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A Closer Look / Episode 2: Troop of Echoes

I was recently fortunate enough to catch up with Pete Gilli and Dan Moriarty from local band Troop of Echoes (http://www.myspace.com/atroopofechoes).  We were discussing the difficulties in transitioning and/or blending genres as a musician.

Their point of view was interesting in that most Berklee students I know are immersing themselves in the world of jazz improvisation, making the move from a rock and pop background.  Troop of Echoes, however, is a band of musicians whose skills are based in jazz.  They’ve moved to a rock/fusion genre, demanding that the members alter their playing styles accordingly.  Here they discuss the move to their heavier style, and the techniques applied:

Johnny

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  1. Dan

    mmmmm jazzzzzzzz

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