Me sharing music from my vast arsenal, that is. The Lo Zone just doesn’t seem right without me shoving some of my favorite artists and their music at you.
Today I thought I’d hip you guys to a jazz fusion group that I was really into years ago whose music still holds up very well today. They were, technically, the first contemporary jazz group (and, I believe, the first group period) to appear on cd. Add to that the fact that they had one of the coolest names for a group ever:
While they have several albums that I really enjoyed—like Big Notes…
…my favorite was their debut cd, a refreshingly clever and eclectic joint called Tricycle that came out in 1982 (yes, I know…a long time ago).
This particular song I’m about to share is called “Eden.” The title is rather appropriate because it puts you in a nice kind of chill mood, as if you were just kicking back in an Eden of your very own. (Click the link below to listen.)
This one’s called “The 8:29.” I like it because it’s kind of fun. It starts out one way, then suddenly turns a tad funky. (Click the link below to listen.)