These high school kids playing jazz thirty three years ago to the day is so endearing. And now that Herb Albert's Rise has entered an unlikely musical lexicon thanks to P-Diddy's effortless sampling prowess, any cover version has hypnotizing potential. This analog lacks the epic breakdown Puffiesque producers would use, and instead let's Robin Radus loose on the keys when the trumpeter's lips go numb. On the flip is The Lane Jazz Band's take on the jazz standard So What by Miles Davis. They loose the swing and phase the bassline over a rock drum beat.
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