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Buffalo Monroe Meets
Willie Waldman


"If you only consider the album cover, which is totally psychedelic, and then insert the CD into the player, everything fits perfectly, as you find yourself in a form of jazz/funk with intonations of the 70s, except the quality of the production and the rhythms are very much of our time... All of this is to try to show you how surprising, timeless, and extraordinary this album is, and that the combined experience of these artists offers a remarkable album where it is easy to get lost on the first listen. Besides the excellence of all these artists, there is a very advanced sound research here, a form of experience, certainly, but one that fills our heads with images, pushing the boundaries of what is possible..."

   - Thierry De Clemensat, USA correspondent – Paris-Move and ABS magazine

"I love the feel of it, with its funky jazz flavor. But October Leaves take it to another level with a different texture. They remind me of Herb Albert, and I love it."

   - Chilly Willy,  CJAM, Ontario

"A fun release; good groove."

   - Cheryl K,, Hudson, NY


"Love the fresh, energetic arrangements! Will play for sure on WRUV-FM."

   - DJ Jay Paul, WRUV, Burlington, VT

"Social Excitement On Different Noises."

   - Podbean, World of Jazz, Wilmington, DE


"A real fusion treat, and it's been a while since I saw the last new fusion come out from anybody."

   - Tim Wright, WMNF, Tampa FL

"I love this!!"

   - Soulland Jazz, Gilroy CA

"Interesting and enjoyable album ... on my playlist schedule for Tony Hillier's Planet Jazz radio programs." 

   - Tony Hillier, Planet Jazz 89.1, Queensland, Australia

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