Jazz, Groove & Attitude Under The Lake

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
20.02.2019

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  • 1Breaking Through04:12
  • 2Good Things05:54
  • 3November 30th06:49
  • 4George is His Name05:31
  • 5Fathers Day06:10
  • 6Second Time Around05:29
  • 7Ljt05:11
  • 8Full of Life07:04
  • 9I Just Can't Wait05:12
  • 10Rise and Shine04:55
  • 11September Groove06:17
  • Total Runtime01:02:44

Info for Jazz, Groove & Attitude



A blend of funk, jazz and neo-soul...the Crusaders meets Steely Dan. A golden moment in this modern era of jazz". Under The Lake has been called "...effervescent, vivacious, and all-together engaging" by smoothjazz.com, considered "...possibly the next best thing since Spyro Gyra..." by Joe Montague (JazzPolice.com), and called "the most comfortable way to be engrossed in music" by Susan Frances (jazzreview.com). Under The Lake 25 years of credits include four internationally-distributed albums.​

"Marrying jazz and funk in that dancing, jubilant manner often associated with the hard-driving, bottom-heavy persona of that musical hybrid, this album guides you through a solidly-structured house of groove with a balanced approach of melody, musicianship, and catchy hooks." (The Smooth Jazz Ride)

John Moak, trombone
David Evans, tenor saxophone
Evan Mustard, guitar
Kenny Franklin, bass
Jayson Tipp, keyboards
Brian Foxworth, drums
Special guests:
Nat Caranto, alto saxophone
Joe Powers, harmonica



Under The Lake
a band from Portland, Oregon, released late in 2017 a superb recording entitled Jazz, Groove, & Attitude . This excellent modern jazz band is comprised of John Moak (Moak has worked with Ella Fitzgerald, Dave Brubeck, Randy Brecker, Diane Schuur, Branford Marsalis) on trombone, David Evans (Evans has worked with Pete Fountain, B.B. King, Nicholas Payton, Gladys Knight) on tenor sax, drummer Brian Foxworth, bassist Kenny Franklin, guitarist Evan Mustard, Keyboardist Jayson Tipp and specials guests alto saxophonist Nat Caranto and Joe Powers on harmonica. Together the band presents a fully engaging, funky and groovy 11-piece date that draws the listen in repeatedly. The Portland, Oregon based band has been in existence for nearly 25 years is highly respected among jazz fans all across the country. Highlights of the date include November 30th, Ljt, Full of Life and September Groove.

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