Wilton Felder “Love Is A Rush” album review (JazzTimes, June 1988)

Wilton Felder
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April is Jazz Appreciation Month! In honor of which, every day during this month I will dig into the archives from my years as a jazz journalist (1987-1994), and post a random jazzy article here in A MUSIC LISTENER’S JOURNAL. Enjoy!

TODAY’S POST: my review of Love Is A Rush, the 1988 solo album from Crusaders sax man Wilton Felder. (click on image until readable) Wilton Felder

“The Crusaders at the Blue Note” (Wire, March 1987)

The Crusaders at the Blue Note, NYC
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April is Jazz Appreciation Month! In honor of which, every day during this month I will dig into the archives from my years as a jazz journalist (1987-1994), and post a random jazzy article here in A MUSIC LISTENER’S JOURNAL.

TODAY’S POST: a concert review of The Crusaders–the jazz group whose music was the bridge between the R & B of my youth to the more grownup instrumental music. It was the first article I wrote for THE WIRE, a London-based magazine. (click on image until readable)

From the Archive: “The Crusaders at the Blue Note” (Wire, March 1987)

The Crusaders at the Blue Note, NYC
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wirecrusaders031987

April is Jazz Appreciation Month! In honor of which, every day during this month I will dig into the archives from my years as a jazz journalist (1987-1994), and post a random jazzy article here in A MUSIC LISTENER’S JOURNAL.

TODAY’S POST: a concert review of The Crusaders–the jazz group whose music was the bridge between the R & B of my youth to the more grownup instrumental music. It was the first article I wrote for THE WIRE, a London-based magazine. (click on image until readable)