Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Wayne Horvitz, Zony Mash|
Genres: Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock
Watered down, funk-fusion. Nice busy background music.
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I had high hopes. I always do. I don't have any other albums by anybody in the band, so I had nothing to compare it to. The band members all hold their own very nicely. There are some very good fusion tunes on here, but nothing very memorable. I was waiting for someone to just start tearing up the place, and it did happen in a few spots for a brief time, but not as often as I had hoped. I agree with the previous review concerning their live show. I bet they would be hot hot hot live. It seems like they were held back a bit in the studio, and live, they could potentially give Niacin a run for their money. But, if you're looking for the b-3 groove, and you want your booty to move, pick up Niacin, High Bias. You can't go wrong with Dennis Chambers."
Great nouveau jazz--Horvitz a Hammond B-3 specialist!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Zony Mash is what you get when you take four great musicians and let them have at it. They're great--see them live if you possibly can! Horvitz plays Hammond B-3 masterfully, and Andy Roth is a treat on drums. Fred Chalenor on bass and Timothy Young on guitar round out this great group. The disk is cool, but you'll really love them live."