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The more relaxed bossa nova track "Touch The Fog" features guest Stefon Harris playing vibes with a percussive style and nice solo vibes. Listeners will also find a very lyrical and dynamic performance by Jeff Clayton on flute, and an impressive flugelhorn contribution from Terrell Stafford. Wycliffe Gordon joins the ensemble on "This Ain't Nothing But A Party" and every word of the title is true. I'd have to say that it's hard to pick a favorite on this album, but this is probably mine, as it's funky and smooth, with plenty of swagger and a sax solo that just sings to you. Gerald Clayton tickles the ivory keys well with a slamming solo.
"Stefon Fetchin' It" is exactly what the name implies. The track really allows Harris to shine on vibes, with Wycliffe Gordon also chiming in. It's a very technically sound piece that's performed to perfection. Nice horns and percussion!Read more ›
The second half of the album begins with Compton showcasing his arrangement of Bill Monroe's "Old Ebenezer Scrooge.Read more ›
The Gathering is the ideal way to become more familiar with Jorn Lande's work. It features remixed and in some cases totally rerecorded versions of songs from his early solo albums as well as some side projects. I'm not usually a fan of artists reworking their previous material, but I think Jorn does it well here.
Here's what you get:
From Jorn's 3rd album Out to Every Nation are Something Real, Young Forever, and One Day We Will Put Out the Sun. The somewhat silly bonus track Big from the Japanese import of Out to Every Nation is also included, which makes this of particular interest to those of us who weren't willing to pay the import price for that one song.
From Jorn's 2nd album Worldchanger are Bridges Will Burn, Tungur Knivur, Sunset Station, House of Cards, Worldchanger, and Christine.
From Jorn's debut album Starfire are Gate of Tears and Abyss of Evil.
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Phenomenal. Perhaps the most real Christmas album I have ever heardPublished 1 month ago by John R.
Collaboration among musical artists is a wonderful thing. This is one of my favorite CD's. The music wraps around your body like a comfortable blanket and soothes your mind and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Brian Hanson
I had heard a few songs posted to YOUTUBE and really liked them. so I ordered it. The music touched my heart, made me sing and tap my foot. Isn't this what its all about?Published on January 7, 2014 by Jeff
After recently hearing the Clayton Brothers perform live I sought out this recording and am very happy with it. It arrived new and I have listened often to it. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Brian Dailey
I was listening to a local radio station and heard Friday Struttin' and had to have it! I didn't expect the rest of the album to be just as amazing! Love these guys. Read morePublished on February 17, 2013 by P.K.Mardak
I love this as a Christmas story as well as a Christmas album. It has become a family favorite! It amazes me the beautiful music and lyrics that pour from the creative mind of... Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Come to think of it, I don't even know if I spelled "aficionado" correctly. But I am a jazz enthusiast. Read morePublished on January 24, 2013 by Joseph Palka
Yet another great CD from Jorn! I"m so glad that a co-worker was listening to this band, when I went to talk to him! Now, I've got two CD's and I'm loving them!Published on January 22, 2013 by Camas Mom