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Actual Proof

Label: Platform Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Stingers 2.The Grinder 3.Aristide 4.the Viper 5.Waiting Around 6.Stuff 7.Attack Of The 40 ft. woman 8.Cops And Robbers 9.59th Street Station 10.Bacon Phat 11.The Famous Door

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Mike Clark: Actual Proof

Read "Actual Proof" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


During his work with pianist, Herbie Hancock’s 70’s super- funk/fusion band “The Headhunters,” Mike Clark quickly acquired a reputation for his distinctly personal and altogether innovative slant on the art of funk drumming. His over-the-top and somewhat slithery approach to a funk groove proved to be a vital component to a group steered by Hancock’s equally ...

Album

Actual Proof

Label: Platform Recordings
Released: 2000
Track listing: Stingers; The Grinder; Aristide; The Viper; Waiting Around; Stuff; Attack of the 40ft Woman; Cops & Robbers; 59th Street Station; Bacon Phat; The Famous Door.

Album

Pit Of Fashion

Label: Platform Recordings
Released: 2000
Track listing: Joshua; Pit of Fashion; Introductions; Ok, Bye Bye, Fine; Please Recall; Hotter; Radio Joe; Stuff; Don

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Black Octopus

Label: Platform Recordings
Released: 2000
Track listing: Many Directions; Eight Ways of Love; Funk Times Three; Burning in the Heat (of Your Love); Tiptoe Through the Ghetto; T-Bolt; A Little Love

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Paul Jackson: Black Octopus

Read "Black Octopus" reviewed by Jim Santella


Singer/bassist Paul Jackson likes variety in what he does. Like the inference in his opening track’s title, “Many Directions,” this project moves in many directions all at once. It’s fusion. A strong bassist and enjoyable singer, Jackson employs a fusion of R&B, funk, disco, electronic “outer space” music and a little avant-garde jazz. Originally issued in ...

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Peter Barshay: Pit Of Fashion

Read "Pit Of Fashion" reviewed by Jim Santella


A century of jazz has brought us many different types of music, which we continue to house under one umbrella. Bassist Peter Barshay represents the central line; however, his album pushes the envelope in various directions. A part of the program is tongue-in-cheek and some of the material catches fire. When you offer smooth jazz, hip ...

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Mike Clark: Actual Proof

Read "Actual Proof" reviewed by Jim Santella


Using original compositions that serve as mainstream jazz anthems, drummer Mike Clark has created a program around his taste for rhythmic drive and small band creativity. Fusion, funk and ballads sit under the umbrella of Clark’s design; however, they’re tempered with tradition. Fluid trumpet and tenor saxophone solos grace “The Viper" accompanied by just the acoustic ...


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