Atash–Everything is Music
New release from Austin’s world music all-stars. This recording features my drum set, tabla, dumbek, kanjira and a touch of electric rhythm guitar on track 4. It also features world percussion master Abbos Kosimov, jazz-guitar wizard Fareed Haque, tabla maestro Subrata Bhattacharya, mesmerizing gypsy guitarist and singer Christian Fernandez, and local Indian vocal sensation Naga Valli.
Darin Layne/Jason McKenzie – “Left of Sunday Afternoon”
Smooth blend of acoustic guitar and tabla featuring several other acoustic instruments weaving a tapestry of instrumental Americana and Indian sounds.
Atash – “Republic of Love”
Atash’s debut studio album with artwork by the dearly missed Andrea Burden
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Jef Stott – “Arcana”
My tabla playing is featured on three tracks by this innovative, world electronic artist from San Francisco.
Jeff Lofton Electric Thang – “Chasing the Voodoo Down”
Playing jazz drum set with one of Austin’s finest trumpeters in a loving tribute to Miles Davis’ electric period recorded live at the Cactus Cafe.
Ruby Jane – Celebrity (Empire of Emptiness)
Austin’s renowned female fiddle prodigy who has come into her own as a singer/songwriter. I play hand percussion on the first track.
Darin Layne–“The Fisherman” – CD
Atash–“Global Harmony” (live)
Alexi Murdoch–“Time Without Consequence” – CD
Matt Nathanson — “Some Mad Hope” – CD
See Liner Notes
Back to the Garden–Tribute to Joni Mitchell
Jacob Jiles — “Goodbye Songs” – CD
Strings Attached – CD
Woodwork — “Viewfinder” – CD