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Album Review

One cannot help but be impressed by the variety on this CD. Guitarist Kenny Carr ranges in style from Larry Carlton and crossover to touches of country music, bluesy jams, and solid straight-ahead jazz. Whenever you think you have this program figured out, Carr throws in another original that contradicts your conclusion. While he uses a core trio with bassist Tom Baldwin and drummer Frank Russo, the guest appearances by organist Jon Dryden and particularly tenor saxophonist Donny McCaslin uplift the music and add a great deal of fire. In the brief liner notes, Carr said that he particularly wanted to highlight the acoustic bass of Tom Baldwin, which he calls a "vital foundation for my melodies." Baldwin plays fine, but it is Carr, stretching from rockish to introspective, R&B-ish to Wes Montgomery, who is responsible for this continually surprising set's wide array of personalities. Well worth searching for.

Customer Reviews

Incredible versatility

I really enjoy this release while commuting. You will get a mix of styles from sensitive acoustic ballad to straight blues. The bass player is the catalyst for the complex melodies of Lost Tuesday which features a sweet solo with echoes of Santana. Smooth Jazz fans (I am one) can expand their musical horizons by hearing all the different styles and unexpected pleasures of this release.

Turn the Page, Kenny Carr
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