A picture of the album cover for "Throttle Elevator Music: Retrorespective."

Retrorespective

Throttle Elevator Music's "Retrorespective" reunites Gregory Howe and Kamasi Washington for a fifth recording.

This release contains nine original new compositions by Matt Montgomery, Gregory Howe and Kamasi Washington. Throttle Trumpet player Erik Jekabson and Kamasi sound amazing together throughout the title. This time around they are joined by rhythm section drummer Thomas McCree, guitarist Ava Mendoza, and bassist/pianist Matt Montgomery.

See the review in Jazz Views.

See the review in Heavy Blog

Track Listing: 

1. LIMINALITY 8.22
2. PLAYING THE ALLEYWAY 5.28
3. FEBRUARY DRIFT 7.03
4. FLUX AND SOLDER 3.28
5. RETRORESPECTIVE 2.44
6. SECOND LIMINALITY 5.55
7. SUBTRACT LIMITED 4.04
8. RAPID ROTATION 2.23
9. FEBRUARY 15 7.51
(Side B on LP last track changes FEBRUARY 15 to
FEBRUARY’S THEME .48)

  • A picture of Erik Jekabson playing a trumpet.

    Erik Jekabson

    Erik Jekabson is a freelance trumpet player, composer, arranger and educator living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has toured with Illinois Jacquet, John Mayer, Galactic, and has performed on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman.

  • A photo of Gregory Howe at the sound board.

    Gregory Howe

    Gregory Howe is a producer, engineer, musician and owner and founder of Wide Hive Records. Howe is an accomplished producer who has released over thirty albums through Wide Hive Records.

  • A photo of Kamasi Washington.

    Kamasi Washington

    Kamasi Washington is featured Saxophonist on Both Throttle Elevator Music and Phil Ranelin's Perseverance. Also as a composer Kamasi has scored for several films including Stacey Peralta's recent Independant Lens feature: Crips and Bloods: Made In America.

  • A photograph of Matt Montgomery playing bass in the Wide Hive Studio.

    Matt Montgomery

    Matt Montgomery plays the bass, writes music, and plays piano/keyboards. He has performed and/or recorded with Faye Carol, Calvin Keys, Larry Coryell, Mark Levine, Phil Ranelin, singer/songwriters Cass McCombs, Greg Ashley, Adam Stephens (of Two Gallants), Grammy-winning producer Joe Chiccarelli, and many more.

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