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Crunch Time

Label: verBra Records
Released: 2000

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The Bottom Line

Label: Intuition
Released: 2000

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Mysterious Stories

Label: verBra Records
Released: 2000

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Susan Weinert Band: Point of View

Read "Point of View" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Susan Weinert never ceases to amaze me with her growth and versatility as an incredible jazz guitarist and composer. This release has her growing into another new voice in her guitar stylings. This time around I picked up on a certain smoother Gambale feel moreso than Hendersonic crunch. Check out opening track, “Liebman” which calls to ...

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Susan Weinert Band: Crunch Time

Read "Crunch Time" reviewed by John W. Patterson


For rockin’ jazz fusion and passionate jazz guitar, Germany’s Susan Weinert, has my vote as the genre’s reigning queen — Jane Getter being hot on her heels. Weinert is explosive, versatile, power-punching, inventive, brazen yet warmly soulful in a multitude of sensuous chops and furious licks. Be it phrasings, timing sense, instrument voicings, technical soundness, or ...

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Susan Weinert Band: The Bottom Line

Read "The Bottom Line" reviewed by John W. Patterson


This time out, Susan Weinert has mellowed some since her fiery Crunch Time 1994 release. The excellent guitar playing is still everywhere but things are toned down a few notches leaning more towards straight up jazz with less crunchy-edged fusion. Weinert's acoustic guitar and Martin Weinert's acoustic bass works well in the melding of electric and ...

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Susan Weinert Band: Mysterious Stories

Read "Mysterious Stories" reviewed by John W. Patterson


This the Susan Weinert Band's debut release, (as far as I know). Mysterious Stories has a Pat Metheny, Wayne Johnson, (hear it on the mellow “Feel free to come by any time you want"), or Birelli LaGrene feel in many places with brief flourishes of either Scott Henderson or Frank Gambale. Martin Weinert's bass and doublebass ...


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