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Seasons (2001) Todd Horton

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About this Album

Seasons features Todd Horton’s quartet of many years. All of the tracks are original and were recorded live in the studio. Blending Jazz, Rock and African rhythms, Todd's writing demonstrates a unique style, which transcends the typical Jazz format. The band features guitarist Rob Reich (Tony Mallaby, Joe Henderson, Cedar Walton, Rufus Reid) bassist Tim Givens, (Brad Mehldau, Ray Bryant, Lou Donaldson, Curtis Fuller) Aaron Comess, (drummer of the Grammy nominated American pop/rock group, The Spin Doctors).

Todd Horton, originally from Ithaca NY, now living in Philadelphia, spent fifteen years in New York City as a performing and recording artist. He has performed and/or recorded with Norah Jones, Richie Cole, Bob Dorough, Vic Juris, Adam Holzman, Maceo Parker, Richard Bona, Michael Urbaniak, Billy Bang, Ryo Kawasaki, Rashied Ali, Herman Foster, Aaron Neville, Ani Difranco, The Spin Doctors and many others. Horton’s biggest musical influences have been Miles Davis, Weather Report, Cannonball Adderley and Herbie Hancock. Horton has also composed music for award winning films and produced albums for dozens of artists in multiple genres.


“Overall, Horton is a first when it comes to creating moods and grooves. The album seems to be evenly divided between the quietly evocative to the outright funky. It seems like a strange combination but anyone can find something to like in each track. Horton is a fine musician and with Seasons, he has put together a nice effort."

”His playing displays an introspective vulnerability, a poetic sense of space and an undeniably romantic lyricism. His writing stretches genre boundaries, establishing an exciting benchmark for the future in instrumental and experimental music.” - Thomas Bacon

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