Now Is the Time is the first Jeff Lorber album billed as a Jeff Lorber Fusion release since 1981's Galaxian. This version of The Fusion includes Lorber on Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hammond B-3 organ, and acoustic piano with bassist Jimmy Haslip, saxophonist Eric Marienthal, guitarist Paul Jackson, J. trumpeter Randy Brecker, and drummers Vinnie Colaiuta and Dave Weckl.
The Jeff Lorber Fusion. Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor).
The Jeff Lorber Fusion is the debut album by keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band "The Jeff Lorber Fusion". All tracks written by Jeff Lorber. Lester McFarland – Bass. Dennis Bradford – Drums. Tod Carver – Guitars. Terry Layne – Saxophones, Flute. Jeff Uusitalo – Trombone. Bruce Smith, Ron Young – Percussion. Dave Dixon – Recording Engineer.
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This new incarnation of the Jeff Lorber Fusion includes luminaries like bassist Jimmy Haslip (who co-produced with Lorber and Bobby Colomby), saxophonist Eric Marienthal, trumpeter Randy Brecker, guitarist Paul Jackson J. and drummers Vinnie Colaiuta and Dave Weckl. Calling this set of refashioned classics Now Is The Time was no accident, says Lorber. The album represents a transition in the artist's creative perspective - one that might well be a reflection of the changes in the audience's perceptions as well. This record is a clear statement," he says.
Now Is the Time is the first Jeff Lorber album billed as a Jeff Lorber Fusion release since 1981's Galaxian. We all had a vision of what we wanted this record to be. We wanted a return to the sound of the Jeff Lorber Fusion, but informed by everything I’ve learned since then. This record is a clear statement. trumpeter Randy Brecker, and drummers Vinnie Colaiuta and Dave Weckl