Have you ever been to Diamond Bar, California? Well, if this is a sampling of music from that area, it might be nice to take a journey by there to listen to some of the musicians. DIAMOND BAR by the group, The Seventh Triangle utilizes numerous innovative contemporary jazz motifs, with each song a different listening experience in this collection of 12 songs. These songs are written by Jason Perl and Dave Tilton, some together and others as individual compositions.
There are a lot of intricate influences working well together in this collection. Selections include "Diamond Bar," "Baby Doll," "Dreams," "The World of What If," "Touch My Heart," "Home Again," The King of Pomeru," "Island of the Mare," among others.
Dave Tilton excels on the harmonica, giving many selections a moody mellow sound that is perfect. Jason Perl excels on piano, and Scott Moreno lays down some fine drum tracks. The trio works well together, vocally, instrumentally, and in solo performances.
Each selection is different, and unique, with a bold approach that will appeal to many jazz listening interests. I found the collection highly innovative. "Island of the Mare" is a fine song, from many which deserve airplay, as does "Touch My Heart."
If you want something enjoyable, entertaining, and unusual, give a listen to The Seventh Triangle's DIAMOND BAR, a new CD collection bound to attract many listeners. Excellent.