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A radical departure for jazz pianist Marc Cary, Rhodes Ahead, Vol. 1 features programmed beats, Moog synthesizers, and, as the title indicates, lots of the Fender Rhodes electric piano. The record has little to do with jazz, but it is a respectable foray into the ever-evolving club/dance genre. Tarus Mateen, one of Cary's like-minded colleagues from the acoustic jazz world, plays a mean electric bass throughout the album. Drummer Terreon Gully, also a jazz player, sits in for the restlessly funky "Transient Treasure" (parts one and two) and the super-slick "Home Comin'." Several guests share drum programming duties with Cary, and trumpet sensation Roy Hargrove contributes suave background vocals to "Inside Your Self (You'll Find Love)." ~ David R. Adler, Rovi


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

Raised in Washington, D.C., Marc Cary has become known as one of the most original jazz pianists in New York. A man of eclectic tastes, Cary has a strong post-bop foundation but has also explored Afro-Cuban rhythms, electronic groove music, and other directions with his various ensembles. Upon arriving in New York, Cary was taken under the wing of Mickey Bass and Beaver Harris. His first big-time gigs came in the early '90s with Arthur Taylor, Betty Carter, and Roy Hargrove. In 1994, he became Abbey...
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