Moon Blazers Presents The Milky Williams Quintet
During the summer of 2010 the Moon Blazers were touring in the east coast, taking the path train from Jersey to Manhattan they encountered an electric malfunction located on the passage car they were traveling on together. Nobody else was in the train as it was thrust side to side, lights went out, smoke filled the air, they all passed out. When awoken by paramedics they were looked upon strangely, stumbling to their feet, walking up the stairs, found themselves somewhere else. It was now 1975. Transported back in time, the Moon Blazers were confused about their current situation. Instinctively their passion for music surpassed all selfish endeavors as they began to become locals in the clubs throughout New York, alas, their style was considered extremely avante-garde. It was decided to go by a different moniker, thus, The Milky Williams Quintet was born. Working alongside countless jazz artists, they traveled to Europe, where they were adored in the London and Paris nightlife. Inking a deal with a London based Jazz label, the quintet released the album to high praise. During a tour back in America, the crew found themselves in a similar situation on the New York metro, looking at each other ready to return. This is that album taken from the vaults, remastered for you. Actually, none of that happened, but that woulda been fresh.