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Jazz that GROOVES!!!

What more can I say? It feels so traditional, yet ever more simplified than any acoustic jazz I've heard before or since. Being a drummer, I'm a little biased in who I pay attention to in album reviews, but I can't help it. Since discovering this group, Kenny Wollesen is without a doubt one of my absolute favorites, moreso for his work on the album "Solid Sender", but this album is still amazing. The cover of prince's "Sign o' the Times" is really groove-alicious. Medeski rocks the Hammond masterfully on this one. I really like "Been It". That tune grooves so hard, and can't help but elicit a stiff upper lip from the listener. Sounds corny, but 'tis true. Try it. The cover of "Live and Let Die" is without a doubt one of the most beautiful things I've heard, and a high point on the album. The slide trumpet is just dripping with emotion throughout, as is the saxophone. Wollesen keeps a steady groove through the whole tune, but that was enough. It almost sounds anthemaic in a way. All in all, great album by a very underrated band, in my opinion. Get it!


The title speaks.


Genre: Jazz

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

Sex Mob began merely as a setting to feature the slide trumpet of leader Steven Bernstein, but has grown into a band with a much larger mission: to put the fun back in jazz music. After assembling the band (Bernstein, slide trumpet; Briggan Krauss, alto sax; Tony Scherr, bass; Kenny Wollesen, drums), Sex Mob began a residency at the Knitting Factory, playing predominantly originals written by Bernstein. During a special evening of film music, the crowd went crazy for the "James Bond Theme," and Bernstein...
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Din of Inequity, Sex Mob
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: May 07, 1998

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