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Album Review

On their third release for the MAMA Foundation, the B Sharp Jazz Quartet was clearly looking to stretch their appeal beyond a jazz audience. The opening and closing verbal narrations are rather forgettable if harmless and a few of the numbers are more groove-oriented than one might expect. However the band has not given up its left-of-center nature and there are plenty of stirring improvisations by Randall Willis (doubling on tenor and soprano) and pianist-organist Rodney Lee while bassist Osama Afifi and drummer Herb Graham Jr. (who co-leads the group with Willis) offer fine support. Most memorable are such originals as "Twelve Tone Blue," "How Dare You," "Church Bells" and the brooding "Nami."

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

The B Sharp Quartet made a strong impression with their recordings for the MAMA Foundation label. Consisting of drummer Herb Graham, Jr., Randall Willis on reeds, pianist Eliot Douglass (later replaced by Rodney Lee), and bassist Reggie Carson, the L.A.-based group played...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: May 23, 1996

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