Following his 2008 live performance in San Francisco with Edo Castro Woodhouse and inspired by the works of Tracy Silverman and Roy "Futureman" Wooten, E. Doctor Smith always wanted to record an album
with an electric violinist. He happily turned to his Echelon bandmate, the fabulous Michele Walther. Both her soloing and looping abilities seemed a perfect fit for this project with Edo. This project features E. Doctor Smith's unique blend of jazz fusion, improvisation, and looping.
released January 28, 2020
E. Doctor Smith: Zendrum EXP, Boss RC-300, Alesis DM Dock, Behringer FCB1010, ZDS Shifter, iPad, loops and samples
Edo Castro Woodhouse: 7 string Stinger, Modern Bee basses, 7 string Ananconda Ultra Jazz bass, 9 string Jerzy Drozd Sequel MIDI bass, Boss RC-300, MXR effects pedals, Strymon Big Sky and Time Machine, Roland FV-50 volume pedal, Boss Giga Delay DD20, Boss Harmonist, Ebow
Michele Walther: NS Design NXT-4 electric violin, Digitech Whammy DT, Boss RC-300, Electro-Harmonix ring thing, Electro-Harmonix octave pedal (micro POG) Boss AW-3 dynamic wah, Boss DD-3 digital delay
Edgetone Records is place for new music crossing the genre boundaries. Founded by musician/producer, Rent Romus, the label
took shape in 1991. After being on a long hiatus Rent re-opened Edgetone in January 2000 and expanded it to support D.I.Y. (do it yourself) artists looking for a ground base and community label identity....more