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2nd success by progressive jazzers.

This is another great album by kneebody. Check out their first album also. They are taking jazz to new heights by fusing in funk, rock, etc. and not in the Mahavishnu or electric miles fashion but in a fresh way that needs to be recognized.


A Ghetto blasting funky rave with saxes and a rhoads. i dig it

Awesome Ques

I first heard Kneebody at a jazz camp and really enjoyed their music because it is so interesting to listen too. They really take jazz to a new level with their specific ques in the music. They have created a whole language in which they can talk to each other, change the tempo, change the key, and que each other in and out. I love their songs, and I can't wait to see what comes out next.


Formed: 2001 in Santa Monica, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Experimental instrumental ensemble Kneebody make jazz-, funk-, rock-, and electronic-influenced music. Featured in the band are keyboardist Adam Benjamin, trumpeter Shane Endsley, bassist/guitarist Kaveh Rastegar, saxophonist Ben Wendel, and drummer Nate Wood. Although Benjamin, Endsley, Rastegar, and Wendel attended Eastman School of Music together in the '90s, it wasn't until after they graduated and all relocated to Los Angeles that Kneebody were formed. They released their debut self-titled album...
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