But they weren't always driving down the Pacific Coast Highway; "New York" started delicately with a solo acoustic guitar up in the wooded Catskills and ended with a jazz orchestra promenading down Broadway. "Walking" was again another trip that progressed from the singular to the epic; and a groove that you couldn't help but move to; it was George Clinton meets Frank Zappa. "Untold Stories" invoked the edge of the mystical; jazz is at its best when you see the scenes the music-wielders are trying to invoke; Keith Phelps played a six-string bass that rocked one's heart-sounds, where the best memories live.
But there the analogy ends, they have taken his athleticism and creativity and added our own times to the mix. Indy is particularly blessed right nowif you aren't a convert to the Midwestern bebop/swing musical narrative when you get here, you will be by the end of the day. Whitted has a new album coming out, Transient Journey (Owl Studios, 2009). The title song spoke to its name with a feeling of travel and images that end all too soon.
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