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Music moments: Marc Friedman (The Slip, Ryan Montbleau)

Music moments: Marc Friedman (The Slip, Ryan Montbleau)

In this episode we venture out past our group of Washington University alumni, and chat with all around music maker Marc Friedman. Marc is probably best known as the bass player for The Slip, a band that has had tremendous influence on many of us. We discuss Marc’s current musical project with singer-songwriter Ryan Montbleau, writing music for YouTube’s creator studios, and the give-and-take of an artists’ presence on social media. We take a solid tour around The Slip universe, the prospect of future Slip gigs, the somewhat recent Surprise Me Mr. Davis gig, Marc’s current practice exercises, and that one time (in Adam’s opinion) he played the best note ever during “Johnny’s Tune” live in St. Louis, MO.

FEATURES

  • Marc’s royalty free creations for YouTube at Freedom Trail Studio [Listen Here]

  • “Johnny’s Tune” from 3-3-01, where Marc plays the “best” note ever [Listen Here]

  • Marc with Ryan Montbleau live in Boston, MA [Watch Here]

  • Listen to hundreds of The Slip shows (thanks to Harry Mcquillen & Cleantones) [LISTEN HERE]

MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE

  • Pacing like Prince by Ryan Montbleau

  • Plenty Step by Marc Friedman (Freedom Trail Studio)

  • Autumn Leaves by Keith Jarrett Trio

  • Cumulus by The Slip

  • Aish Tamid Improv by Matisyahu

  • Johnny’s Tune by The Slip

  • Walking in Line by Marc Friedman (Freedom Trail Studio)

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