It's hard finding the studio material online, so today's track is a live version on one of my album favorites, La Luna. I prefer the live version, less thought out and much more passionate. It features broader horizons and is probably easier to jump around with.
If it makes a difference, the softer-spoken studio version features Steve Gadd. It might not mean anything to some of you, but those of you who know him will know to expect percussive genius on the track. Granted, it's 4 minutes shorter, but that might make the version even more persuasive.
You can hear the fundamentals to the album right here on this track, a relaxed tune played by musicians who express their passion through their instruments. It's fun to watch, great to hear, and if you feel the motivation to dance you'll get the full effect of the group's magic.
|Buy: CD | mp3|
Unless you have Spotify, this one's a tough stream. The only way to get a clear idea of what the group's about is to check the live videos on the website. I'm not sure how much longer they'll be up there, so take advantage of those while you can.