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Track Listing
1. The Wind Up
2. The Long Way Home
3. Green Foam
4. Cavaliero
5. Africa
6. Duke’s Anthem
7. Way Back Home
8. Bye Bye Blackbird
9. Sly Boots
10. Desu
11. Oh, Yeah!
12. Them Changes

1. Green Foam (8:40)
2. Cavaliero (8:49)
3. Africa (10:31)
4. Way Back Home (9:28)
5. Bye Bye Blackbird (6:31)
6. Desu (7:40)
7. Oh, Yeah! (9:14)
8. Them Changes (6:53)
Steve Gadd
Way Back Home - Live Rochester NY (CD & 2DVD)
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• The Steve Gadd Band led by the iconic drummer celebrated his 70th birthday in his hometown of Rochester, NY during the 2015 Rochester International Jazz Festival. The concert held at Eastman Theatre, Gadd’s alma mater, sold out in a matter of days as the city of Rochester paid tribute to their prodigal son.

• ‘Way Back Home: Live From Rochester, NY’ is a CD/2DVD release that captures this very special concert, as well as exclusive interviews with Gadd and of family and friends including musical luminaries such as Chuck Mangione and Tony Levin. The CD includes songs from Steve Gadd Band’s previous two albums “Gadditude” and “70 Strong” as well as other great tunes. The Band is: Steve Gadd, Michael Landau, Walt Fowler, Larry Goldings and Jimmy Johnson.
Reviews For Way Back Home - Live Rochester NY (CD & 2DVD)
Jazzwise - Andy Robson
LIVE REVIEW: the band are so familiar with the music, they're playing with a verve that belies their many shared decades in the business! & What's satisfying about this band isn't the flash and strut they could easily resort to. Instead there's a restraint, a relxaed relish for the groove.
The Jazz Rag - Ron Simpson
Gadd has surrounded himself with seasoned musicians who can turn their hands to most things and the result is full of mature assurance, always accessible but never predictable. Gadd is all dynamic control and military precise.
R2 - Trevor Hodgett
Gadd is on of the most admired drummers in history. His playing is characteristically, never flashy, generally unobtrusive and always perfect for the song. ****
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