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Sci-Fi

Label: Wave Folder Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Name; Starlight; Monster; Stardust; Bass Solo.

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Space F!ght: Sci-Fi

Read "Sci-Fi" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Question: what inspires a band called Space F!ght to create a recording called Sci-Fi? Answer: the works of classic science fiction writers such as Isaac Asimov. Question: will such inspirations result in music that's worth listening to, music that excites, that bears repeated listening, that's enjoyable? Answer: yes. Radek Rudnicki, Space F!ght's leader, composer ...

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Sci-Fi

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: Aja, Uhura

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Christian McBride: Sci-Fi

Read "Sci-Fi" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Undeniably a great technician and one of the best jazz bassists of his generation, Christian McBride is so much in demand that he might safely be considered a Paul Chambers for the new millennium. But like many talented men who find themselves viable artists in the role of sidemen, McBride has been inconsistent in his efforts ...

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Article: Album Review

Christian McBride: Sci-Fi

Read "Sci-Fi" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Undeniably a great technician and one of the best jazz bassists of his generation, Christian McBride is so much in demand that he might safely be considered a Paul Chambers for the new millennium. But like many talented men who find themselves viable artists in the role of sidemen, McBride has been inconsistent in his efforts ...


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