CHARLIE HUNTER QUARTET / “Them Belly Full”


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rich Says:
February 4th, 2007 at 1:43 am

Mtume, I couldn’t agree more – love them both. I always like seeing Hunter live – he has got groove, flow and the arrangements can make you think differently about a piece of music. I do dig the soul/jazz sound, but it doesn’t stop me from getting into Trane, Pharaoh, etc – depends on my mood. Monty also toured a few years back with another Jamaican legend who is a bit of hero of mine – the guitarist Ernie Ranglin. I wonder where his style of playing fits into this argument…


Matt Says:
February 5th, 2007 at 8:26 am

Charlie Hunter came on my radar because of his association with Michael Franti (in the Disposable Heroes of hiphoprisy). That makes me a long-time fan, I think. At any rate, his range is amazing, and he sounds at home in ever genre he touches. Masterful.


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