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Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 1

Label: Talking House Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: In The House; Like That; 10th Ave. 1957; Past Lives; Thanks Len; Loft Funk; Clark Kent; Conchita's Dance; Morning Becomes Electra; I Want To Talk About You.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Clark: Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 1

Read "Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 1" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

When Mike Clark's name comes up in conversation, most people recall his brilliant playing and funk fusion grooves on Herbie Hancock's Thrust (Columbia/Legacy, 1974). While “Actual Proof" and a slew of other terrific tracks have cemented Clark's reputation as a drummer with chops to spare, this particular period of his musical life has often pigeonholed him. ...

Blueprints of Jazz, Volume 1

Label: Talking House Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: In the House; Like That; 10th Ave. 1957; Past Lives; Thanks Len; Loft Funk; Clark Kent; Conchita's Dance; Morning Became Electra; I Want to Talk About You.

Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 2

Label: Talking House Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Africa Revisited; Knowledge of Self; Another Kind of Thoroughbred; Thoughts and Slow Actions; Time and Time Again; Who Here Can Judge Our Fates?; Amazing Grace; Cast the First Stone? (...If You Yourself Have No Sins); Oh...If Only.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Billy Harper: Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 2

Read "Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 2" reviewed by George Kanzler

Tenor saxophonist Billy Harper has been keeping the jazz fires kindled by the ritualistic, incantatory side of the classic John Coltrane Quartet stoked and burning bright for over a quarter-century. Here Harper's working quintet, augmented by a second bassist, presents a program redolent of the processional and the chant. Over it all, Harper's coruscating, brawny tenor ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Clark: Blueprints of Jazz, Volume 1

Read "Blueprints of Jazz, Volume 1" reviewed by Elliott Simon

For their Blueprints of Jazz series, Talking House Records decided to give free studio reign to individuals who have significantly influenced modern jazz but, for whatever reason, have not been given their due. Drummer Mike Clark has influenced several generations since his time with keyboardist Herbie Hancock's Headhunters and inaugurated the series. While additional releases showcase ...

Strange Toys

Label: Talking House Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Sling Shot; Axis; Kaleidoscope; Transition; Tug of War; Dervish; Ink Blot; Blue Kite; Livre; Waiting; Rainkids; Air & Angels; Vermont Rules; Trottola.

Sweet Water Soul

Label: Talking House Records
Released: 2008


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