|A2||Song Of Solomon|
|B4||Theme For Phyllis|
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- I find this music hauntingly beautiful, subtle and deep. You've got to slow down to listen to it and really taste it.
- As the reviewer below mentioned, this might not be the Afrocentric spiritual jazz record you're hoping for. It is however a lounge pianist who knows how to hit some very deep moments at times, especially in the track 'Summer Mist.' It doesn't feel hokey like you might expect from hearing the word lounge as a descriptor. Very cooled out, mellow and sophisticated. Don't file this next to Strata East, BAG, or AACM but maybe just adjacent. No brainer for $5.
- This is one of the most beautiful piano albums I’ve ever heard. I’d heard about it through jazz circles for years. It’s never been released on anything other than vinyl and barely cassette. You can’t listen to it on Spotify. The fact that no one knows this record is a total shame for humanity. If you find it, just buy it—seriously, just buy it.
- I bought this under the guise that this was a spiritual jazz record which it is not. It's a mellow piano solo record from San Francisco with an occasional bass or guitar. It's nice, the B side is better than the first side. I have listened to it a couple of times and it's a fun and enjoyable listen but not essential.