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CD (Item 513824) Sound Reason, 2003 — Condition: Used
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Sonny Fortune's one of those cats who never lets us down – and even well into the 21st Century, he still sounds as soulful as he did back in the 70s! The album has Fortune opening up wonderfully on alto, soprano, and tenor sax – very much at home in the sort of modal rhythms that always suited him best, back in the day – blowing with that amazing technique we love so much – kind of a fluid groove, but with a rasp on the edge. The group features George Cables on piano, Wayne Dockery on bass, and Steve Johns on drums – and Cables and Dockery really help give the album a well-rounded depth, and match Fortune's classic vibe perfectly. There's loads of great originals by Sonny – and titles include "Wayne-ish", "Trane & Things", "Five Four Trane", "Mongo Blue", "A Space In Time", and "Sound's Silent".  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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