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John Scofield

Jazz Rock/Fusion

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3.17 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

A1 Blue Matter 5:47
A2 Trim 7:33
A3 Heaven Hill 4:28
A4 So You Say 4:34
B1 Now She's Blonde 5:32
B2 Make Me 2:53
B3 The Nag 4:18
B4 Time Marches On 7:32


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Line-up / Musicians

Bass - Gary Grainger
Drums - Dennis Chambers
Guitar - Hiram Bullock (tracks: A1, B2, B3) , John Scofield
Keyboards - Mitchell Forman
Percussion - Don Alias

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LP/CD Gramavision 18-8702-1, Germany

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JOHN SCOFIELD Blue Matter ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
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Review by Gatot
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3 stars John Scofield is really new to me and I was surprised that in fact, sometime in the 80s I ever bought this album in a cassette format. When I spun it recently I was surprised for two reasons: first, the quality of the record is excellent even though this is just a cassette that I purchased decades ago; second, the musical quality of John Scofield is very good. I was impressed, in fact, when first heard the opening track "Blue Matter" with its relatively complex composition demonstrating how masterful he plays guitar. But, not only that ... I find the drummer also plays excellently combined with solid basslline. Once I listened to it I then kept playing the cassette. Oh yes, Blue Matter brings the album as an interesting one to enjoy - especially those who love solid basslines with dynamic beats in jazz-style. Through this track I understand why this musician is featured in this site as the music is not just having pure jazz style, it combines nicely with rock as well.

I think I do enjoy almost all tracks in this album especially the next two tracks "Trim" and "Heaven Hill". "Trim" most much more dynamic compared to title track and from this track I can recognize further how excellent the drums and bass guitar works. There is a stunning guitar solo in the middle augmented by solid basslines. "Now She's Blonde" is also enjoyable and it has more prog components compared to the other tracks. "Make Me" is also really good one.

Overall, this is a very good album by John Scofield and it will satisfy those of you who love jazz- rock fusion kind of music. Keep on proggin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

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