Greetings’ jazz aficionados, I’m back with another slice of distinctive, amusing, and insinuating sounds, immaculate melodies, relentless rhythms attached to the opulent flavors embedded & exalted freely from the vibrant voice of jazz is here to quench our ongoing thirst for quality music.
Stanley Clarke -|- Stanley Clarke Band – [Heads Up International, 2010]
Unlike his previous acoustic bass releases, Clarke feels that this album’s music is fresh and different from just about anything he’s done before. Produced by Clarke and Lenny White, the range of collaborative material on The Stanley Clarke Band has allowed him to venture to new levels of experimentation, utilizing his arsenal of bass instruments. Clarke compares this new release to the first three albums of his solo career: Journey to Love, Stanley Clarke, and School Days, with long extended electric pieces that take the listener on a kind of journey.
“Technically, it’s a Stanley Clarke record, but it’s very much a band-oriented record at the same time,” says Clarke. “I may be the leader, but everyone played an important role in what emerged. If a project like this can be looked at like a ship, I’d be the one steering the ship and keeping everybody on course. But all hands were definitely on deck, and everyone played an important role in getting us to our destination.” —Concord Music
Below we have list of this weeks latest jazz releases, also while you’re here check out Amazon.com for and extended lists of Imports, Vinyl, Soundtracks, and Re-issues.
-))- Natural Causes (Ocrd) by Steve Tibbetts
-))- I Will Tell Her by Curtis Fuller
-))- Remembrance (Ocrd) by Ketil Bjørnstad
-))- Diamonds by Jonathan Fritzén
-))- Elegant Gypsy/Casino by Al Di Meola
-))- Electrified by Re: Jazz
-))- Pushing the Envelope by Gerald Albright
-))- Clarity by Dave Anderson Quartet
-))- Tropical Footprint by Ocho Pies
-))- Coin Flip by Nathan Eklund Group
-))- FOUR plus FOUR by Ernie Watts
-))- A Fine Romance by Stacey Kent & Jim Tomlinson
-))- Live At Sweet Rhythm by Richard Sussman Quintet
-))- Secrets From The Jazz Ghetto by George Kahn
-))- Red Velvet by Zachary Kellogg
-))- Calculated Gestures by Ziggurat Quartet
-))- Lars Erstrand And Four Brothers by Lars Erstrand
-))- To Africa With Love by Joseph Patrick Moore
-))- Stanley Clarke Band by Stanley Clarke
-))- Beneath the Folds by Mary Kastle
-))- Nobody’s Blues But Mine by Tomas Örnberg’s Blue Five & Friends
-))- Live At The Berklee Performance Center by Phil Wilson / Makoto Ozone
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