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- From the heartfelt tribute to the late Bill Evans in "Evans’ Peace" to "Cascade," a groovy percussion based piece that has Mason floating on top of the musical notes with an elegant ease; to the tribal musical sounds in "Gates to Raga,"
Scott Yanow review
Human Revolution is Michael Mason’s finest hour on record so far, consolidating his earlier accomplishments while pointing the way towards a very musical future.
- Scott Yanow, jazz journalist/historian
Jazz Weekly review
A rich mix of jazz and grooves from Africa and South Asia are stirred by Michael Mason on a variety of flutes, mixing and matching atmospheres with Danny Goessling/dr-perc, Geoffrey Lowe/b, Scott Ashley-Jeff Rutter/eg, Dave Rice/p-key, and Aras Biskkis-Jose Natal/perc. A rich flavor from India blows in on “Gates to Raga” with a cheerful bass line leads to Mason’s flute chirping through “Sphere to Sphere”. Rich hand percussion percolates and sizzles on the dreamy “Tribute to Hang Massive” with some African picking plucked on “Into The Western Sun”. Exotic Asian fragrances float over the rich bass line of “Tribute to Halsall” and hints of the classic folk/blues group Pentangle are unearthed on the folksy blues of “Cascade”. Spices from exotic places.