Category Archives: Fusion

Brian Tarquin & Co. ~ Orlando In Heaven

  This release from Brian Tarquin along with some guests including Larry Coryell (his last recording before his death, this year), Chris Poland, Hal Lindes, Mike Stern, Tony Franklin, Phil Naro, & more, is for the victims of the Pulse … Continue reading

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Yang ~ The Failure of Words

  If you’re looking for a good instrumental album with a progressive feel to it, then you’ve come to the right place. This sounds a bit Math Prog Rock to me, but, it works. The musicians are a talented bunch. … Continue reading

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Aisles ~ Hawaii

The new album from Aisles, while not quite what I expected from this band, is still rather good. This is a 2 CD set, but, in my opinion, could have been a 1 CD set & would have worked out … Continue reading

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RESOLUTION ~ MEHMET ALI SANLIKOL & WHATSNEXT?

  This album is a jazz combo which features multi-instrumentalist Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, who writes in both contemporary classical & jazz. You can really hear it on this album as well. The album starts off with a fast paced track … Continue reading

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King Llama ~ Return To Ox

  Another in the line of Jazz Fusion CD’s, which goes to show you just what a wide range we still have in talent that’s still out there. This is most definately a guitar album, but, on 2 tracks the … Continue reading

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MJ 12

  MJ 12 is a prog fusion band which to me seems more like jazz. Featuring the bass playing of Percy Jones from Brand X, which you can definately hear in this band. MJ 12 is named after Majestic 12, … Continue reading

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David Ellington ~ Marbles From A Drawer

  A beautiful opening to this album comes from “Goin’ To Church”. I love the flow & feel of this instrumental opening of this great disc. There are only 8 tracks on this, & I wish there were more. David … Continue reading

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