If you add up all the things you've done," begins Stu
Goldberg, "what you make of them is a sum total."
Goldberg's intertwining careers --- as a recording artist,
composer and musician --- are vividly recounted in the distinguished
artistry he reveals on his new Rhombus release, "Going
Millions of people have already listened to Stu Goldberg.
In 1974 Stu began a five-year stint as the keyboardist with
John McLaughlin in the legendary Mahavisnu Orchestra. He also
performed with such greats as Al DiMeola, Freddie Hubbard,
Wayne Shorter, Billy Cobham, Jack Bruce, Larry Coryell, Alphonse
Mouzon, and other jazz luminaries, both on record and in concert.
His film and TV scores have garnered awards and entertained
On "Going Home", Stu performs seven original jazz
"Goldberg turns the piano inside out." - Lee
Underwood, Record Review.
"Uncanny Accuracy" - Robert Palmer, The
New York Times.
"A genuine sense of exploration" - Dave Conway,
"Spirited displays of virtuosity" - George Wananmaker,
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