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|Bruce Hornsby||Primary Artist, Piano, Accordion, Vocals|
|Bruce Hornsby & the Range||Indexed Contributor|
|Glenn Wilson||Baritone Saxophone|
|Joe Lynn White||Vocals|
|Bobby Read||Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone|
|Steve Lipson||Special Effects|
Posted October 1, 2010
This cd follows the same path Harbor lights did, yet Hot House delivers much more energy and jazz influence. We get to hear some beautiful instrumental arrangements along with many other discriminating artists who join Hornsby, such as Pat Metheny (who also played on Harbor Lights). The guitar virtuoso really gave some songs more musical depth with his breathtaking solos on such tunes as the magnificent ''Country Doctor'' and ''The Changes'' which sounds like Bruce Hornsby filling in for Lyle Mays in the PMG. Hot House really is an all-star cast and each song is a work of art. It is the perfect combination of jazz, pop, rock and even some folk. It is Hornsby's most confident, mature and accomplished work. Highly recommended.
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Posted July 8, 2013
This is a go-to Bruce Hornsby session for me. He gives us more of his infectious jazz chops, and the horn arrangements, especially on Hot House Ball, are exemplary. It was this record that made me wish for a pure jazz instrumental album from Hornsby, and we got it later with Camp Meeting.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.