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Traffic - On The Road


On The Road is a live album by the rock band Traffic, released in 1973 and recorded live in Germany.

My copy is only a one record album and I’m not sure why, it’s supposed to be a 2 record set. 24 more words

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Jentsch Group Quartet - Fractured Pop

What happens when you do a lot of things well but don’t want to focus on just one or two? One possible result is a sample of each, mixed, matched, melded and blended with various combinations of the others. 93 more words

CD Reviews

Walk on by - a song

Thundercat’s Walk on By is a soft and psychedelic song from his new album, Drunk. Thundercat’s vocals are very soothing as he sings about wanting to get drunk in company as opposed to being alone and combing through his personal cul-de-sacs. 247 more words

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Jeff Lorber Fusion - Prototype

Trailblazing pianist, composer, producer and bandleader Jeff Lorber is a consummate artist who continues to push himself to new plateaus. A groundbreaking Fender Rhodes pioneer along with the likes of Herbie Hancock, Joe Sample and Bob James, Lorber has triumphed as one of the most innovative musical minds in contemporary jazz. 1,606 more words

Contemporary Jazz

R.I.P. Larry Coryell

Guitarist Larry Coryell, a seminal and virtuosic jazz-rocker in the late 1960s who subsequently demonstrated his mastery of all the styles from folk to country and classical to Brazilian music, died Sunday night at a hotel in New York City, NPR reports… 547 more words

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Remembering Al Jarreau

Just a quick post today. Al Jarreau was one of the voices of my childhood and teen years – one of the happy, beautiful voices that countermanded all the emotional art rock I consumed at the same time. 45 more words