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Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Conviction; Faces; Extraordinary; Bright Side; Absolute; Bluesphoria; Sweet Talk; Intense.


Tohpati Bertiga: Faces

Read "Faces" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Indonesian guitar virtuoso Tohpati (SimakDialog) and his fellow countrymen blaze a jazz rock power trio path of wonderment, following up the band's previous release, Riot (Moonjune, 2013) and the guitarist's studio date with American jazz fusion superstars, bassist Jimmy Haslip and drummer Chad Wackerman on Tribal Dance (Moonjune, 2014). The program is jam-packed with ...

Faces: Stay With Me Anthology

Label: Rhino
Released: 2015
Track listing: Disc: 1 Stay With Me; Miss Judy's Farm; Cindy Incidentally; You're So Rude; Flying; That's All You Need; My Fault; Had Me A Real Good Time; Richmond; Too Much Woman (For A Henpecked Man); Love Lives Here; Debris; Just Another Honky; On The Beach; Wicked Messenger; Too Bad; Rear Wheel Skid; Love In Vain. CD2: Ooh La La; Maybe I'm Amazed; Memphis, Tennessee; Pool Hall Richard; Bad 'N' Ruin; You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything; Last Orders Please; Around The Plynth; Three Button Hand Me Down; As Long As You Tell Him; Glad And Sorry; Pineapple And the Monkey; Flags And Banners; Sweet Lady Mary; Silicone Grown; Shake, Shudder Shiver; Borstal Boys; Gasoline Alley.


Label: Lyte Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Intro; The Second Line; Houdini; Seek; Detour; Faces; Lullaby for the Lost; Game Boy; To Be Free; Perception.


Faces: Stay With Me Anthology

Read "Faces: Stay With Me Anthology" reviewed by Doug Collette

Something of a miniature cross between the 4CD hardbound set, Five Guys Walk Into a Bar (Rhino, 2004) and the five-disc box You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (1970-1975) (Rhino, 2015), this double disc package contains official album recordings, (in recently remastered form), singles and live cuts that, combined with a passionate, insightful essay ...


David Lyttle: Faces

Read "Faces" reviewed by Ian Patterson

The thirty-second cello sortie that kicks off Faces is an arresting opening statement that dashes any preconceptions about what to expect from David Lyttle's third outing as leader. While the acoustic True Story (Lyte Records, 2007) and Questions (Lyte Records, 2010)--the latter a swinging collaboration with guitar wunderkind Andreas Varady--helped establish Lyttle's credentials as a first-rate ...


Scotty Alan: Wreck And The Mess

Read "Wreck And The Mess" reviewed by Doug Collette

The antique sound quality of Scotty Alan's Wreck and the Mess suits the rootsy sound of this guitarist/vocalist's music, as the raggedy dynamic of the opening “Goodbye" suggests he and his accompanists are just barely keeping it together as they play. Still, their precarious interaction is one of the most joyous of musical sensations, the sound ...


Label: Rearward
Released: 2011


Label: Bella Blue
Released: 2005


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