Extraction (Greg Howe album)

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Extraction
Studio album by Greg Howe, Dennis Chambers and Victor Wooten
Released October 7, 2003 (2003-10-07)[1]
Recorded 2001–03[2] at Moore Music Recording Studio in Bath, Pennsylvania; Secret Sound Studio in Baltimore, Maryland; Ashmoon Studio; Greg Howe's home studio in Easton, Pennsylvania; David Cook's home studio in New York City; Victor Wooten's home studio in Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Instrumental rock, jazz fusion
Length 50:08
Label Tone Center
Producer Greg Howe
Greg Howe chronology
Hyperacuity
(2000)
Extraction
(2003)
Collection: The Shrapnel Years
(2006)
Victor Wooten chronology
Live in America
(2001)
Extraction
(2003)
Soul Circus
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
All About Jazz (neutral)[3]
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[4]

Extraction is a collaborative studio album by guitarist Greg Howe, drummer Dennis Chambers and bassist Victor Wooten, released on October 7, 2003 through Tone Center Records. According to Howe, the album went through a very difficult recording process which spanned two years, resulting in disagreements between the three musicians and Shrapnel founder Mike Varney, as well as several delays in the release date.[2][5]

The sixth track, "A Delicacy", is a re-recording of an instrumental previously released on Now Hear This, a 1991 album by Howe II (an earlier band of Greg's). "Proto Cosmos" is a popular jazz fusion composition by pianist Alan Pasqua, originally featured on The New Tony Williams Lifetime's 1975 album Believe It.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Greg Howe, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Extraction"   6:13
2. "Tease"   6:07
3. "Crack It Way Open"   5:59
4. "Contigo"   6:30
5. "Proto Cosmos" (Alan Pasqua) 4:15
6. "A Delicacy"   2:24
7. "Lucky 7"   6:02
8. "Ease Up"   6:20
9. "Bird's Eye View"   6:18
Total length:
50:08

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greg Howe - Extraction CD". CD Universe. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
  2. ^ a b Thal, Ron (2004-04-29). "Greg Howe, interviewed by Bumblefoot - 29 April 2004" at the Wayback Machine (archived June 10, 2008). Guitarist Heaven. Archived from the original on 2008-06-10. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
  3. ^ Jenkins, Todd S. (2003-10-18). "Greg Howe/Victor Wooten/Dennis Chambers: "Extraction" (2003)". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2014-03-12.
  4. ^ Prato, Greg. "Extraction - Greg Howe". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
  5. ^ Chopik, Ivan (2006-02-27). "Greg Howe Interview". Guitar Messenger. Retrieved 2013-08-22.

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