Gary ‘Roscoe’ Murphy discusses Leviathan, a lost Elektra album and the chances they’ll reunite in a Something Else! Sitdown with Steve Elliott.
Archive for March, 2017
A failed attempt to make Motley Crue relevant again, ‘Generation Swine’ is just a bad all-around record.
Jü is a band with plenty of potency with the intelligence of knowing when and where to apply it. ‘Summa’ builds on that solid start with Kjetil Møster to take their game up even higher.
‘Chants And Corners’ is an offshoot of recent Rob Mazurek endeavors, tweaking prior ideas and recycling supporting musicians in different combinations.
This wasn’t just any opera; this was the Florentine Opera Company presentation of Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni.’ But that meant little to me, I confess.
Through the song is is undeniably Toto and undeniably brilliant, “Lea” is bittersweet for me.
Eric Bibb’s awareness-raising ‘Migration Blues’ soothes the soul as it kindles the mind.
Roxy Coss shines brightly on ‘Chasing The Unicorn’ because this talented saxophonist and composer shines in so many areas.
‘Decaying Orbit’ — the song and the album — fulfills the promise of its members’ respective legacies and furthers the legacy of its worldly leader, guitarist Dan Phillips.
Truth is, funk-jazz keyboardist, composer and producer Jeff Lorber has been prototyping since the late ’70s.