Join host Michael Wulfsohn for “Wulfie’s Wax Museum,” on the next Monday Night Beat, as we take a listen to Les McCann’s groundbreaking album, “Layers,” masterfully introducing synthesizers and various electronic keyboards into the realm of “pure” jazz and blues music, not“jazz-fusion”.  As a self-proclaimed “jazz-soul” artist, Les creates a new sound in his music on this 1973 LP release, unlike anything he had previously recorded, and in complete contrast to his best-selling album from 1969, “Swiss Movement.”  It’s got beat, it’s got relaxing mellowness, and it swings, too.

Don’t miss this intriguing, and impressive performance on the original vinyl! Tune in Monday, March 9, at 8:00 p.m. for “Wulfie’s Wax Museum” on the next Monday Night Beat, on KUVO Jazz.

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