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Indaba: Something Serious . . .; (CD, 49:19)
Independent release, 1999-2000
E-mail: indababand@hotmail.com
Cyberhome: http://www.geocities.com/fusiondrummer/INDABA.html

What is the formula for hot jazz fusion? Add one seriously played guitar, 
(Clyde Schipke), to one tight and fluid bassist, (Brad Wenham), and 
surround the sound with percussive spice of polyrhythmic furor, (Scott 
Dean). Adjust guitar voicings to a classic 70s tube-crunch and overdriven 
with howling chops galore. Have this riffage assail all solos with abandon 
yet technical focus and pleasing musicality. Avoid well-worn patterns and 
use novel bass phrasings and engaging back beats. Let drums freely stretch 
with a Tony Williams flair and bounce. Toss in a few meandering slow 
cuts for day-dreamy pause and clarity of tone. Return quickly to fiery 
songs and rip it up again after measured balladic breaks. Now that is a 
recipe for fusion.

	Crunch, punch, phat fusion reigns supreme and comfortably with 
Indaba! These guys know how to jam. Experience this impressive debut 
release of that power trio magic. Their tunes and voicings call to mind the 
should-be legendary but unknown jazz rockers, 3PM of Raleigh, NC, 
USA. Indaba has brought this reviewer a nostalgic delight. Recommended 
fusion for all you collectors and fans.	~ John W. Patterson, EER-
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