The Jeff Lorber Fusion Now Is the Time

The first album since 1981 with “Fusion” after Jeff’s name is both a return to the jazz funk keyboardist’s roots in that genre, and an ensemble effort by the baddest mofos out there Jimmy Haslip on bass, Randy Brecker on
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The first album since 1981 with “Fusion” after Jeff’s name is both a return to the jazz-funk keyboardist’s roots in that genre, and an ensemble effort by the baddest mofos out there: Jimmy Haslip on bass, Randy Brecker on Trumpet, and Colaiuta and Weckl on drums, to name a few. The result? Smooth jazz with serious balls. Irene Bauza’s sultry vocals lend select tracks a Brand New Heavies vibe. Groovy and shredding. (Heads Up, lorber.com)

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