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Floyd Vincent & The Temple Dogs


Sat 17 Jan 2015, 8:30pm–11:30pm

Where: Yamba Bowling Club, 44 Wooli St, Yamba, Yamba Area

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: floyd3

Floyd Vincent and the Temple Dogs will be showcasing tracks from their new CD.

'A Little Saturday Night Music' is the first release by Floyd Vincent under his new band moniker, Floyd Vincent and the Temple Dogs. His band are considered exemplar performers for their high energy musicianship and the danceable tour de force that is their live show —and this is the first time the band has been captured in full flight.

Vincent says, "We’ve listened to requests for favourites from fans and added a few new unrecorded songs. The album title is a hat tip to Mozart’s "A Little Night Music" and is inspired by my roots as a classical musician, and fond memories of our shows in Europe over the years.

"I kept to the live ethos all the way by recording several shows in front of our most dedicated fans, and simply chose the best performances for this record. In mixing this album I thought, 'What would we sound like on a good night if you were on the mixing desk?'. We've managed to capture
that playful energy of experienced musicians responding to each other with a near telepathic instinct. It goes without saying that there's a lot of finely tuned improvisation going on."