Jazzy, funky, and eclectic set from the bass master and his friends. I listened to this CD three times the first day I got it and it gets better with every listen. My favorite tunes are "Compared To That", "If Ray Brown Was A Cowboy", "Hayride" (w/Bela Fleck), and a brilliant take on the Chicago classic "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?". The creativity and musicianship are top-notch ....... treat yourself to this CD!
They'll never play this one in an elevator unless Otis invents one with swinging doors. Brian Bromberg hasn't made an album in awhile now that swings so hard, swings so audaciously and quite so sweet. For this, his 20th solo collection, he has assembled a ten piece horn section that plays tight, play bright and struts it. The strings provide the canvas for Bromberg to paint on, but believe me, he doesn't just color outside the lines, he gets some on the walls. It's hard charging, straight ahead, flammable ..