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Album · 2016

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Tracklist

1 The Mind Reader 4:52
2 Mystical 4:49
3 Urban Soul 5:01
4 You're in My Dreams 5:51
5 Something Sweet 5:22
6 The Holyman, Pt. 1 & 2 5:45
7 Deep 4:04
8 Don't Look Back 3:26
9 Angie 3:22
10 The Eye of the Storm 6:16

Line-up/Musicians

Guitar, Sitar [Electric Sitar] – Albare
Keyboards, Piano, Programmed By – Phil Turcio

About this release

Alfi ‎– ALFI11216 (US)

Thanks to snobb for the addition

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kev rowland
The collaboration between Albare and Phil Turcio started 27 years ago when Albert Dadon – aka Albare – was looking for a new pianist for his band. At the time, Phil had just turned 18. Albare recalls, “He was not even the youngest member of the band then; our drummer just turned 17.” “These guys sounded so good, it was a pleasure already to play with them.” Phil explains that he and Albare hear music in the same way, “Everything I throw at Albare comes back as if I would have played it myself.” Albare and Phil Turcio have now formed a new band with just the two of them, with Albare providing guitars and sitar, and Phil providing keyboards, piano and programming.

Each time I play this I think of George Benson, and the smooth jazz scene from the late Seventies. There is a strong relationship between the two musicians, with fluid soloing and harmonisation between the lead instruments, and the feeling is of two guys just relaxing and having fun with what they are doing. The stand out song is a cover, namely an emotional and delicate take on “Angie”, which almost deconstructs the original as it turns it into something very special indeed. It is a song I have always enjoyed, and I prefer this to the original, such is its power. Overall, this is a good album to wind down to at the end of the day, and although this isn’t my favourite form of jazz, they certainly do it well.

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