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Magical Elements

by Dry Jack

Brothers Chuck and Rich Lamb (keyboards and bass, respectively) and their New York-based jazz-fusion ensemble on their first release for Inner City Records.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Americana Hoedown
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2. Lit Spinners
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3. Laurel's Dream
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4. Magical Elements
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5. Sunday Boogie-Nookie Stomp
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6. Strollin' On Jupiter
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7. Earth Daze
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Album Notes
Dry Jack was a jazz/fusion band of the late 70s and early 80s and had two records on the Inner City label. This is the first, featuring the classic lineup of Chuck Lamb (piano/Fender Rhodes/Mini-Moog/clavinet), brother Rich Lamb (electric bass), Rod Fleeman (electric guitar) and Jon Margolis (drums, percussion). The band played with and opened for the likes of jazz guitar legend Pat Metheny, The Dixie Dreggs, Gino Vinelli, Eddie Jefferson, Freddie Hubbard and McCoy Tyner. Enjoy this classic Inner City album, originally released in 1978.


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Great CD! I bought the LP back in the late 70s and wore it out. I turned a lot of my friends on to it too. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that it is available as a CD. It has aged well and I suspect a lot of folks hearing it for the first time will get a lot of pleasure from listening to it.