The Pulse of Entertainment: Under the Lake Makes Waves with New CD Release ‘Your Horizon Too'
7, 2020) - "The last 20 years I've been playing with sax player Quintin Gerard. Quintin's on this album. He was working
on his album and had a track named ‘Your Horizon.' It inspired me to make ‘Your Horizon Too'. It became a theme
in us getting back together," said keyboardist Jayson Tipp about him and his band Under the Lake's newest project "Your
Horizon Too" (Mind In Overdrive).SYNDICATED COLUMN: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated
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The band, 28 years-old, includes Jayson on keys; Gerard on
sax and flute; Nathan Brown on bass; Richard Sellers on drums, and Patrick Yandall on lead and acoustic guitar. The "Your
Horizon Too" album was released in early April and is produced by Jayson Tipp.
"This album goes back
to Smooth Jazz," Tipps pointed out.
I agree, because in reviewing it I came away loving #1 "It's Your
Horizon" because of Patrick's guitar playing breathing life into the song like a new sunrise brings forth a new day.
I also like #2 "People Make the World Go Round," a cover of The Stylistics' hit, because the guitar playing by Patrick
sings the familiar lyrics and the sax playing gives it that original classic sound. The #6 track, "Side Two," is
a favorite because I love the way the sax makes waves and the guitar tap dances. I also like #8 "Diego Nuevo" because
it's a happy song and I'm addicted to happiness, and I also like the way the keys cuts in bringing in a little mystery. The
last song on the "Your Horizon Too" album is #9 "Josie" because it is a simple and sweet Smooth Jazz selection.
"The Under the Lake band has had different players through the years. Those working with me for the last 20 years
include Nathan, Richard and Quintin," Jayson pointed out about his band. "All four of us are back together - a home
coming. We added Patrick, a long time friend. He is on all 12 tracks." www.UnderTheLake.com