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Label: Retso Records
Released: 2015


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Next (feat. Nile Rodgers)

Label: Retso Records
Released: 2015
Duration: 06:10



Label: Victor
Released: 2011




Featuring the music of Bela Fleck And The Flecktones
Duration: 3:40

Bela Fleck And The Flecktones (Victor Wooten - bass, Jeff Coffin - sax, Futureman - drumitar) performing "Next".


Label: Hope Street
Released: 2008
Track listing: Next Door; Tinguelyness; Luz Entre Deux Eaux; Cease Fire; Iguana Crossing; Seule; Homeless Hymn; Colour Beginning; French Walker at Wounded Knee.


Article: Album Review

Francois Corneloup: NExT

Read "NExT" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

The French saxophonist Francois Corneloup is a baritone/soprano saxophone specialist and a forty-something wild man deserving wider recognition. Last year's release of the U.L.M. Trio recording, with fellow French firecracker Marc Ducret on guitar and the capaciously capable drummer Martin France of Britain, deservedly raised his international profile. This release, falling into the avant-groove category inhabited ...



Label: Blue Note
Released: 2002


Article: Album Review

Soulive: Next

Read "Next" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst

Big and chunky, phat and phunky would describe the music on the newest CD Next by the groove based jazz organ quartet Soulive. Two of the more outstanding musical facets that are ubiquitous on this recording are the tightness of the ensemble and the omnipresence of a driving bass line groove. Coupled with the thick sounding ...


Article: Album Review

Soulive: Next

Read "Next" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

Honestly? I wasn’t intending on reviewing this one... ‘til I heard it! Sophomore slump my sweet a...uhh, Lord. You heard it here first, this recording is going to blow the roof offa Soulive, and the roof, the roof, the roof is already on fire!... catch my meanin’ now? These guys managed to sell truckloads of records ...


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