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ReviewsIf you know the LA jazz scene then chances are you know Bennett Brandeis. Whether as part of the re-formed 5th Dimension's touring band or working in studio orchestras such as that at Universal for the television show Magnum P.I., this fine guitarist is all about the groove so it is no surprise that his latest release is the appropriately titled 'Groove Time'. Produced by multi Grammy winning Paul Brown, and with the likes of Ricky Lawson, Greg Adams, Roberto Vally, Marco Basci, Elan Trotman and Darren Rahn around to lend a hand, this is an album that has come out of no-where to be rightly regarded as among the best of the year so far.
In fact 'Groove Time' is the fourth solo project from Brandeis (aka Bennett B) and follows his debut CD, 'Jazz Guitar' (that he recorded as a trio with Joe LaBarbera on drums and Dave Carpenter on bass). Read the Rest of this review by Denis Poole
About BennettBennett began playing guitar at the age of six, learning clarinet for the school orchestra then returning to guitar at 15, playing in school and local bands.
He studied at the Grove School of Music in Los Angeles, where he immersed himself in the worlds of harmony, music theory, arranging, composition and performance. This led to Bennett studying at Berklee College of Music, where he graduated with honors.
While working in studio orchestras including Universal studios for the... Read More