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Prototype

Label: Shanachie Records
Released: 2017

Prototype

Label: Shanachie Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Hyperdrive; Prototype; Test Drive; What’s the Deal; Vienna; The Badness; Hidden Agenda; Gucci; Park West; River Song

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeff Lorber Fusion: Prototype

Read "Prototype" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

Fusion. Is there a dirtier word to the refined ears of the jazz connoisseur? For them the sound of their sacred music mashed up with low-brow rock or common R n' B rhythms must be as harsh and annoying as sharpened nails dragging across a blackboard. Well, suck it up, buttercups, because Prototype is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wallace Roney: Prototype

Read "Prototype" reviewed by George Harris

Like Sonny Stitt with Bird, Paul Quinichette with Prez, and Jon Faddis with Diz, Wallace Roney has been cursed (or blessed) with a tone and style hauntingly similar to a more famous blueprint, in this case Miles Davis. Previously trapped with endless comparisons, Roney is starting to break free by placing himself in musical milieus that ...

Prototype

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Cyberspace; 2. Shadow Dance; 3. Prototype; 4. Then And Now; 5. Let's Stay Together; 6. Quadrant; 7. Three Views Of The Blues; 8. Secret Identity.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wallace Roney: Prototype

Read "Prototype" reviewed by John Kelman

On Prototype , his first album in four years, trumpeter Wallace Roney continues to develop ideas begun on Village ('97) and No Room For Argument ('00). That is to say, as the liner notes describe, “Miles' playing and his album Nefertiti as one link; Weather Report as the compositional link; Mwandishi (pianist Herbie Hancock groundbreaking early ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wallace Roney: Prototype

Read "Prototype" reviewed by Russ Musto

Prototype is Wallace Roney's latest effort to blaze innovative new trails within the musical territory first explored by Miles Davis. The music that Roney and company put forth is simultaneously visceral and creative--revolutionary, but cognizant of popular tastes. The group--Roney's wife Geri Allen on piano, brother Antoine on saxophones, Davis alumnus Adam Holzman on keyboards, Matt ...

Prototype

Label: Avant
Released: 2000
Track listing: Of Passage; Slide Rule; My New Puppy; There Goes The Neighborhood; The Prototype; Adapted; Chief Of Police; Frozen Fire; Wild Seed; Where We Stand.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Harriet Tubman: Prototype

Read "Prototype" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The second ‘strange meeting’ between the members of the thumping power trio known as Harriet Tubman was recorded live in New York, Finland, and The Netherlands. Why bassist Melvin Gibbs choose to reincarnate his previous band Power Tools can be answered by noting the sales of powered amps and woofers over the past decade. Gibbs, guitarist ...

Prototype

Label: Philips
Released: 1974


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