff Beck, Dave Grusin, Four Play, Spiro Gyra, The Ripingtons, Fat Burger, Phil Collins, Genesis, Yes, Led Zeplin, Huey Lewis and the News, Chuck Mangione, Al Hurt, Coldplay, Dave Brubeck, Simon and Garfunkle, Prince........
- Other Percussion:
9-piece Roland V-drums, 12-piece Tama Art star 12-piece Ludwig. 32 channel mixer, Lexicon MX-200 Sound processor. 6 Microphones. Mini Moog, Roland DS-05, Roland SE-02 Synthesizers. Tascam 32 track digital recording system.
Hot times / Mysteries of the Unexplained / Excerpts from Spastic Silhouette
Hot times / Mysteries of the Unexplained / Excerpts from Spastic Silhouette Track number: 1 Year: 1990 Album: Interphase Stages Genre: Progressive
I was the drummer for Interphase in the 1980s and 90s. This was from the live album "Stages" from our 1989 world tour. It was recorded live at the Melkweg Arena in Amsterdam. "Hot Times" is from the 4th Interphase album - "Masters of the Obvious", Mysteries of the Unexplained is the title track to the 3rd Album by Interphase, Spastic Silhouette is an instrumental from the 2nd Interphase album - "Worlds Collide".
Manifest Destiny Track number: 9 Year: 1990 Album: Interphase Stages Genre: Progressive
From the live album Interphase Stages, recorded live at the Melkweg Arena in Amsterdam, 1989.Manifest Destiny is also the title track to the first album that Interphase recorded.
Tell me Why
Tell me Why Track number: 2 Year: 1982 Album: Manifest Destiny Genre: Progressive
Tell me Why from the first album "Manifest Destiny" was a commercial success in Europe and Asia, charting in both places. As iTunes has picked up the Interphase albums, starting recently with "Manifest Destiny", we have found this starting to climb the "online charts" in several places around the world. This track also appears as track 11 on the live album "Stages".
The Heart of Cain
The Heart of Cain Track number: 12 Year: 1990 Album: Interphase Stages Genre: Progressive
The Heart of Cain is from the fourth album by Interphase - "Masters of the Obvious", originally recorded in 1988. This track is the finale of the live show recorded at the Melkweg Arena in Amsterdam during the Interphase world tour of 1989.