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Medeski Martin & Wood

Medeski Martin & Wood
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Medeski Martin & Wood is an eclectic trio consisting of John Medeski (keyboards), Billy Martin (drums), and Chris Wood (bass). They first got together in 1991 as a standard acoustic piano jazz trio, but soon grew to encompass other instruments, notable Hammond organ for Medeski and electric bass for Wood. They also exhibit a wide range of influences, including funk and rock. They have worked extensively with other musicians as well, most notably guitarist John Scofield.
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