Adam Levy – Buttermilk Channel (2001)

Adam Levy - Buttermilk Channel (2001) Full Album

Artist: Adam Levy
Title: Buttermilk Channel
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Lost Wax
Genre: Folk-Rock, Singer-Songwriter, Jazz
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 48:14
Total Size: 123 Mb

Buttermilk Channel Tracklist:

01. Buttermilk Channel (05:29)
02. That’s All She Wrote (07:10)
03. I Guess (08:25)
04. Out of Harm’s Way (05:02)
05. Dear John (08:11)
06. Orange You Glad (07:48)
07. Sphere of Influence (06:15)

Guitarist Adam Levy is joined by organist Larry Goldings and drummer Kenny Wolleson on this understated and rather engaging album. Levy’s tone is far more trebly and bright than is common in jazz, and this suits his compositional aesthetic, which boldly departs from jazz in many instances. There’s more than a hint of blues and rock in the slow shuffle of “I Guess,” the relaxed, twangy vibe of “Dear John” (a tribute to Scofield, perhaps), and the semi-reggae vehicle “Orange You Glad,” which begins with strummed open-string voicings that briefly conjure an Eastern feel. Despite his rock leanings, Levy is not one for distortion and high decibels; even the rocking vamp at the end of “That’s All She Wrote” ebbs and flows with dynamic subtlety. Levy’s jazz leanings become more evident on “Out of Harm’s Way” and the closing track, “Sphere of Influence.” This is intelligent, genre-defying music played with a quiet passion.

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