‘The Cut Off Point’ – Review Highlights

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“Whilst comparisons with Lifetime or John McLaughlin’s 1994 album, After the Rain with Joey DeFrancesco and Elvin Jones may seem inevitable, the vast majority of the music here owes little to these groups. Robson is his own man and this trio has successfully achieved what it set out to do, making for a very satisfying album indeed.”
4 Stars, All About Jazz

“This is trio as solo instrument with Robson and compadres as tight and counterpoised as you’d expect… An album steeped in the jazz language of the organ/guitar trio, a uniquely jazz format, yet one that adds a twist all of its own.”
4 Stars, Jazzwise Magazine

“Rapid intensity inviting terrific soloing all round.”
AP Reviews

“This is vibrant contemporary jazz made by three resourceful improvisers.”
The Guardian

“Outstanding”
Bebop Spoken Here

“British guitar phenomenon Phil Robson hardly needs any introduction, save that his new musical departure is realized by an organ trio offering a smörgåsbord of exciting and imaginative compositions.”
4 Stars, All About Jazz

“That fine British guitarist Phil Robson has found his own contemporary way back into the Hammond tradition with organist Ross Stanley and drummer Gene Calderazzo.”
The Guardian ‘Playlist’

“An album brimful of exciting playing and solos… a stimulating and varied set that shows that there is a lot more to come from Phil Robson…”
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