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Simon Phillips – Protocol 4 (2017)

Simon Phillips – Protocol 4 (2017)

‘Protocol 4’ is another example of how Simon Phillips never rests on his laurels.

Hiromi – Spark (2016)

Hiromi – Spark (2016)

‘Spark’ is Hiromi’s fourth go aorund with a formula that might get a little tiresome by now if she wasn’t so danged daring and exuberant in how she goes about it.

Simon Phillips – Protocol III (2015)

Simon Phillips – Protocol III (2015)

Simon Phillips and his Protocol collaborators have nothing to prove, yet deliver another no-holds-barred jazz fusion album.

Billie Rainbird – Deep Blue (2015)

Billie Rainbird – Deep Blue (2015)

Billie Rainbird’s debut album, produced by former Toto drummer Simon Phillips, emerges as something diverse, thought provoking and memorable.

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Jazz and Fusion Jazz): Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Jazz and Fusion Jazz): Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 in jazz and fusion, including the Breithaupt Brothers, Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom and Miguel Zenon.

Simon Phillips, “Moments of Fortune” from Protocol II (2014): One Track Mind

Simon Phillips, “Moments of Fortune” from Protocol II (2014): One Track Mind

Simon Phillips’ “Moments of Fortune” says a lot about what the ex-Toto drummer hopes to accomplish on his own.

Preston Frazier’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Rock, Pop and Jazz): Simon Phillips, Kere Buchanan, Nathan East, Oz Noy, Judith Owen, Toto

Preston Frazier’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Rock, Pop and Jazz): Simon Phillips, Kere Buchanan, Nathan East, Oz Noy, Judith Owen, Toto

Already, we’ve heard so much great stuff from the Toto family tree of music.

Intelligent Music Project II, with Joseph Williams, Simon Phillips and John Lawton (2014): Something Else! exclusive premiere

Intelligent Music Project II, with Joseph Williams, Simon Phillips and John Lawton (2014): Something Else! exclusive premiere

Joseph Williams and Simon Phillips worked together in Toto for four years.

Hiromi – Alive (2014)

Hiromi – Alive (2014)

Ahmad Jamal once said Hiromi “has discovered her own genre.” He was on to something.

‘It will take some doing for me to better that’: John Wetton remembers Battle Lines

Originally issued 20 years ago, this album found John Wetton beginning anew as a solo artist.

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