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Michael League: Snarky Puppy's Jazz-Schooled, Grassroots Visionary

Read "Michael League: Snarky Puppy's Jazz-Schooled, Grassroots Visionary" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

Bassist, composer, bandleader, sideman, producer, record label owner, festival head... These are some of the many hats Michael League has acquired since embarking on his musical odyssey at the University of North Texas with a “little" band named Snarky Puppy in 2003. With its Jazz-but-not-Jazz / Music for Brain and Booty ethos, multiple poll ...

Solar Igniter

Label: Harmonized Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Seven Heaven; El Kabong; Getaway Float; Huckleberry; Take It Out; 35 Rooms; Travel by Balloon; Tronic; Solar Igniter; Snake Charmer; Miracles; Allman Joy; Soul Cheese; Celebrate Your Youth

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Modereko: Solar Igniter

Read "Solar Igniter" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

One of the world’s premier “Grooverockjamjazz” bands, the Modereko quintet consists of co-founders John Molo (drums, loops, vocals) and Bobby Read (saxophones, flute, clarinet) with JT Thomas (keyboards), Dan Conway (bass), and Tim Kobza (guitar). Their collective roots are in instrumental rock of high quality (Blue Thumb, an imprint of the hallowed Verve jazz label, released ...

ModeReko

Label: Verve Records
Released: 2001


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