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Album review: Lee Ritenour, On the Line (1984)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, MARCH 30, 1984

By Steve Newton

After exposing the old eardrums to the sonic reverberations of the Scorpions’ latest, it’s nice to cool down with the¬†refreshing jazzy sounds of Lee Ritenour. 83 more words

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'88 On The Long Play: 'Festival' by Lee Ritenour

From the late 70’s onward, Lee Ritenour had focused primarily on developing his music in somewhat more of a jazz-rock fusion context. While it seemed that¬† music was starting to fade into a much softer sound, Rit managed to reflect that with a light instrumental touch that somehow managed to embrace great rhythmic and melodic strength to it. 324 more words

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Funky Friday: For The Love Of Money

It begins with one of the nastiest, funkiest bass lines of its era. It might well be one of the nastiest, funkiest bass lines of any era. 418 more words

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