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The ever-evolving, genre-defying collaboration between Medeski Martin & Wood and John Scofield continues to flourish. Since first convening almost 17 years ago, Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood's kinship both onstage and off has fostered an escalating degree of musical interplay, exquisitely captured on Juice their third studio album available September 16, 2014, via Medeski Martin & Wood's Indirecto imprint.
Juice combines the group's signature grooves with a newfound lyrical melodicism over a program of original compositions and four covers including a powerful hymn-like version of Bob Dylan's The Times They Are A-Changin' and a dizzying dub deconstruction of Cream's Sunshine of Your Love. Throughout, Juice showcases the quartet's dynamic interplay and razor-sharp improvisational acumen.
Reacting to each other is really what it's about, says Scofield, and that's what makes this music work. We've gotten to the point where we can come together and make something that is identifiable and organic, yet it's growing and changing all the time.
When funky ex-Miles Davis guitarist John Scofield recruited Medeski Martin & Wood for his 1997 album, A Go Go, a new dimension opened up. Sco s irresistible lines flow through the trio s array of electronic effects like a sonic braid. --Seattle Times
|1. Sham Time|
|2. North London|
|3. Louis the Shoplifter|
|4. Juicy Lucy|
|5. I Know You|
|7. Light My Fire|
|8. Sunshine Of Your Love|
|10. The Times They Are a-Changin|
|11. Brigas Nunca Mais|
|12. Timmy Bobbins|
This is an awesome album. I absolutely recommend it to any jazz lover.Published 2 months ago by John L. Lockwood Jr.
I've had the pleasure of working with two of these great musicians- John Scofield and Chris Wood. The week before I went to their Atlanta gig, I bought the record, and was not... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Keep It Real