Tyler Reese



A quick backstory on Tyler. He was a simple session player, playing in Nashville in just some ordinary bands. He met up with Jeff Silverman, who has helped product music for the likes of the Allman Brothers Band and Prince. Anytime you have someone with that great of a track records you cannot go wrong. I would say the band sounds fairly close to Lettuce, but they certainly have some Jazz Fuzion style to them as well. I thought it was pretty decent overall, and i was really into the groove by the end of the album. My favorite track was #5, but tracks 2, 8, and 10 were not too shabby either.

review by Matt

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