Snarky Puppy - Lingus (We Like It Here)

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Alex Paclin : 1) Watch Cory' play. 2) Watch Shaun's reaction throughout all the solo.

mrjmaverick1995 : I needed a cigarette after this.

Padakeno Ryu : The more i learn about playing piano and music theory, the less i understand how this solo was possible

Jeremy Medicina : They say it took 12 trees to produce the sheet music for Corey's solo.

Jesus Christ : Everybody's talking bout cory's and larnell but nobody talk about the bassit who wrote EVERY FCKING TABS FOR EVERY FCKING INSTRUMENTS on the song

Adam Lee : This video is incomprehensible to me. Firstly, because it's hard to understand just how crazy talented every individual in this room is. Secondly, because I can't believe how perfectly this many musicians lock with one another, when the music is this demanding. Thirdly, every single one of them is sensitive to the artistic motion of the piece. They move as a unit, and every one serves the purpose of realising Michael's insane composition to its highest form of expression. This band blows my mind - every single time! Yikes!

Silesian Sailor : Cory ( synths ) & Larnell (drums ) are the proof that extraterrestial life exists on our planet.

cathridge : I showed this to my friends last weekend. We were having a musicians' sleepover party at the keyboardist's summer house. Just jamming, recording, bonding and turning each other into some cool music that we've each come across. We're all into pretty progressive music as well as pop, alt, blues, r&b, etc. But this performance left my friends speechless. All of us are in our 50s and this is the stuff we listened to in our teens and 20s. Weather Report, RTF, Zappa, Herbie, etc. But we didn't think anyone really cared about this type of music anymore. Glad to see we were wrong.

gustafsone : When I stumbled upon this video the first time, I was a shy and naive virgin. 11 minutes later, I had become a man.

MIGUEL DAVIS : I showed this to my stairs And now it’s an elevator

AgentCouch42 : I don't care what you think but the drummer is the real mvp here. He never let off the beat and was on it 100% of the time.

Frank Bradley : 8:01 - 8:17 greatest musical transition of all time. fight me

SeanithanEgan : This came on automatically after another video I was watching. I had to go to work. I'm now late to work.

Malletdude31 : I just love that during Cory's solo, right from the jump, he looks glassy-eyed, like he doesn't actually see anything else around him and the keyboards. He's just staring off into space the whole time he's not looking at the keyboard fiddling with things. Then about 6 or 7 bars before they transition out of the solo, he suddenly looks up and has a giant smile on his face like he just came out of a trance. It's hilarious.

Rafael Lourenco : I got it! The drummer is an Alien.

-Jr- : I hope those instruments were over 18

Pedro Isai Mancia Diaz : Am I the only one crying here ? When the synth guy start to play , for the first time of my life I never cry for a performance, but this one make me cry because they all are good and the music have reach me deep down my heart and soul! That’s incredible! Did somebody felt & cry like me? 😁🔥🔥🎹🎹🎹🎹🙌🏽

Andre Gontijo : 5:33 when you gotta pretend you're ok

Kees de Wit : 1:46 Michael League's neck is almost as flexibel as Joe Dart's

Motheo Molefi : Am I the only one who lost it when the drummer started doing this???!!!! 5:39 Also... CORY HENRY IS NOT HUMAN!!!

Not Right Music : Going to the jaw doctor. Mine just shattered all over the floor after Corey's thing!

Peter Azor : I suppose Cory's solo will become a part of jazz music literature for keyboard just as e.g. BWV 565 is for classical organ music. If it doesn't, there's something significantly wrong with the future. Thank you Lord for the gift you entrusted Cory with. Thank you Cory for stewarding it so faithfully.

Davi Duff : Written, arraged, produced by Micheal League : Genius Bassist

fifrenzyguy341 : I’ve been dying to meet someone who can intelligibly explain what to practice (scales, modes, harmonies, etc) in order to get to that point. I feel like cats at that level are just so in love with practice that some of them just develop this unexplainable talent.

Jonathan Watson : Shauns reaction is my favorite thing

Shelby67Hllyh : Lord, forgive me for my synths

Ryan Harris : I pretty sure I'm responsible for about 16m of the 17m views. Gives me goosebumps every time.

robert deniro : NOT QUITE MY TEMPO

ChrisCompositions : But can we talk about the drummer as well? Takes incredible skill to hold up with a group like this, and he does beautifully!

Jepfrankie : I can cover Cory's solo on my maracas. I just need 83 more hands.

Arpit Jain : How the hell are we supposed to cover this song

Fred Dosan : A very cunning Lingus.

T G : Wow! Not usually a keyboard fan in jazz but Cory Henry's solo... unbelievable melodic sense! Man - does he work all through the "theory" on a subconscious level to deliver a stellar, original and meaningful solo.

Ciaran Cosgrave : Ok. The synth player and the drummer are from the future or something!

Reyna Banks : Cory Henry is a BEAST on the keys.

bhuffisthestuff : I was doing math homework while listening to this. When the song ended, I put my pencil down, closed the tab, and practiced my saxophone for 2 hours. Music>Math

kleet1 : Let's not forget the boy on the skins.

Guy Fawkes : That...may just be tighter and more impressive than Zappa's bands. And I'm a 40 year Zappa fan who has never said that about anything before. Un. Be. Lievable.

Julian Harris : I must've listened / watched this at least 50 times now. That makes it one of my favourite pieces of all time.

Jason Washington : larnell lewis is a freaking MACHINE.......

King Brilliant : To have been there.... seriously, if you don't own this album, be good to yourself and buy it..DONT get it on a crappy MP3..buy the CD, FLAC or vinyl..The production is superb as is the entire album.. This will be one of the most important jazz bands of the century. Henry's playing is so sublime it actually moves me to tears...tears of admiration and joy.

qwaszasz : Need to watch it from time to time ... just need to...

DANGER DYLAN78 : Every body is freaking amazing musicians, but Cory, and the drummer really impressed me in this one, like wow

Andrew Castellano : Re-release with commentary from the musicians would be fun. Hearing how this all came together, what was spontaneous, what actually went wrong but turned out right, etc.

Jamie : Props to the team who mic'd, mixed and mastered this. No less skilled or talented than the musicians. The mix is absolutely fantastic

Nathaniel Reichert : Is it just me or does Snarky Puppy remind anyone else of Fletcher's elite school band from the movie Whiplash? ;) Maybe Johnny Utah turns their pages.

walter cheesbro : We get it Corey's good but what about that drummer Man he's great

trayambak cl : my band performed this song and we won the battle of bands underdog competition

Mr. Thorax : Anyone else just get overwhelmed with raw emotion watching this video? I start fucking crying everytime around the 6 minute mark. I don't really know why yet.. they're just blowing me away. Never seen such synchronicity and pure joy expressed through music.

FalconEddyMastering : Full-time drummer Robert Searight forgot to renew his passport, and the album was being recorded in the Netherlands. They called up Larnell Lewis to fill in and he killed it! Arriving at the airport at 7am, he had an intense rehearsal session for several hours to lock in the nine new songs for the DVD that started recording later that evening. It was completed in four days. It's one of my favorite video/audio fusion DVD's.