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There Goes The Neighborhood by Robert Walter

Let me start off by saying Robert Walter is the best keyboardist I have ever heard. You may know him from the 70's funk band the Greyboy All-stars who broke up in 1998. Robert Walter created a new band called the 20th Congress. All though his earlier band was called the all stars the name would be more appropriate for his new band. With names such as Chris Stillwell on bass; Cochemea Gastelum playing alto sax; George Sluppick kicking on drums; and percussionist Chuck Prada, this truly is an all-star cast. His album There Goes The Neighborhood is a fantastic blend of jazz, funk, soul and jam styles and anyone one who enjoys any of these styles will love the mix. You can listen to the jazz, groove to the soul and dance to the funk and jam. Even if your not a funk fan you will find yourself moving to this record. As you can see I gave the record a 5 out of 5. I have seen his live show and I would have to give it a 6 out of 5. I don't know what else to say but get this record.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Robert Walter
  • CD Title: There Goes The Neighborhood
  • Genre: Soul / Funk Jazz
  • Year Released: 2002
  • Record Label: Premonition
  • Musicians: Chris Stillwell, bass; Cochemea Gastelum, alto sax; George Sluppick, drums; Chuck Prada, percussion
  • Rating: Five Stars
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