Featuring a guest roster
that includes Eric Johnson,
and ex-SRV drummer Chris Layton and keyboardist
Reese Wynans, this eclectic CD
blends blues, jazz, and New Orleans/second-
line grooves in Noy’s inimitable fashion.
From his outside playing on the title
track to the SRV-style shuffle “Whole Tone
Blues” to the Hendrixy “Two Centers” and
the twistedly rockin’ “Trinkle Twinkle,” it all
adds up to some intriguing
listening. Abstract Logix.
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