Project Camelot has been covering the roll-out of Artificial Intelligence, that emerged from the PROMIS SOFTWARE augmentation by Michael Riconisciutto to the Battle of the AI's playing out in Aurora Colorado and the Mark Richard's interviews. Project Camelot witness, Pete Peterson in Part Three of our interview, years ago admitted that in essence we were already living in the TERMINATOR scenario with a Skynet centralized command and control system.
Inspiration is trombonist/composer/bandleader Phil Ranelin's first self-led studio date in eight years. His last, A Close Encounter of the Very Best Kind, was solid and wonderfully articulated and arranged, but was criminally under-recognized. Ranelin's star has been on the rise again in recent years with renewed interest in his recordings on Detroit's legendary Tribe Records imprint (which he co-founded)–reissued on the Hefty and P-VIne labels. Wide Hive has given Ranelin free rein in creating this tribute to his mentors and peers.