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James Taylor Quartet (JTQ)

The Oscillator

2005-01-18

Since 1985, JTQ has been kicking out instrumental Hammond led jazz funk workouts. Well known as a British jazz/R&B combo, Oscillator, their 19th album, proves their prolificacy. You will notice in listening, their ability to create over-the-top intensity and funkified jams with such consistency is nearly unparalleled.

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