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Two of the most established guitarists on today's jazz scene, Kevin Eubanks and Stanley Jordan tackle covers and originals while trading off on a variety of guitar, bass, and piano parts with some overdubbing. Neither player has stuck to the confines of jazz, and the covers here range from Adele’s “Someone Like You” to the spiritual “A Child Is Born” to a brief take on Miles Davis’ “Blue in Green.” The aptly named original “Old School Jam” crackles with energy, while the moody “Vibes” is quite relaxed. While Jordan is known for his “touch” technique, his overall playing here is lovely but often more conventional sounding.

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Extra Special from 2 Master Musicians

I listen to lots of various kinds of music and this is exceptional. These artists are so adept at letting the music go where it will...and they have the skills to facilitate the music's flow. Excellent album!

What I think....

From a college-taught, life-long jazz enthusiast.... I really enjoyed the depth and variety these wonderful musicians bring to the covers...and the way the emotions are depicted through the aural art....very moving. I was touched. Thanks!

Biography

Born: November 15, 1957 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An adept guitarist with a bent toward contemporary jazz, Kevin Eubanks is best known for leading Jay Leno's Tonight Show Band. Born in 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Eubanks grew up in a musical family along with his older brother, trombonist Robin, and younger brother, trumpeter Duane -- his uncle is pianist Ray Bryant. A talented musician by his teens, Eubanks eventually studied music at Berklee College of Music in Boston. After graduating, he played with a bevy of name musicians including...
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