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31-08-2016, 06:54

Title: Oneness
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: Lipstick Records
Genre: Jazz / Fusion
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 54:00 min
Total Size: 123 MB

01. Again
02. Oneness
03. Just Now
04. The Dance of the Soul
05. Sung for You
06. Moon
07. Alone
08. Clouds
09. The Dance of the Soul #3
10. I'm Here
11. You Have to Wait

In the '90s, it seemed that many of jazz's A&R people (as least at the major labels) were interested in either one of two things -- if they weren't going after hard bop-oriented, standards-obsessed "Young Lions" in Armani suites, they were focusing on smooth jazz. Either they were looking for the next Kenny G. or the next Wynton Marsalis. That wasn't good news for fusion, which didn't get any respect from either bop snobs or NAC radio in the '90s. Nonetheless, quality fusion was still being recorded -- you just had to know where to look. And one of the places to look was Lipstick Records, a small independent label that made fusion its main focus during that decade. Released in 1994, this little-known CD by drummer Andrea Marcelli is typical of Lipstick's jazz-rock output. Oneness didn't receive a lot of attention, and it was the only album that Marcelli recorded for Lipstick. Nonetheless, it's a decent effort that employs some noteworthy players, including Allan Holdsworth (electric guitar), Chuck Loeb (electric guitar), Gary Willis (electric bass), Jimmy Johnson (electric bass), and Kei Akagi (acoustic piano). Marcelli, who produced the album and wrote all of the material, isn't a bad composer at all. Nothing groundbreaking occurs, but most of the tracks are likable fusion along the lines of Weather Report, the Yellowjackets, and Chick Corea's Elektric Band. Overall, Marcelli's work tends to be intellectual yet lyrical and melodic, but regrettably, even the disc's most accessible tracks were too spontaneous and improvisatory for NAC/smooth jazz radio; to put it bluntly, Oneness had too much of a brain for the NAC stations of 1994. Not a five-star masterpiece, but certainly respectable, Oneness is worth searching for if you're a die-hard fusion addict. ~ Alex Henderson

Personnel: Andrea Marcelli (clarinet, synthesizer, drums, percussion); Bendik (soprano & tenor saxophones); Gary Thomas (tenor saxophone, flute); Kei Akagi (piano, synthesizer); Mitchel Forman (piano); Mike Mainieri (vibraphone); Ralph Towner (12-string acoustic guitar); Allan Holdsworth (electric & electric baritone guitars); Chuck Loeb (electric guitar); Marc Johnson (acoustic bass); Jimmy Johnson (electric bass); Gary Willis (fretless bass); Frank Colon (skekere, bongos, congas, percussion); Sidinho Moreira, Laudir De Oliveira (congas, cowbells, percussion).

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