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Pieces of a Dream

Scott Grooves

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Album Review

Scott Grooves' long affinity for jazz comes through loud and clear on his debut album for Soma. Featuring an update of Wes Montgomery's "Bumpin' on Sunset" (here titled "Bumpin' on the Underground") and a soaring version of Lonnie Liston Smith's classic "Expansions" (recorded with Roy Ayers on vibes), Pieces of a Dream incorporates soul, disco, funk and house into a primal brew of jazz-fusion. "The Mothership Re-Connection" incorporates a live Parliament gig — with the permission of George Clinton himself, and recorded at his own Detroit Disc Studios — while the single "A New Day" translates an epic piano riff into a European dancefloor hit. All told, Pieces of a Dream is a soulful epic, just as noteworthy coming from Detroit as anywhere else.

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Yet another young name to add to the roster of soulful Detroit techno proteges who work in elements of house, Scott Grooves played keyboards for Kevin Saunderson's Inner City before working on production under his own name, with singles and an LP for Soma Records. While Grooves was growing up, his jazz-musician father influenced him to begin playing drums, keyboards and guitar. Though he continued to stress his musicianship, Grooves' time with Inner City and working in Record Time — Detroit's...
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