Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
1975

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
21.12.2017

Label: MPS

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Fusion

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FLAC 88.2 $ 10,20
  • 1Free Zone06:52
  • 2Q05:29
  • 3Lila Faye06:31
  • 4Feel the Pain10:07
  • 5Carlsbad05:32
  • 6Keyzop05:46
  • Total Runtime40:17

Info zu Keyzop (Remastered)

Once again Don “Sugarcane” Harris teams up with his musical brother, LA keyboardist Dewey Terry, and German guitar giant Volker Kriegel returns to the band. On this album there are no overdubs as Harris concentrates on violin and hands over the bass chair to Gunther Lenz, who first made an imprint on the jazz world as member of the legendary Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet. American Todd Canedy, whose working credentials include Horace Parlan and Wolfgang Dauner, holds down the drum chair. Harris and Terry supply the compositions with a mix of jazz, funk, and blues. There’s a bluesy jazz feel on Free Zone, with Don, Dewey, and Volker all having their say. Q dips deep into the funk, with violin, keyboards and guitar. The hard backbeat and strong shuffle rhythm of Lila Faye propel Harris, Kriegel and Terry through some outstanding solos, while an emotive up-swell courses through the solos on Feel The Pain. There’s an upbeat feel on the jazz waltz Carlsbad, which centers around Sugarcane’s amazing violin pyrotechnics, and Keyzop comes off as a rock ’n’ roll instrumental classic. Great band, great tunes, and great solos – this rates as one of Sugercane’s best.

Don "Sugarcane" Harris, violin
Volker Kriegel, guitar
Dewey Terry, piano
Günter Lenz, bass
Todd Canedy, drums

Digitally remastered



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