Record & CD Reviews

Tom Cat (1974) by Tom Scott & The L.A. Express
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Reggie Turner (5/5): Listening to this CD today in 2004 a day of 3/4 rhythm sections (Drums, Bass & Guitar or Piano) its great to hear the p... [ read more ]
Inspiration Information (1974) by Shuggie Otis
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dan martin (5/5): This is truly an incredible album. It's almost a crime to pigeonhole it under the R&B heading - "Inspiration Information" is... [ read more ]
The Truth (2003) by Frank McComb
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Saeed (5/5): A modern classic. I always feel I was born too late and would have loved to have been around at the time when Stevie Wonder an... [ read more ]
Did You Lose Me? (2002) by Invisible Doctors
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Stu Barnes (5/5): Tops. Cool Rhodes, ripping Hammond B3, tight-ass drums and bass, and trippy guitar, all wrapped up with psychidelic (I suppose) ly... [ read more ]
Walking Wasn't Good Enough (2004) by Sheena Misenas
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Mike (5/5): This album is awesome. Sheena might be little, but she packs a big punch. I've seen her grow as a musician and this album rock... [ read more ]
The Infinite (2002) by Dave Douglas
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Peter Kenney (5/5): Fantastic playing from Uri Caine on Rhodes. Some interesting modern jazz takes on modern pop material such as Poses by R... [ read more ]