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Although this release looks like a single CD from the outside, only listing the first dozen songs, What We Do is actually a double-CD. The power rock trio of guitarist Scott McGill, electric bassist Michael Manring, and drummer Vic Stevens fill the first disc with their interpretations of a dozen jazz classics. However they often tear apart the pieces, playing high-powered rock and treating the songs as heavy metal or fusion jams. Sometimes they are respectful to the melodies, and at other times not. Their musicianship is impressive and they generally keeps the results interesting. The second disc contains group originals, and McGill Manring Stevens play in a similar style as on the first disc, but without the strong themes. This intriguing two-fer is more highly recommended to fans of rock and heavy metal guitarists than to jazz listeners.

Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

Combining the bizarre, funk-influenced sensibilities of bassist Michael Manring, guitarist Scott McGill, and drummer Vic Stevens, this trio offers a clever mix of rock, jazz, and lounge to produce a psychedelic wonderland of strange music. The group first came together when they found themselves working on many of the same festivals and recording sessions, and eventually found working with one another quite enjoyable. Their debut record, Addition by Subtraction, introduced their unique blend to...
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