Guitar hero John Scofield’s new album Hand Jive — with tenor sax vet Eddie Harris as an inspired aide-de-camp — is greasy, funky, brainy, and fun. Following his more cerebral earlier work with saxist Joe Lovano, Scofield veers more towards the New Orleans-y BBQ sauce here, working up a delectable new flavor of jazz-soul, in which rough-housing inventiveness is the order of the day. A-
Hand Jive Guitar hero John Scofield's new album Hand Jive — with tenor sax vet Eddie Harris as an inspired aide-de-camp — is greasy...Hand JiveJazz Guitar hero John Scofield's new album Hand Jive — with tenor sax vet Eddie Harris as an inspired aide-de-camp — is greasy...1994-08-12
Genre: Jazz; Lead Performer: John Scofield; Producer (group): Blue Note
Posted August 12 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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