Rights of Seclusion
With a sense of history and evolution of the saxophone, Jeff Morrison has amassed inspiration from masters such as John Coltrane, Joe Henderson & Sonny Rollins, as well as the modern greats like Joe Lovano, George Garzone, and Jerry Bergonzi. 'Throughout, Morrison never lacks for intensity. He's able to express vivid film noir-like sonics during the title track while introducing introspection to a simple tango. It all adds up to an exciting debut.' - Eric Searleman 'This is authentic jazz...mirroring Coltrane, piano like Hancock, and guitar with presence and intensity. They are very tight together live, which comes across on the recording. 'Rights Of Seclusion' has balance between intense, heated numbers and relaxed, sparse landscapes.' - Patrick Moore 'If you like all the fire of players like Joe Lovano, Jerry Bergonzi, John Coltrane, etc. You'll really dig this album. Most of it sounds like right out of the Village Vangaard. Jeff mixes up a great lineup of his own very fine compositions with some less known jazz standards. If you're looking for some jazz with a kick, check this one out. It really burns!' - Romeo Guzman.