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Earfood

Label: Decca Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: I'm Not So Sure; Brown; Strasbourg/St. Denis; Starmaker; Joy is Sorrow Unmasked; The Singer; Rouge; Mr. Clean; Style; Divine; To Wisdom the Prize; Speak Low; Bring it on Home to Me.

Earfood

Label: EmArcy
Released: 2008

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roy Hargrove: Earfood

Read "Earfood" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Trumpeter Roy Hargrove's 15th release, Earfood, is one of his best, showing that this not-so-young lion is in top shape. The disc features Justin Robinson (alto/flute), Gerald Clayton (piano), Danton Boller (bass) and Montez Coleman (drums), with Robinson's gushing alto ebullience, slightly loose around the edges, the perfect foil for Hargrove's eclectic moods, which range from ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Roy Hargrove Quintet: Earfood

Read "Earfood" reviewed by Ian Patterson

In the liner notes, trumpeter Roy Hargrove declares that Earfood was recorded to bring pleasure to the listener. This may seem like a superfluous statement, after all, which artist doesn't want to please the listening public? What Hargrove means, is that the aim of the game is to offer up catchy melodies with a minimum of ...


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