Warren Rosenstein

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Warren Rosenstein
After working on seminal acid jazz tracks "Hot Music" (Soho) and "Jazz it Up" (CFM Band) in the early 1990s, Brooklyn-born Warren Rosenstein drew from the rich pool of talent that was hovering around Context Studios on Manhattan's Lower East Side to form Jazzhole, pulling in rappers KCB (US3), Ahmed Best (Stomp), Jack Ruby, Jr. (The Toasters), as well as vocalists Ronnie & Rosa Russ, and Michelle Lewis for their 1994 debut album on Mesa/Blue Moon. A summer of jamming in the studio, with musicians like bassist Scott Colley and saxophonist David Binney resulted in the eponymous debut album, hailed by Music Retailing as "the coolest thing since US3 and the Brand New Heavies" and Rolling Stone as "the most danceable of all the new-groove groups". This recording showcased the trumpet playing of Kevin DiSimone on the acid jazz classic "Forward Motion."
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RD 1968 Warren Rosenstein - Outrageous Series album art Warren Rosenstein Outrageous Series(12") Rey-D Records RD 1968 US 1993 Sell This Version