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Eric Wyatt / Press

“Eric Wyatt is Sonny Rollins God son his dad was a tenor player an one of Sonny,s boyhood friends an Eric has clearly attended to his godfather in matters of phrase building an articulation while still developing his own sound.Fittingly the two Anderson originals that feature Wyatt,s horn are closest to the feeling of Rollins working band--Bob Blumenthal”

“Clifton fires it up pausing for the sunrise then on about the excitement of the tune. Warren Wolf,s vibes carry a high-octane tone, passing the lead to tenorist Eric Wyatt finding new paths. All this working alongside the leader and Vega,s piano Essiet,s bass an Jeff Tain Watts drum work. This is why Tain waited around that day all as one for a man Sonny Rollins called Nishi.”

“On the closing tune a Monk composition Rhythm-a-Ning we had a treat Eric Wyatt on tenor sax joined the band and he an Justin Robinson traded licks with Hargrove in the back of the stage boppin an grovin to the chemistry poppin down stage !!2006”

WANDA ALI SABIR - San Francisco Bay view National News Paper

“HE plays like Coltrane, Rollins,an Shorter! Eric,s sound is big an fat A REAL TENOR SOUND. In the low range i hear influence of Sonny Rollins an in the High register i HEAR John Coltrane!”

Publicity-Ramsey Short - King Records

“Eric Wyatt is a full bodied player with a tight flowing sound. The music from his cd The Blueprint could have come from a Classic Blue Note album This is top drawer jazz played with FIRE!!”

CADENCE MAGAZINE - CADENCE MAGAZINE

“I am Proud of Eric Wyatt. He is one of the young lions KEEPING THE JAZZ FLAME BURNING!1”

Sonny Rollins - KING RECORDS

“Whether it was Eric Wyatts outstanding tenor solo,s or Stephen Scotts articulate an speedy piano displays or the tight swingin Steve Williams led rhythm section each member of the group was able to shine. The pretty melody was brought out further through Mr Wyatts sax playin in harmony with the trombone though some of the passages. The tenor solo was a standout with Mr Wyatt,s improvising but playin near enough the melody to make his voice easily accesable.. Eric Wyatt with the Clifton Anderson Quintet --Dizzy,s Co Ca Cola Feb-2nd 2009.”