- Audio CD (31 Dec. 2008)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Heads Up
- ASIN: B000GI3SWS
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 147,777 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Who Let the Cats Out?
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Mike Stern, one of the most recognized guitarist of his generation, joins the Heads Up roster with a sensational debut 'Who Let the Cats Out?' A veteran of bands with Miles Davis, Jaco Pastorius, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Billy Cobham and the Brecker Brothers, Stern has more recently had a successful solo career, with 12 releases as a leader. For his 13th outing, Mike is joined by a stellar list of musicians including Richard Bona, Roy Hargrove, Anthony Jackson, Meshell Ndegeocello, Kim Thompson, Dave Weckl, Victor Wooten and others. The 11 original compositions blur the boundaries between jazz, funk, blues and rock, in a style that Mike has made his own.
Personnel: Mike Stern - (guitars), Bob Franceschini - (saxophones), Bob Malach - (saxophones), Roy Hargrove - (trumpet), Jim Beard - (piano, organ), Richard Bona - (bass), Anthony Jackson - (bass), Meshell Ndegeocello - (bass), Chris Minh Doky - (acoustic bass), Victor Wooten - (bass), Dave Weckl - (drums), Kim Thompson - (drums), Gregoire Maret - (harmonica)
(4 stars) A thoroughly entertaining jazz-rock-pop record, stacked with smart tunes and excellent playing. -- BBC Music Magazine, (Richard Cook), November 2006
(4 stars) No pussyfooting here from the amp-cranking axe meister...an excellent new set. -- MOJO, (Charles Waring), January 2006
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(I secretly wish that Richard bona would just place the bass rather than try and sing. A great singer he is not and somebody should tell him it add little to the music.)
That gripe aside I recommend this to all discerning music lovers.