If you''ve ever heard a person finish another''s thought, you know that
those two people are on the same wavelength. If Nichols and Zupe are
not twin brothers in this life, they probably were in another. They
are certainly on the same wavelength musically. Throughout this
recording, the keyboard finishes or echoes the guitar player''s idea
and vice versa. These guys are in sync and it is clear that they have
been playing together for years.
When I first listened to this recording, I heard Jeff Beck, Joe
Zawinul, Sting and Lyle Mays playing in a reunited Steely Dan with a
horn section from New Orleans. Really. This is an album that fans
will love and musicians will be amazed by. This group of players is
clearly a cut above the rest of us. When I discovered that the drums
are all samples and loops, I was even more impressed. The sequencing
and arranging of this recording is masterful. It''s challenging to get
a group of musicians this tight and it''s even harder to make a machine
sound like a group of musicians this tight! Clearly a lot of time and
expertise was put into this project.
Words alone cannot adequately express my feelings about this
masterpiece. I believe discerning listeners will connect to it
deeply, and it''s one that will be in my collection forever.
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