|Top: Doug Wilde, Rich Greenspoon, Bob Cohen
Below: David Woodhead, Colleen Allen
Plenty of new territory is covered here -
with compositions ranging from rambunctious romps
to contemplative minimalism, with a long list of
||New "Tunnels and
Listen and Purchase
at CDbaby.com here
with many thanks for the support of the Ontario Arts Council!
This is an impressive and ambitious project - I'm playing the CD and talking up the gig.
- Jaymz Bee, JAZZ-FM
Clever usage of brass/reed sections, strings and rich solos make the Baker’s Dozen of pieces rich in variety and delivery…All the while Woodhead’s bass does some nice dolphin dances, creating misty droplets…
- George W. Harris, The Jazz Weekly
…elements of folk and classical, funk and fusion and
another dozen guest soloists are woven into its soaring pastoral
The leader's rubberized fretless bass packs a recurring shot of
this dreamy, exotic journey.
….impeccable playing throughout, which is the main reason to pay attention to anything Woodhead lays his hands on.
- The Waterloo Record
A fabulous band playing challenging and engaging compositions.
- Howard Gladstone, artistic director, Winterfolk festival
Why be satisfied with a 24 pack of Crayolas when you can get the 64 pack with a sharpener? Tunnels and Visions is an imaginative palette of musical colour.
- Shelley Gummeson, Jazz On The Rocks, CFBX Kamloops
1: engage in conversation: talk.
2: fabricate imaginary experiences as compensation
for loss of memory...
It’s all about interplay - musical conversations and
fabrications from an imaginary coffeehouse late one
night in a distant past, or an imminent future...
To order, just send $20 Cdn to David Woodhead at:
133 Albany Ave, Toronto, ON, M5R 3C5, Canada
Cheque or money order, postage included, no boxtops necessary...
Purchase at CDbaby.com here
Confabulators have included:
Confabulations have occurred at:
The Vancouver Folk Festival
The Vancouver Island Music Festival, Comox, BC
Hugh's Room, Toronto
Rasputin's concert series, Ottawa, ON
Hillside Festival, Guelph
The Tranzac Club, Toronto
The Folk Music Ontario Conference, Ottawa, ON
The Vital Spark Folk Club, Brooklin, ON
The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto
The Dominion on Queen, Toronto
The London Music Club, London, ON
Summerfolk Festival, Owen Sound
Blues Skies Festival, Clarendon, ON
Eaglewood Folk Festival
Shelter Valley Folk Festival, Grafton, ON
Sunfest World Music Festival, London, ON
Canterbury Folk Festival, Ingersoll, ON
Haliburton Forest Festival, Haliburton, ON
Home County Folk Festival, London, ON
C'est What, Toronto
The Crooked Stovepipe, Villa Nova, ON
The Wee Folk Club, Toronto
Silence, Guelph, ON
Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Kingston, ON
The Moonshine Cafe, Burlington, ON
The Pearl Company Theatre, Hamilton, ON
Distillery District Music City Summer Series, Toronto
The Jazz Room, Waterloo, ON
Livewire series, Octave Theatre, Kingston, ON