Stryker’s multi-hued playing becomes a combustible force, a link to the blues of McDuff and Turrentine for sure, but also representing the state of the art in jazz guitar evolution... His playing is consummately beautiful, his choice of notes, Wes Montgomery-styled chordal runs, point-perfect solos and serious swing a joy framed by his well-chosen company.
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