Way Over Yonder from Sound Liaison features the trio known as 3 Hands Clapping featuring Peter Tiehuis, Theo de Jong and Bert Fermie.
A 3 Hands Clapping performance is a musical adventure. It spans the whole spectrum from breathtakingly earthy grooves to serene, intimate beauty. The album features several familiar favorites including Love The One You’re With by Stephen Stills, This Time by John Legend, Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow (Baretta’s Theme) by Dave Grusin and Morgan Ames, I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong, Affirmation by Jose Feliciano and the title track Way Over Yonder by Carole King.
The virtuosic individual level of playing is an important aspect but even more striking is the magical ensemble playing. It’s transparent and flexible ranging from “less is more” to dynamic and exciting interaction. The trio trades ideas with an unpretentious joy of being there in the moment, unabashedly sharing their love of music.
Tiehuis, de Jong and Fermie learned their craft supporting various international stars. George Duke, Toots Thielemans, Chaka Khan, Ivan Lins, Batida and the Metropole Orchestra, have all benefited from the trio’s versatile musical abilities.
“We noticed that when the 3 of us were together on a studio date or a project the music was being lifted to a higher level but also that a great deal of fun and spontaneity became part of the equation. We played a concert with the trio and realized that this felt too good to be a one-of.”
3 Hands Clapping
Peter Tiehuis – Guitars
Theo de Jong – Bass Guitar
Bert Fermie – Percussion
Total time: 00:42:36
|Analog to Digital Converter||
Horus, Merging Technologies at DXD (352.8 kHz)
Frans de Rond (DXD), Tom Caulfield (DXD to DSD Transfers)
Horus, Merging Technologies
Main system: Josephson C700S Peter (guitar): Audio Technica AT4050ST, DI from Kemper Profiling Amplifier Theo (bass): JZV-67, DI from synth Bart (percussion): 2 x SE RN17, Audio Technica AT4022, AEA R92, Audio Technica AT 4080
HiFiMan HE1000se & Sennheiser HD800S
|Original Recording Format|
Frans de Rond
MCO, Studio 2 in Hilversum, The Netherlands on the October 6-7, 2018
TAD Compact Evolution
|Release Date||May 12, 2022|
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