Bill Frisell

Frisell and his 2002 septet create some spirited ensembles

In 2002, Bill Frisell led one of his largest regular groups, a septet with three horns.

At a Montreal concert from that year, he performs “Outlaws,” a piece that he had formerly played with a trio.

On the menacing strut, Curtis Fowlkes takes a rambunctious trombone solo before Frisell joyfully leads the wild and colorful ensembles.


Bill Frisell, guitar
Greg Liesz, steel guitar
Ron Miles, trumpet
Curtis Fowlkes, trombone
Billy Drewes tenor
David Piltch, bass
Matt Chamberlain, drums

– Scott Yanow

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