Ryan Fourt’s debut album “Choose One” receives positive review from critic Brian S. Lunde

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Choose One, the self-released, first jazz record by Denver guitarist Ryan Fourt, is a charming collection of straight-ahead, bop-oriented jazz. Of the eight tunes, Fourt composed three, sideman Shilo Stroman one, and the rest are a mix of standards.

The title track, “Choose One,” opens the record with light-hearted bop. While the title connects well with the cover art, showing Fourt with guitar in hand at a fork in a wooded road, the title for this tune could also come from the fact that alto saxophonist Dustin Drews flirts with some not-so-light-hearted screeching and wailing, as if he wants to take the tune in a new direction. However….click the link below to continue reading.

http://jazzreview.com/cd-reviews/straight-ahead-classic-cd-reviews/choose-one-by-ryan-a.-fourt.html

One Response to “Ryan Fourt’s debut album “Choose One” receives positive review from critic Brian S. Lunde”

  1. Kristy Slagle Says:

    Looks awesome my friend! Very proud of ya! :-)

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