MYSTERIES OF THE REVOLUTION features BB Davis of the legendary Red Orchidstra and virtuoso French virtuoso keyboardist Dan Biro. Influences range from Miles, Hancock, Zawinul, George Duke, Roland Kirk, Corea, Coltrane, Mahavishnu, Lifetime to Hendrix, Zappa, Led Zep, Doors, Steely Dan to neo-classicism and psychedelica all dished up in a sweaty, heady brew of heavily jazzified, passionate, funked up, blissed-out, head-on grooves with a whole dash a' finesse n' panache - yeah, really!
"Ferocious and intoxicating music." (Chris May - All About Jazz)
"In the hands of Davis, Biro and Smith Mysteries of the Revolution is a unique combination of musical genres that avoids any trappings of excess, performed with aplomb by a trio that has nothing to prove but plenty to say." (John Melman - Abstract Logix)
"...a very fresh take on an area of modern jazz that had been all but abandoned. There are so many sonic diversions on this record that a complete listing would truly be exhausting. You will turn this up VERY loud." (Mark Saleski - BC Magazine)
"...Oscar Wilde on acid." (Time Out)
"The orchestration is impressive in its vast scope... terrific funk-inspired work" (JazzReview.com)
"This is an outstanding album, particularly for those who enjoy keyboard-driven groove jazz with a psychedelic flavor." (wmshax)