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Label: Blue Bamboo Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Stern Language; Melody's Milieu; Tea for Two; When the Levee Breaks; To Be Continued; Into It; Wholly-O; Jitterbug Waltz; Jam; Spirit of God.

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Carol Morgan: Retroactive

Read "Retroactive" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

After two well-behaved, straight-ahead, and positively reviewed recordings-- Opening (Blue Bamboo Music, 2010) and Blue Glass Music (Blue Bamboo Music, 2011)--Texas-cum-New York City trumpeter Carol Morgan decides to take a walk on a wilder side with Retroactive: a mostly electronic affair prominently featuring guitarists Mike Stern and Chris Cortez as well as one Jeff Sipe (Apt. ...

Retroactive

Label: Nugroove Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Shaft; All For You; Retroactive; Nassau Blue; Hot Fun In The Summertime; In The Works; Saturday Afternoon; Amagine That; Big Bang; H2O.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alan Hewitt: Retroactive

Read "Retroactive" reviewed by Dee Dee McNeil

The CD artwork to Alan Hewitt's Retroactive looks like a reproduction from the old TV series, Miami Vice. Hewitt is dressed in a white suit with V-neck T-shirt, shades and shoulder-length blond hair. As a pianist and smooth jazz keyboardist, he travels on a flashback journey in both his attire and music. Hewitt opens ...


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