Month: May 2004

Al Garcia

Make It So

An Abstractlogix.com favorite, fusion bassist Al Garcia has successfully merged classical, jazz and rock elements on this brilliant record. A diverse pallet full of tonal and textural colors has been created by this wonderful player. »

The Moon is Falling

The Moon is Falling

It is always exciting to receive fresh new material from musicians, and that?s exactly what we got from guitar virtuoso Joel Hoekstra. This promising young musician came to us through our Bitches Brew buddies from down under with high recommendations. Joel’s latest features his unique guitar stylings playing his own compositions. Joel is backed by the extraordinary Virgil Donati and premier ... »

Steve Topping

Steve Topping

AL: Your music seems to contain so many disparate elements, but brought together you hear Mahavishnu, Hendrix and even Holdsworth? This is especially so on Adrenalin. Is this intentional- a confluence of influences? ST: I love music so much. It is my life. I’m an electric guitar player but I have always been close to Western art music. It contains so many great gifts to the world. Having sai... »

Terri Lyne Carrington

Terri Lyne Carrington Interview

Jazz drummer Terry Lyne Carrington was born in Medford, Massachusetts in 1965. She developed a reputation as a child prodigy jamming with jazz veterans Dizzy Gillespie, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Oscar Peterson, Joe Williams and many more. At 7 she was given her first set of drums which had belonged to her grandfather, Matt Carrington, who had played with Fats Waller and Chuck Berry. After studying priv... »

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