Prolific discography Royce Campbell is certainly one of the widest in the jazz guitar circles today. That this is its outputs solos exceptional, his tribute tinted gypsy or his albums of revised standards, Campbell seems unfavourable to repeat himself, even though all of her work shares a melodic sensitivity pronounced. Make me Rainbows, a repeat of his 1995 album, the steps of Campbell in the trio of classical organ with musicians legendary Melvin Rhyne and Jimmy Cobb. In view of this range, it is not a question of if the session will smoke, but only way hot.
The fire immediately ignites with "Mr. Montgomery", a tribute bouncing to Wes Montgomery with whom Rhyne and Cobb played. Assured in its own approach to stylist, Campbell intelligently integrates ways of the great jazz guitar without falling into mimicry. Lose none of its young agility when Rhyne lets loose with an organ solo one could be forgiven to confuse the Decade. The sensation of vibrator continues in "softly, as in a morning Sunrise" which Campbell was reworked in time waltz. Light touch of Cobb really shines on this cut - it along propulsion while never dwarfed the other. Especially pleasant that here is the way in which the support of the Rhyne intertwines with clever lines of Campbell. On the slower side, the ballads are equally interesting and harmonically fertile. "ruby" and "You go to My Head" show the Rhyne lush beauty of chordal accompaniment as well as the possibility of Campbell to play in and around support smooth while that never yield harmonic voice to it.
Fortunately, make Me Rainbows was saved from out-of-print hell with this new edition. Precisely, that it deserves to be heard again. The warm patch of the consolidation of battery-organ-guitar classic shimmer with rich with accents, and the trio of Campbell, Rhyne and Cobb, harmonic and rhythmic interaction is I expressive throughout.