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Yesterday's Dreams

Alphonso Johnson

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Yesterday's Dreams-Alphonso Johnson

Unique and imaginative effort for Alphonso J.,, but considering his star personnel, I expected more. Album is inconsistent musically. Standout cuts are "Love's the Way I Feel...." with Dianne Reeves(vocals) and maybe "Scapegoat". Mike Clarke ( from Headhunter's) was featured on drums but he couldn't lay the funk like he did with Herbie. "One to One" is probably the best jazz-rock styled instrumental overall. Alphonso is still a force to be reckoned with on bass, especially that Bass-stick version of the instrument and his compositions are definitely innovative. He's got to kick up more memorable melodies next time out.

Biography

Born: 1951 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

After a short stint on trombone, Alphonso Johnson took up the electric bass in 1968. His early gigs included time with Horace Silver, Woody Herman (1972), Chuck Mangione (1973), and Chet Baker. Johnson rose to fame while touring and recording three albums with Weather Report (1974-1976). This was followed by stints with Billy Cobham (1976-1977), Flora Purim, and the Crusaders. Johnson's funky lines...
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