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by The Brian Landrus Kaleidoscope

“Top 10 Jazz Album of the Year: This is a very modern, very organic sort of jazz fusion, with no regard for the boundaries that separate jazz, rock, pop, and R&B.” – Steve Greenlee, Boston Globe
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Striped Phase
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2. Like the Wind
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3. Beauty
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4. I Promise
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5. Capsule
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6. 71 & On the Road
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7. Wide Sky
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8. Now
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Album Notes
Brian Landrus - Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Bass Flute
Michael Cain - Rhodes, Piano, Electric Bass
Nir Felder - Guitar
Matthew Parish - Acoustic Bass
Rudy Royston - Drums

“Baritone sax and bass clarinet ace Brian Landrus takes a refreshing, modernist approach to the jazz quintet... an exciting voice on the big horn.” – Bill Milkowski, Jazz Times

“Top 10 Jazz Album of the Year: This is a very modern, very organic sort of jazz fusion, with no regard for the boundaries that separate jazz, rock, pop, and R&B.” – Steve Greenlee, Boston Globe

“Fresh voices on the baritone saxophone are rare these days; Brian Landrus, a fine practitioner of the low-end horn, gathers together impressive collaborators....” – Steve Futterman, The New Yorker

“A sleek new disc with shades of funk and electronica.” – Hank Shteamer, Time Out New York

“Landrus can get way out when he wants or lay back in a highly accessible groove, too. It’s rare to hear that kind of flexibility and eclecticism these days when specialization comes all too soon to the young players.” – The Jazz Breakfast (UK)

“Surges through the tracks with seemingly casual, but in the end, irresistible, energy..”Bill Donaldson,Cadence


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