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Convergence

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Sand Crab, Shelf Life, Tynerisms, Harmony Peace, Modern Man, That's All, Five Years Ago, Essence of Modern Man.

Modern Man

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Modern Man: Convergence

Read "Convergence" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Modern Man, not to be confused with the folk/comedy group of the same name, is a mainstream bop sextet. The only player I'm familiar with is trumpeter Greg Gisbert. According to Bobby Shew's liner notes, the group has recently added trombonist Mark Patterson to the front line of trumpet and sax. The eight tracks consist of ...

Modern Man

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2003

Modern Man

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Dance for Osiris; Ponta Grossa; Superstition; Mo

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Broom: Modern Man

Read "Modern Man" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Guitar, Saxophone, and Hammond B-3 comprise the classic groove lineup. Jimmy Smith’s early-sixties ensembles with Kenny Burrell and Stanley Turrentine and George Benson’s quartet of the mid-sixties epitomize the format; guitarist Bobby Broom revives it on his latest release. Joined by ex-Benson quartet members Ronnie Cuber and Dr. Lonnie Smith, Broom offers a straight-ahead take on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Broom: Modern Man

Read "Modern Man" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Call it what you want, Soul Jazz, Organ Jazz, whatever, but the brand of music birthed by the B-3 explosion of the 1960s is alive and well in the third millennium. Blue Note’s new banner reads “One Label Under a Groove” and groups like Medeski, Martin and Wood, and Soulive continue the extract marketable material from ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Broom: Modern Man

Read "Modern Man" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Call it what you want, Soul Jazz, Organ Jazz, whatever, but the brand of music birthed by the B-3 explosion of the 1960s is alive and well in the third millennium. Blue Note’s new banner reads “One Label Under a Groove” and groups like Medeski, Martin and Wood, and Soulive continue the extract marketable material from ...

Modern Man

Label: Epic
Released: 1978


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