Wednesday, Oct 08 2003 | 15:30

The UK’s foremost practitioners of the Hammond organ art, The James Taylor Quartet release a brand new album, entitled “The Oscillator”, on the Rootdown Records. JTQ’s main man James Taylor, Hammond guru, stands with one foot planted firmly in the new millennium and other, just as firmly, somewhere south of 1970. Releasing his 20th album in fall 2003, “The Oscillator”, James has consistently remained at the forefront of the jazz funk scene since his debut fifteen years ago. JTQ’s first album in 1987, “Mission Impossible”, laid the foundation for what would become their signature sound: funked-up, sleazed-down, keyboard-driven jazz that could be Webster’s entry for “groovy.” Here you can find some of James Taylor’s favourite records of all time.

www.jtq.co.uk

01. Jimmy Smith – Rootdown (Blue Note)
02. Johnny Hammond – Gears (Milestone)
03. Earth Wind And Fire – Gratitude (Columbia)
04. Charles Earland – Live At The Lighthouse (Prestige)
05. Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On (Motown)
06. Roy Ayers – He’s Coming (Polydor)
07. Marvin Gaye – I Want You (Motown)
08. Jimmy McGriff – Groove Grease (Groove)
09. James Brown – It’s A Mother (Polydor)
10. Reuben Wilson – Cisco Kid (Groove)

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