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Toast Of The Nation

Convergence With Larry Goldings: Live In DenverKUVO

Convergence With Larry Goldings: Live In Denver

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Every month, the members of the Colorado-born sextet Convergence gather from near and far at the Denver club Dazzle, often with a special guest. The band certainly has plenty of material to draw from — Convergence first converged in 1991. For Toast of the Nation 2013-14, it welcomed Hammond B-3 organist Larry Goldings from Los Angeles to ring in midnight in Mountain Time. Carlos Lando of KUVO hosts the festivities.

Set List
  • "Jim Jam (For Jim Hall)" (Goldings)
  • "Pegasus" (Goldings)
  • "Molto Volto" (Goldings)
  • "Reckless Meter" (Simon)
  • "Crawdaddy" (Goldings)
Personnel
  • Paul Romaine, drums
  • Gabe Mervine, trumpet
  • Mark Patterson, trombone
  • John Gunther, saxophone
  • Eric Gunnison, piano
  • Mark Simon, bass
  • Larry Goldings, Hammond B-3 organ
Credits

Danny Giltinan, recording engineer. Devin Shorb/KUVO Jazz 89, mix engineer. Recorded Nov. 8, 2013.

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