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

Throttle Elevator Music IV

Throttle Elevator Music IV reunites with tenor saxophonist Kamasi Washington for a fourth album, atop eleven original new compositions by the Throttle writing team (Matt Montgomery and Gregory Howe).

Track Listing: 

1. Gibralter Road
2. Recovery
3. We Can Work with That
4. Back to Form
5. Bridging the Barrier
6. Throwing the Switch
7. Way out of Line
8. Sweet Spot
9. Bridging the Barrier II
10. No One to Vote For
11. Boeseke Trail

  • A photo of Gregory Howe.

    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.

  • Kamazi Washington playing an underlit saxophone.

    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.

  • Matt Montgomery playing guitar.

    Matt Montgomery

    Matthew Montgomery has performed or recorded with, abbreviated for brevity’s sake would include: Faye Carol, Calvin Keys, Donald “Duck” Bailey, Graham Connah, Hafez Modirzadeh, Eddie Gale, Mark Levine, Kevin Carnes and David Boyce (Professor Borris Karnaz and Black Edgar Kenyatta of BROUN FELLINIS), and Kat Ouano (CROWN CITY ROCKERS),.

  • A photo of Mike Hughes during the recording of "Jagged Rocks" (Throttle Elevator Music)

    Mike Hughes

    Michael Hughes is an American drummer living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
    He studied drumming at L.A. Music Academy with Joe Porcaro and Ralph
    Humphrey and spent a decade performing in LA with artists such as Tal
    Wilkenfeld, Frank Gambale, and Robben Ford. He is the drummer on "Heavy Feel" by Larry Coryell as well as Throttle Elevator Music's "Area J" and "Jagged Rocks" featuring Kamasi Washington.

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