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by Marc Wolfley

Ethereal, Original, Progressive Jazz...Vibes, Guitar, Bass and Drums
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Anyone
6:00 album only
2. Vibes
5:44 album only
3. Timesmith
5:20 album only
4. Nowhere to Land
8:43 album only
5. Crow
7:03 album only
6. Cross the River (a Cincinnati Blues)
8:53 album only
7. After the Rain
5:13 album only
8. In My Own Little Corner
2:43 album only
9. Son Song
5:15 album only



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Rick Bird

Wolfley Shines on Anyone
Cincinnati Post, The (OH)-April 22, 2004
Readability: 11-12 grade level (Lexile: 1260L)
Author: Rick Bird

Put together some searing guitar with warm vibes, backed by one of the
best jazz rhythm sections in town, and you have Marc Wolfley's "Anyone," one of
the more exciting local progressive jazz CD projects in some time.

The disc, released last week, features eight original compositions from
Wolfley, a veteran jazz player and longtime percussionist with the Cincinnati
Symphony Orchestra, who says he's proud to have one foot in both worlds.

"It's what I need. I need to perform at the great level of the CSO, but
also have a little more freedom in a jazz background. I just need that to

Wolfley survives just fine fronting a dynamic quartet featuring veteran
musicians Ted Karas (guitar), Rusty Burge (vibes) and Michael Sharfe (bass). The
album ranges from moody to breezy.

Wolfley's intricate compositions have a free-form feeling, often
starting quietly, then soaring with Karas' guitar wittily dueling with Burge's

It is not exactly a traditional jazz album that those with more rock
sensibilities will find accessible.

"I grew up listening to Weather Report, Miles Davis and jam music. It's
not based so much on standards -- . It's just open," Wolfley said. "Rock is part
of jazz nowadays, as far as I'm concerned.

If we open a little window and let some rock distortion through, that's
fine. I just want these players to be themselves."

Wolfley's CD is currently available at Joseph-Beth, Norwood, and the
Roho Photo Gallery in Bellevue, Ky.