Karl Denson (born December 27, 1956) is an American funk and jazz saxophonist, flutist and vocalist from Santa Ana, California. Denson has recorded with artists including Jack DeJohnette, Dave Holland, Slightly Stoopid, Blind Boys of Alabama, Blackalicious, Stanton Moore, and Jon Foreman of the rock band Switchfoot. He continues to lead his own Karl Denson's Tiny Universe (KDTU) and Karl Denson Trio (KD3), while touring with the Rolling Stones since 2014 to date. Baby Food (solo album) - (1995). The D Stands for Diesel (solo album) - (1997). Dance Lesson (solo album) - (2001).
This album has an average beat per minute of 102 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/102 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The D Stands for Diesel. BPM Profile The D Stands for Diesel. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Karl Denson. Karl Denson's Tiny Universe.
Karl Denson’s brand of postbop jazz considers 1960s-era hard bop a mere launch-off. Here, Denson also enlists vocalist Andy Bey as a soulful, mellifluous answer to early jazz’s shouters. Keyboardist Robert Walter provides pinpoint accuracy when necessary and smudgy Fender Rhodes electric piano when the mood is downright shaking. Denson’s got the goods on his horn. He blows with a harmonically tight focus one second and a reaching scour the next.
The D Stands for Diesel is a acid jazz music album recording by KARL DENSON released in 1995 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
Karl Denson (born December 27, 1956) is an American funk and jazz saxophonist, flutist and vocalist from Santa Ana, California.
01. Louis and Co. 02. Bougainvillea 03. The Grind 04. Sunday School 05. Russian Qualude 06. Jam Sandwich 07. The Grind (Reprise) 08. Steamed Water 09. Tune- Up.
Karl Denson met Lenny Kravitz during a recording session in 1988. The following year, Kravitz called Denson and asked him to do the solo on the single Let Love Rule from Kravitz's album of the same name. As it turned out, Denson played on the whole album, joined the band for the supporting tour, and was invited back to play on and tour in support of the next two Kravitz albums, Mama Said and Are You Gonna Go My Way. When Kravitz bid adieu to horns, Denson did the same to rock & roll and began a jazz recording career in 1992. KDTU released a self-titled EP in 1999. Dance Lesson appeared on Blue Note two years later. In 2002, Denson issued the eclectic album The Bridge.