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Up All Night

Up All Night

1 Jan 2003
4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2003
  • Release Date: 2 Jun. 2003
  • Label: Decca (UMO)
  • Copyright: ℗© 2003 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:06:51
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  • ASIN: B001KO0906
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,530 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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Over the years John Scofield's been getting increasingly funkier and with 'Up all night' he hits the bullseye with just about the funkiest grooves since James Brown's heyday. Not sure whether this album should be filed under 'Jazz' in the shops as it's more like funk with a twist of jazz. Jazz purists will probably turn their noses up at this but for for fans of P-Funk, James Brown etc this is the business. DJ's would do well to buy this and drop several of the tracks into their sets because the grooves are just wicked.
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Quite simply, Up All Night is a masterclass in cutting-edge ensemble playing. Adam Deitch's muscular drums and Andy Hess's bass complement Scofield's guitar perfectly as he simultaneously reinvents himself, embracing new technology for the first time with loops, samples and sequences.

With enough of Scofield's signature altered-dominant adventures to please the fans, there's still plenty of accessible melodies within. New listeners should probably start with Whatcha see is Whatcha get (the only non-Scofield penned tune here), with it's tight, crisp guitar lines and supple horns.

The musical range of this album is vast, from the hip-hop breaks in Philiopiety, the world music detours of Thikhathali, the dark mystique of Creeper, the funky riffing of Freakin' Disco and Every Night is Ladies Night, to the Frisell-like gossamer guitar of Like the Moon.

An essential purchase.
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Quite simply, Up All Night is a masterclass in cutting-edge ensemble playing. Adam Deitch's muscular drums and Andy Hess's bass complement Scofield's guitar perfectly as he simultaneously reinvents himself, embracing new technology for the first time with loops, samples and sequences.

With enough of Scofield's signature altered-dominant adventures to please the fans, there's still plenty of accessible melodies within. New listeners should probably start with Whatcha see is Whatcha get (the only non-Scofield penned tune here), with it's tight, crisp guitar lines and supple horns.

The musical range of this album is vast, from the hip-hop breaks in Philiopiety, the world music detours of Thikhathali, the dark mystique of Creeper, the funky riffing of Freakin' Disco and Every Night is Ladies Night, to the Frisell-like gossamer guitar of Like the Moon.

An essential purchase.
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While some of Scofield's jazzier catalogue leaves me cold, his funkier albums are peerless and Up All Night is a great addition to a stunning body of work. Bleepy and bizarre in places but nevertheless broadly accessible, this album features some outstanding moments. As with most of Scofield's albums, there's much here to enjoy besides the considerable guitar talents of the man himself - the drumming is superb and there are some great brass arrangements. "Watch out for Po-Po" and "Four on the Floor" are so unbearably funky that trying not to tap your foot quickly becomes torture.

Along with Blue Matter, Still Warm and Uberjam, Up All Night ranks alongside Scofield's best funky stuff.
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