This is a magnificent work, one that I found myself sneaking the volume higher and higher throughout the review process. ”

— Audiophile

EXIT MOON

Kenny Carr

An exploration of vintage Jazz/Rock with heavy blues roots. Bringing together the core rhythm section of Andy Hess - Bass, Tony Mason - Drums and special guest George Laks on the Wurlitzer.

KENNY CARR - GUITARS - SYNTHESIZERS ANDY HESS - BASS TONY MASON - DRUMS GEORGE LAKS - WURLITZER

*Light House Frank Russo-Drums Tom Baldwin-Bass

CD cover photo Hiroshi Watanabe / "Hand of girl seems to reach to the Earth in the SK" Getty Images Used by Permission

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Idle Talk

Kenny Carr

All new jazz compositions by guitarist Kenny Carr, featuring Multi Grammy nominated saxophonist Donny McCaslin, Drummer Kenny Wollesen, & Bassist Hans Glawischnig. Mixed by Brad Baerwald at Studio 51

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Changing Tide

Kenny Carr

Changing Tide features Multi Grammy-nominated tenor saxophonist, Donny McCaslin, as well as acoustic bassist Tom Baldwin, as well as drummer Frank Russo.

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Turn the Page

Kenny Carr

Turn the Page features Multi Grammy-nominated tenor saxophonist, Donny McCaslin, as well as acoustic bassist Tom Baldwin, John Dryden as well as drummer Frank Russo. Kenny Carr’s sophomore release, is a much anticipated follow-up to his critically-acclaimed and well-received debut CD, Friday at Five.

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Friday at Five

Kenny Carr

Real musicians playing live in the studio!

Kenny Carr - Electric Guitar/Guitar Synthesizer Featuring Multi Grammy Nominated Saxophonist Donny McCaslin John Dryden - Keyboards John Baily- Trumpet Andy Hess - Bass Tony Mason - Drums

"Friday at Five" was originally intended to be a demo project as well as an opportunity to reunite with some old Santa Cruz friends now professional musicians in New York City. "Magical things can happen when the right musicians are brought together under the right circumstances," Kenny proclaims. Donny McCaslin and John Dryden as well as Tony Mason, John Bailey, and Andy Hess are those musicians Kenny is referring to. "Friday at Five" was recorded in a small studio in Manhattan in 1997. To create more of a "live" feel, no sound barriers were used to separate the musicians, much like recording sessions of years past. This "demo project" was finished in two days and somehow ended up in storage. Eight years later, Kenny's music remains as fresh as the day it was recorded in 1997. This enduring vitality is the essence of Kenny Carr's debut album "Friday at Five".

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