Patrick Bradley, Under the Sun
By Robbie Gennet
Thu, 30 Jun 2011


By Robbie Gennet
The music of Patrick Bradley has a vibe that would feel right at home with any Steely Dan fan. With arrangement, production, and added keyboards from Jeff Lorber, Bradley’s sophomore effort is chock full of smooth grooves. Bradley plays mostly acoustic piano and organ with a little Moog thrown in, while Lorber is credited with Rhodes, Clavinet, and synth bass. Drummer Tony Moore locks it down with bassist Alex Al, while David Mann’s tight horn arrangements add flair to standout tracks like the opener “Straight Path” and the funky “Slipstream.” (

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