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Album Review

Stop Time is the sixth album to Jon Regen's name but it's better to view the 2015 release as the sequel to 2011's Revolution. On that record, the pianist eased over from jazz to a pop/rock that recalled the melodic, keyboard-fueled singer/songwriters of the '70s — think Billy Joel crossed with echoes of Boz Scaggs and Steely Dan — but with a more sophisticated swing. With Stop Time, Regen goes even further into pop, sharpening his songs while deepening his groove. With regard to the latter, he's assisted by the crackerjack rhythm section of drummer Pete Thomas and bassist Davey Faragher — aka Elvis Costello's Imposters, minus Steve Nieve — and producer Mitchell Froom helps give Stop Time an elasticity that shifts between saloon songs, exquisitely detailed pop, and casual shuffles like the title track. Throughout it all, Regen is the star: possessing a sly wit and nimble touch, he slides into lyrical solos without losing sight of his songs, a skill that gives this album a rich, lasting resonance.

Customer Reviews

Jazz + Better

Jazz is typically only for genuine jazz fans... This album is jazz infused with just enough pop to make it fun, catchy, but... With all the talent and snazzy licks that make it a true jazz album! Sooooo good!!!

Solid Jazz piano meets beautifully crafted pop songwriting

It was with great pleasure to discover Jon Regen and his wonderful feel for pop songwriting. The arrangements are pure, simple and well crafted. Coupled with sophisticated melody, rhythm, and chord voicing that Jon's solid jazz background brings to the mix - the feel is alive and fresh. Every song on this album is a little gem, intimate and real. Hints of Hornsby, Billy Joel, Randy Newman come to mind. Mitchell Froom's understated production quality is superb along with Pete Thomas and Davey Faragher providing the perfect amount of backup rhythm. Nice to hear songwriting is alive and well !

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