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Lafayette Gilchrist: Soul Progressin'

Read "Soul Progressin'" reviewed by Jay Deshpande

On Soul Progressin', Lafayette Gilchrist mixes a funky sensibility with, above all else, a sense of play. The album showcases the young pianist's compositions in a no-holds-barred, gutsy display of honest sound. Throughout, Gilchrist is supported by the strong horn section (two trumpets, three saxophones) that defines his band, the New Volcanoes. Gilchrist ...

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Lafayette Gilchrist: 3

Read "3" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

3 is Gilchrist's third album and his first trio release. He composed, arranged and throws every throbbing note down in the company of his Baltimore homeboys “Blue" Jenkins on bass and Nate Reynolds on drums. “The sound I was hearing in my head is coming from when I first heard Money Jungle," Gilchrist explains. “It's a ...

Lil Tae Rides Again

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Autumnal; Winter Clothes; Tether Ball Triumph; Carpool; Tae Parade; Santiago Lends A Hand; Waking The Reluctant Genius; Scuffle In The Hallway; The Votes Are Counted; Recovering The Time Capsule; Goodnight Ollie.

Lil' Tae Rides Again

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Autumnal; Winter Clothes; Tether Ball Triumph; Carpool; Tae Parade; Santiago Lends A Hand; Waking The Reluctant Genius; Scuffle In The Hallway; The Votes Are Counted; Recovering The Time Capsule; Goodnight Ollie.

Bad Blood in the City: The Piety Street Sessions

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Survivors of the Hurricane; Sad Days, Lonely Nights; Katrina; Let's Talk About Jesus; Dead Presidents; Commit a Crime; Grinnin' in Your Face; There Is Power in the Blues; Backwater Blues; Old Slave Master.

Invisible Baby

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Bus Ride; Record Book; Atari; The Real Morning Party; You Must Be A Lion; If You Keep On Asking Me; Ruby; Are You The Favorite Person Of Anybody?

Soul Progressin'

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Soul Progressin'; Between Us; Come Get Some; Uncrowned; Those Frowning Clowns; Detective's Tip; Many Exits No Doors.

The Bridge

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Get Back Up; Angelina; 14 Days; Bad Locomotive; Easy Jane; Shake em Down; Country Mile; Further To Roam; Flats of the Old Avenue; Chains; The Ballad of Clear Rock; Brother Don't.

Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: All Up In The Aisles; Trash Bash; Dream And Mosh; I Miss You Molly; Three-Legged Tango In Jackson Square; Tattooed Teen Waltzes With Grandma; Zydeco Clowns On The Lam; Prom Song; Dance Like There's No Tomorrow.

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Lafayette Gilchrist: Soul Progressin'

Read "Soul Progressin'" reviewed by Troy Collins

Baltimore-based pianist Lafayette Gilchrist stripped away the five-piece horn section of his octet, The New Volcanoes, fron his previous session, Third (Hyena Records, 2007), for an intimate trio exploration of hard- hitting funk. Soul Progressin' is the third album in his discography to feature the massed horns of The New Volcanoes, following in the footsteps of ...


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