Eddie Moore and the Outer Circle – Kings and Queens


New music from bandleader Eddie Moore and his group The Outer Circle via the album Kings & Queens (HERE) – a stately and reflective outpouring of energy and ideas marked by connective, free mood soloing and an album-wide ebb & flow that keeps the record absorbing. Highlights include the propulsive cut “The L.B.C.” which allows guitarist Adam Scholzman and Moore to spread their wings and take flight during hypnotizing solos; the flexible “Kings & Queens (Movement I)” that flows back and forth from bustling, Lagos-crosswalk styled eruptions (thanks, in large part, to Pat Adams‘ busy drum work) to relatively calming moments that allow listeners to close their eyes and lounge; an organic cover of Erykah Badu‘s “Time’s A Wasting”; and the emotive “Kings & Queens (Movement III) – a bubbling sound piece that would feel right at home next to any number of Joe Zawinul‘s jazz rock gems in a fusion-jazz themed playlist.  

[su_highlight background=”#fff799″]What you’ll hear in this album is an artist who has much to share in regards to society’s journey to the present and human interaction.[/su_highlight]








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