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MP3 Sweetbottom Live - The Reunion - JAZZ: Jazz Fusion

A new live recording by Daryl Stuermer''s original Jazz-Fusion band Sweetbottom.

8 MP3 Songs
JAZZ: Jazz Fusion, JAZZ: Smooth Jazz


The Sweetbottom reunion was recorded live on December 26 & 27, 2002 at Shank Hall, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This live concert features Sweetbottom''s original 70''s lineup: Guitarist Daryl Stuermer; his brother Duane on bass; sax-master, Warren Wiegratz and dynamic jazz drummer, Mike Murphy. Keyboardist Kostia sits in on piano and synth to round out the quartet''s original sound.

From 1973 - 1975 this original foursome played five nights a week at the legendary eastside nightclub, Sardino''s Bullring. Sweetbottom continued on throughout the 70''s and led a midwestern fusion movement and garnered a reputation both locally and nationally as distinctive players and innovative songwriters.

This recording brings back the music with the same passion and originality that has made Sweetbottom one of the most unique and enduring treasures of the Milwaukee music scene.

The songs and arrangements are just as you remembered...only better.

A special thanks for the support of the fans, friends and family that made this musical journey possible.


Produced by Sweetbottom
Executive Producers - Sweetbottom & John Ertl
Mixed by Daryl Stuermer

Daryl Stuermer - Guitars
Warren Wiegratz - Saxes, Flute & Keyboards
Duane Stuermer - Bass & Vocals
Mike Murphy - Drums & Percussion
Kostia - Keyboards

Recorded live at Shank Hall - December 26 & 27, 2002
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Recorded by Chris Adler
Live Sound Engineer - Chris Adler
Technicians - Jim Hanson & Richard Henry
Mixed at Urban Island Studio, Milwaukee, WI.
Mastered by Gary Tanin at MultiMusica, Milwaukee, WI.
Additional Editing by Gary Tanin

Art Direction - Mark Moehrke, Pete Moehrke for Vibrant Studios
Design - Mark Moehrke
Photography - Robert Fritsch
Album Co-ordinator - Michaela Carey for Urban Island Music
Executive Assistant - Marijeanne Gorectke

Special Thanks to Bob Fritsch, Perri & Marco Giorgi, Jimmy Sardino, Jeff Stark, Steve Scott and the staff at WJZI

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Warren Wiegratz Plays Yanagisawa Saxophones & Leblanc Instruments

Daryl Stuermer plays Gibson 346, Fender American Standard Strat & Mesa/Boogie Amplifiers


1. The Whisperer (Don Grolnick) 8:08

2. Beggars Festival (Warren Wiegratz) 6:23

3. The Archer (Daryl Stuermer) 7:09

4. You Know Me Too Well (Duane Stuermer) 4:31

5. Flight To Maricaibo (Warren Wiegratz) 7:22

6. You''ve Got To Jive To Stay Alive (Warren Wiegratz) 6:40

7. Festival City (Michael Murphy/Daryl Stuermer) 9:49

8. Freeway Jam (Max Middleton) 7:10

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