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John Scofield – Bump (2000)

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John Scofield – Bump (2000)

1. 	Three Sisters  	
2. 	Chichon 	 
3. 	Beep Beep 	 
4. 	Kelpers 	
5. 	Groan Man 	 
6. 	Fez 	
7. 	Blackout 
8. 	Kilgeffen
9. 	We Are Not Alone
10. Swinganova
11. Drop and Roll
12. Kilgeffen (Reprise)

    John Scofield - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
    David Livolsi, Tony Scherr & Chris Wood - electric bass guitar
    Eric Kalb & Kenny Wollesen - drums
    Johnny Durkin - congas
    Johnny Almendra - percussion
    Mark Degli Antoni[3] - keyboards


John Scofield continued to use his Verve Records contract for unusual outings -- like this one, his third release for the label, following the acoustic disc Quiet and A Go Go (which featured Medeski, Martin, and Wood). On Bump, he retained bassist Chris Wood and added Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen (the rhythm section from Sex Mob), keyboardist Mark De Gli Antoni from Soul Coughing, and drummer Eric Kalb and conga player Johnny Durkin from Deep Banana Blackout. Such sidemen allowed him to delve even more deeply into the second-line funk he had explored earlier in his career; indeed, "Three Sisters," the leadoff track, sounded like something Allen Toussaint might have produced for the Meters in the early '70s. The focus was always on the guitarist, and Scofield could remind you of Carlos Santana (on "Swinganova") or evoke Jeff Beck (on "Fez"). For the most part, however, he sounded like himself back in his days with Miles Davis, though by now, his playing was less busy and more fluid. ---William Ruhlmann, Rovi

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