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He's A Rockin' Steady Dude!

1st things 1st - What the bleep are you talikin' about Antsy 89!? Perhaps Kick A** Jazz Ain't Your Groove... Sorry - But You're missing out on one of Richard's Grooviest Albums Ever! & I like a lot of his Saxy Releases. I tend to get a bit frustrated with the Smooth Jazz Drum machine. Won't even bother with it if I hear a DM. What a pleasant surprise to hear great druming along with all the other fine Rock Steady Musicians. My favorite here would have to be a toss up between License to Chill & Rock Steady.... oh Move On Up is the hands down top ITunes pick... & it's a swell # - that's for sure... But LTC & RS have that gritty Soul Sax I've grown to love from RE! I used to see RE around the Seattle area quite a bit - Back "In The Name Of Love with MR. Caldwell (remember back in the way back Ol' School days - Kids???).... Chateau St Michelle Winery - July - Sun Blazing - 90+ temps & all the Wine you can handle (moderation was the secret to keeping that there date from blurring out... OMG). There's nothing like a Summer Jazz Weekend @ the Winery. ZOWIE!!! & Richard Nailed it! we've seen him a couple other times... & always love him. I'll rate this one right up there with Ol' John Klemmer's "Touch" (listen to Yaguala) & Gator Barbarie's "Caliente" (License to Chill for example...). Yes ineed - I'm liking this 2009 release. Thanks Richard. When you returning to Seattle?

Richard Moves On Up

I have been waiting DAYS for Rock Steady to become available. Richard Elliot at his best and what a treat to have producer Rick Braun on the horns. Richard is definitely "moving on up!"


I saw Richard perform some of this new material this past weekend at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach Jazz Festival along with Rick Braun and Jonathan Butler. As usual, Richard Elliot was superb as is this new cd! Love the way smooth jazz musicians are paying homage to old school r&b legends from the 60's and 70's! This is Richard Elliot at his soulful best.


Born: January 16, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Jazz

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

Although he's called a "smooth jazz" artist, saxophonist Richard Elliot is equally at home with most rock & roll and the kind of classic R&B performed by the group Tower of Power. For five years in the 1980s, he was a big part of the classic R&B band's horn-based sound. The Scottish-born Elliot was raised in Los Angeles, where he quickly became a fan of classic West Coast R&B. Elliot landed his first job while still a teenager with Natalie Cole and the Pointer Sisters. A few years later, he was tapped...
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