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David Gould

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David Gould was born in Hempstead, NY and grew up in Merrick. He studied trumpet from 2nd-8th grade and took up piano at 13. When he was 15, he picked up the electric bass. David spent most of his formative years listening to his parents records from the 1950’s and the sounds of classic rock (Led Zep, The Beatles, The Who, Rolling Stones, etc.).

David studied at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he discovered the roots of funk in Sly and the Family Stone, Funkadelic, Herbie Hancock, and James Brown. He heard sounds that changed his life from John Coltrane, Sun Ra, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Phish and Frank Zappa. Throughout college, David performed in many bands, including: Mission Impossible, Ryth McFeud, Uncle Chunk, and his senior-thesis project band: ibid and the Footnotes. He also produced rock opera productions of the Who’s Tommy and Pink Floyd’s The Wall that drew sell-out crowds in 1990-1991.

After college, he moved to Chicago then Boston to pursue music as a life and landed home in 1995 in Boston where he joined the 12-piece funk and soul group «The Crown Electric Company» (CEC). CEC performed around Massachusetts for 3 years during which time David also formed an offshoot group—an instrumental groove band «The Board of Education». It was in this group that he was dubbed David «Solid» Gould by saxophonist/flutist Ken Field.

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