Thanks Flower Rock for the beautiful photos from an incredible performance. 

"Badal Roy (tablas) and Michael Henderson (bass), players on Miles Davis' controversial 1972 jazz-funk classic "On The Corner", partner with visionary guitarist Kenny Wessel (Ornette Coleman) and this amazing ensemble stepping off where "On The Corner" left off. Joining Roy, Henderson, and Wessel is Mike Clark (drums), Steven Gorn (woodwinds), Ingrid Jensed(trumpet), Daniel Moreno (percussion), Rudresh Mahanthappa (saxophone), and Adam Klipple(keyboards)."








daniel-moreno-percussion--large-msg-124804056676 shot Daniel Moreno visiting Salif Keta at the Apollo Theater. Great show, old friends, wonderful vibes... 

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Salif Keta     

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Daniel Moreno and Hervé Samb celebrating "friendship" in Senegal. from Jean de Boysson aka VJ Naj on Vimeo.

If you missed this show, here is a glimpse of what you cannot miss in the future. 

Daniel Moreno (percussion), Awa Sango (vocals) , Marc Cary (piano) and special guest Igmar Thomas.







The Cosmic Indigenous musicians performing with Marc are: Marc Cary's Cosmic Indigenous f. Awa Sangho, Daniel Moreno and Igmar Thomas, Marc Cary, piano / Awa Sangho, vocals / Daniel Moreno, vocals / Igmar Thomas, trumpet.

Daniel Moreno on percussion – A prolific musician, producer and improvisational composer, Daniel Moreno started his musical career playing with artists like George Benson, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Jo Cano, Manu and Willie Kahaialihi in Hawaii.  He then moved to Brazil where he recorded the classic album Es Tamos Juntos and with the Angolan superstar Waldermar Bastoes featuring Chico Buarque.  Daniel Moreno has performed in jazz and sacred music festivals, venues and universities all over the world collaborating with everyone from Pharoah Sanders and Les Paul to Roy Haynes and his musical conduit Don Cherry.

355 MarcCary04Marc Cary’s group Cosmic Indigenous captures the elements and energies of cultural sounds infused with the essence of Africa, India, Native America and beyond.  Marc Cary was hailed by Down Beat as one of the most, “multi-dimensional keyboard players on the scene today,” whose music reveals those multi-dimensions in sensual living color.