Reed Between the Lines
For the better part of four decades Carl Wolfe has been entertaining audiences throughout the United States with his inspired saxophone playing. He has shared the stage with the likes of Doc Severinsen, Bob Hope, and Ray Charles. Now, Carl Wolfe, co-founder and co-director of the Memphis Jazz Orchestra, has assembled the cream of Memphis' jazz session players to record his long-coming debut release Reed Between The Lines. This ten song CD consists of freshly original contemporary jazz. It's combination of beautifully melodic composition and equally powerful performance sets it apart from other titles in it's category. Carl draws from the full scale of human experience and sets it to music. March of the Pentarian Triclops stems from a bizarre childhood nightmare, while The Southern Side Of Rose is Carl's ode to the female form. This stimulating CD is a fresh take on modern jazz and a fine addition to any music collection.