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Album Review

You're just as likely to hear tenor saxophonist and session man Andy Snitzer with the likes of Paul Simon and the Rolling Stones, but here he surrounds himself with some of the finest in straightahead jazz: pianist/organist Alain Mallet, bassist James Genus, and drummer Clarence Penn. Snitzer's debt to hard-swinging soul-jazz — more specifically, the late Stanley Turrentine — is immediately clear on the title track and on two blues tunes, "T. Time" and "Mr. Groove." Rollins and Coltrane also figure into the story, on "Moritat" (aka "Mack the Knife"), "Blue Seven," and "Blue Train." The two rock ballads, "Wild Horses" by the Stones and "A Song for You" by Leon Russell, don't really go anywhere; Snitzer is heard to better advantage on "You Don't Know What Love Is." A fun but not essential listen. ~ David R. Adler, Rovi


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Contemporary jazz saxophonist/composer Andy Snitzer was born and raised in Philadelphia; although his first instrument was the clarinet, he turned to the sax at age 15, going on to study music at the University of Miami. There he was discovered by Bob James, touring behind the keyboardist and appearing on a series of albums beginning with 1987's Obsession; Snitzer concurrently earned his MBA at New York University, landing a position at the J.P. Morgan Investment firm while also emerging as a sought-after...
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