Cody Carpenter’s Interdependence


This wonderful piece of music is something that you HAVE TO HEAR! This is a fine example of progressive rock mixing with jazz & fusion. While Cody Carpenter doing his great playing on keyboards (& guitars), you get Jimmy Haslip putting some great bass track that just talk to you. Jimmy is the perfect companion for Cody’s project. You also have Scott Seiver on drums keeping the rhythm section solid. This album reminds me of a keyboard version of Jeff Beck during his “Wired” years. This album took me by surprise & is highly recommended. I give this 5 out of 5 Music Guru Stars.


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