Label: Concord Records - CCD-2302-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop, Jazz, Latin, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul-Jazz, Breaks, Jazz-Funk
Although they originated as a trio, the band has worked extensively with different horn sections, which have included Sam Kininger saxophone  from toRashawn Ross trumpetand Ryan Zoidis saxophone from to After a brief foray into rap with Edreys aka Billy Drease Williams under the name The Elements, the brothers looked to form a traditional jazz organ trio.
On March 2,Alan and Neal invited guitarist Eric Krasno a friend they knew from high school days to record some tracks with them in their home studio in Woodstock, New York. That jam session became their first album, Get Down! In the next three years, Soulive embarked on five national tours. The band also continued to play at various festivals, including the Monterey Jazz Festival and Bonnaroo. Overseas, Soulive played shows in Japan and all over Europe. In the fall ofSoulive signed a record deal with Blue Note Records.
The following spring, Soulive released its first Blue Note album, Doin' SomethingWhat Can You Do - Soulive - Break Out featured horn arrangements by Fred Wesleythe trombonist from James Brown 's band. During this time, the band also recorded with singer-songwriter Goapele Mohlabane. The album was released on Stax Recordswhich had been absorbed into Concord. In a post to the Soulive messageboard,  Alan Evans explained: "we just want to have fun.
We just want to go out and rage, no setlists, no huge venues, no tour buses. Just have fun. This is not to say we didn't have fun with tours, we did but we realized that in looking at our past We have had the most success and most fun The Bilbao Song - Andy Williams - Canadian Sunset it was just the trio.
InSoulive performed at the Newport Jazz Festival. Soulive released a new album, " Up Here ", on April 14, The album marked somewhat of a return to form for the group, as many of the songs are solely instrumentals. Nigel Hall also guests on the track "Too Much". In the band released an album of Beatles covers entitled Rubber Soulive.
When it came time to make a record we decided to follow through What Can You Do - Soulive - Break Out the Beatles concept. Starting inSoulive has held an annual two-week, ten-night residency at the Brooklyn Bowl. Rarely has Soulive played as a trio during these shows—a horn section called "The Shady Horns," has almost always joined them on stage.
The players have changed slightly over the years, but the section usually includes Ryan Zoidis on tenor and baritone saxophones and Sam Kininger on alto saxophone. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies too much on references to primary sources.
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