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Medeiros/Ciarfalla - Rhythm Meth'Od

Medeiros/Ciarfalla - Rhythm Meth'Od

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Medeiros/Ciarfalla - Rhythm Meth'Od (CD NEW)


Label: Cd Baby.Com/Indys
Format: CD
Release Date: 07 Sep 2004
No. of Discs: 1

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Album Tracks

1. Mongo Shake
2. Dan's House
3. Samba On Rye
4. Soul Survivor
5. Riff # 2
6. Back Of The Shack
7. Raging Sun
8. Somthin' For Nuthin'
9. Meter Meltdown
10. East On 68
11. Plastic Wrap
12. Funkis Firmis
13. Tranquility

Terry 'The Count' Medeiros, the son of second-generation Portuguese immigrants, was born in Honolulu Hawaii in 1950. While attending Star Of The Sea grammar school he took up the ukulele at the age of seven, the guitar followed at ten. Encouraged by his grandfather he attended the Clem Low Music Studios at age eleven. Working out of Mel Bay's Modern Guitar Method he got his first Harmony electric guitar and a Supro amp. In the eighth grade Medeiros performed for the first time in front of his grammar school during the annual May Day celebration. 'Outer Limits' and 'Walk Don't Run' were the songs performed. High School happened in the middle sixties. The Beatles, Rolling Stones and the rest of the British invasion left their mark on Terry. It was during this time that Terry started to look to other guitar players to influence his guitar playing with. Django Reinhart, Les Paul, Tal Farlo, Herb Ellis, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Pass, Sabicas, Andres Segovia, Muddy Waters, B. B. King, Albert King, Freddy King, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Otis Rush, Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson, Cornell Dupre, and Leo Nocentelli are just a few of the great guitar players/musicians that Terry listened to during his teen years. It was during high school that 'The Count' formed his first band 'The Sunday Collection.' The band performed their own material as well as popular songs of the day. They placed second in a battle of the bands held at the Honolulu Shell supported by Terry's fledgling blues based guitar solos and show stopping harmonica playing. During the show they were spotted by a local DJ that took them into the studio to record a couple of songs that were pressed, released on a local record label and got a moderate amount of local radio air play. Around this time Terry was introduced to the legendary 'Kid Ory.' Terry became entrenched in the blues and went off to join two blues based bands 'The Silver Bike' and 'Luke's Pineapple Store.' 'The Count's' popularity in the islands grew; he formed his first blues guitar quartet 'The First Grade' and performed at the first Diamond Head Crater Music Festival. The band received favorable reviews in the Honolulu Star Bulletin. While performing at the festival he was spotted by drummer Randy Seol from the Strawberry Alarm Clock fame. Terry and Randy along with a bassist formed the blues based power trio 'Sun & Moon' and did show openers for the The Doors, John Mayall & The Blues Breakers, John Hammond and The Steve Miller Band. 'The Count' moved to California in 1970. Gigging with a blues band in San Diego he started to give guitar lessons and write album and live show reviews for 'The Door' a local newspaper. As a reviewer Terry was privileged to associate with Muddy Waters, Albert Collins, Mose Allison, Les McCann, Gabor Zabo, Livingston Taylor, Sunny Taylor and Brownie Magee. During the fall of 1971 'The Count' moved to San Francisco. This moved proved to be pivotal in his musical career. One of his first musical bands in the bay area was with Vanguard recording artist Lisa Kindred. Lisa had a strong blues influence to her music that fit well with Terry's basic style. Lisa also had a country-folk quality that was new to Terry. This beginning exposure to country music would prove to be useful later on in Terry's career. During his stay with Ms Kindred Terry started teaching at a local music store and at a local school. He also enrolled in sight-singing and sight-reading classes at San Francisco City College. Terry was offered the opportunity to form a band with the great tenor sax player 'Boots' Houston. Boots had toured with all of the San Francisco greats including Van Morrison. The band was called 'Sword and Stone'. Bill Graham took a liking to the band and put them on as an opening act for many of his Fillmore shows. Terry found himself opening for Santana, The Doobie Brothers and Buddy Miles. The pursuit of the academic side of music was continued through private theory lessons with Bobby Hutcherson the great Jazz vibraphone player. Terry became accomplished at the intricate nature of Jazz

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