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Ray Russell - Now, More Than Ever (2013) Lossless

21-09-2013, 15:45
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Ray Russell - Now, More Than Ever (2013) Lossless

Artist: Ray Russell
Title Of Album: Now, More Than Ever
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Abstract Logix
Genre: Jazz Fusion
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 47:32 min
Total Size: 316 MB


01 - The Island
02 - Shards Of Providence
03 - Way Back Now
04 - Slow Day
05 - Suddenly, They Are Gone
06 - Rubber Chicken Diner
07 - Odd Way Out
08 - Cab In The Rain

A bona fide guitar hero in his native England, Ray Russell bridges musical worlds on Now, More Than Ever, his potent debut on the Abstract Logix label. Russell's latest release comes seven years after his last studio recording, Goodbye, Svengali, the innovative guitarist's heartfelt tribute to the late Gil Evans. Featuring an all-star cast, including drummer Gary Husband and bassists Jimmy Johnson, Mo Foster and Anthony Jackson, this bold outing straddles that no man's land between rock power and unfettered jazz improvisation while conjuring up ethereal guitar synth soundscapes along the way. Now, More Than Ever stands as one of the more dynamic outings in Russell's extensive discography. Fans of John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Allan Holdsworth and Terje Rypdal will want to check out this latest triumph from one of fusion's great innovators. The creator of such groundbreaking and seminal jazz-rock works as 1968's Turn Circle and 1969's Dragon Hill, guitarist-composer Russell emerged on a fertile '60s London music scene as a ubiquitous session musician, along with fellow six-stringers John McLaughlin and Jimmy Page. Though Russell has an abundance of recordings to his credit, from small group sessions to soundtrack recordings for movies and TV, Now, More Than Ever stands as a primer for the wide stylistic swath that this inspired artist continues to cut with his trusty six-string in hand.

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