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  • Audio CD (September 28, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B00474ABX6
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #596,431 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Serenity Now
2. Meet Me at the Polo Grounds
3. Curtis
4. Bobby White in the City
5. The Habit Kick
6. Jimena
7. Littlest Number
8. The Border at Pachacan
9. Autumn City Portrait
10. One
11. Brass Suite 1970
12. Mo City Kid
13. Hallelujah

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Heather on December 3, 2010
Clouser goes for a circa-1970 psychedelic pop-jazz groove---one tune is even titled "Brass Suite 1970"---that recalls similar albums from that time frame, like Quincy Jones' Walking In Space and Herbie Hancock's Fat Albert Rotunda as well some liked-minded contemporaries such as the groovy-jazz band from San Francisco, Mushroom. "Serenity Now" sets that tone with an easy-going groove where Clouser arrangements has him alternately playing off the horns and with them. The tune nearly breaks down into free jazz in the middle of it before regrouping and finds its groove again; signaling that Clouser doesn't intend to play it safe. But he picks and chooses his spots to spring any surprises.
There's also more explicit nods to stars of that past era; "Curtis" salutes Curtis Mayfield, who was not only adept and constructing memorable, sophisticated grooves, but was one of the few RnB giants to do so from the perspective of a guitarist. As the only song not penned by Clouser, the 1969 Three Dog Night hit "One" is covered relatively straight, allowing the strength of Harry Nilsson's composition to shine through, although Clouser raises the intensity for a moment with a firmly rockin' solo.
There's a few nice diversions that mixes things up. "The Border At Pachacan" is a party Latin jazz in the style of Pancho Sanchez, and "Bobby White In The City" is red-hot bebop with a crisp, theme that skillfully dances the dividing line between harmonious and dissonant. The lilting ballad "Jimena" contains some invested licks from Clouser as well as an appropriately light horn arrangement. "Littlest Number" is a lot like what you'd hear from John Scofield when he gets into his Big Easy mode.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Garrison on July 25, 2011
Now I must say the first reaction I had when I heard this CD was.....wow...who is this!!! And when I said that I meant it to be positively affirmative. Yes!!!Yes!!!Yes!!!Guitarist Todd Clouser incorporates so many sounds in his music, funk, jazz and sometimes he takes it to another level and becomes esoteric. He will break out into these avant garde sounds and then he slows it down to give you a bit of soft and tender. He is very much influenced by Curtis Mayfield and he composed a wonderful tune in honor of this creative musical genius who should always be remembered for his contribution to music. It is toe tapping, finger snapping music that will keep you moving. Todd obviously wanted to go for it so he did. He is all over the moving musical map. All in all I say this CD is truly electric!!! To learn more about Todd Clouser visit the Todd Clouser website and listen to the Onlinewithandrea interview with Todd.

Andrea Garrison
Host/Producer Onlinewithandrea
Author/Producer The Crossing Over Of Mattie Pearl
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