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  • 2 years ago


Byron Miller is emerging from a 12-year recording hiatus with his finest, flawless and most fully realized album as a leader, prophetically titled Psycho Bass. The album – the fourth of his career overall  - contains three of the last recorded performances of George Duke, special veteran guests Ndugu Chancler on drums, guitarist David T. Walker and percussionist Sheila E, as well as introduces the universe to the freshly chocolate minted fierceness of the Psycho Bass Band. Slammin’ from beginning to end, Psycho Bass is a non-stop, no-skip winner that is going to blow listeners minds to become the most beloved, raved over and uplifted album of the year.  Byron has played with Luther Vandross, Ludacris, Beyonce, Roy Ayers, and his mentor, the late George Duke, whom he started playing with at age 19.  Both melodic and percussive, the Byron Miller bass sound is as intoxicating as Pouilly-Fuissé wine from a brown paper sack, unimpeachably funky, instantly recognizable and clearly sourced fr