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A Song For You

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Label: Peterson Entertainment. Llc
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Duration: 3:24

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Bump

Label: Peterson Entertainment
Released: 2006
Track listing: A Song for You, I Thank You, Feel Like Makin' Love, Messin' with the Groove, Bump, Get Some, Bass Driver, Blue Bridge, Mix da Juice, Funk It, Industrial Shuffle, Nation 2 Nation, Mowbile

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Bump

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000

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John Scofield: Bump

Read "Bump" reviewed by Scott Morrow


John Scofield, who's played with everyone from Miles and Mingus to Medeski Martin and Wood, has finally gone and done released a classic of 21st century groove jazz. Not exactly the Hammond-style soul jazz of it's predecessor A Go Go, Bump -- one of those rare cases where the sequel surpasses the original -- attains pure ...

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John Scofield: Bump

Read "Bump" reviewed by David Adler


John Scofield continues to venture deeper into simple, stripped-down groove music — and farther away from jazz. Bump is practically a dance record. Mark De Bli Antoni’s keyboard sampler even appears on several tracks; on “Drop and Roll" it’s poorly integrated and sounds like filler. Don’t get me wrong: Boundary-smashing experimentation is good for jazz, and ...

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John Scofield: Bump

Read "Bump" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Ever since he signed with the Verve label a few years back, guitarist John Scofield has been on the upswing of the trendy movement we’ll call, for lack of a better term, the “Acid Jazz" scene. He scored really big with A Go Go, his critically-acclaimed 1998 collaboration with the supergroup Medeski, Martin, and Wood. Now ...


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