Tisziji Munoz Quartet with John Medeski
Celebrating "Songs of Soundlessness"
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Tisziji Munoz/Guitar, (Lam Sobo) John Medeski/Piano,
(Yakka) Don Pate/Bass and (Vija Mu) Adam Benham/Drums
Celebrating the new CD release "Songs of Soundlessness"
Tisziji Munoz (guitar) heartfiresound.com Following his departure from military service in 1969, Tisziji generated his own musical ideas and took a leading role in the development of Toronto’s underground music scene. As a guitarist in the musicals Hair and Godspell, he met and inspired the now world-famous keyboard player, Paul Shaffer, who became Tisziji’s primary accompanist from 1970 to 1972. “Tisziji’s music is of a unique, other-worldly nature… He is very spiritual, and as a guitar player he swings wild.”
- Paul Shaffer, Music Director, The David Letterman Band
John Medeski, of the genre-defying trio Medeski Martin & Wood, has garnered fans across the musical spectrum. Medeski’s recording credits include John Zorn, Iggy Pop, T Bone Burnett, Ray Lamontagne, Dan The Automator and k.d. Lang. Medeski has produced The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, pedal steel guitar group The Campbell Brothers, and two records from The Wood Brothers.