Detours Into Unconscious Rhythm Detours into Unconscious Rhythms, Wide Hive Records second release, features legendary guitarist Calvin Keys. Calvin"s career has seen many highlights, from his debut on cult classic Black Jazz Records, to touring and recording with artists such as Ray Charles and Ahmad Jamal. Joining Calvin on his first solo album in seven years are former Black Jazz Records organist Chester Thompson (currently with Santana) and renown drummer Ron E. Beck (who both spent time together in Tower of Power). Also featured is innovative percussionist Kenneth Nash, who first played with Calvin in Ahmad Jamal"s group; as did up-right bassist Jeff Chambers. Roger Glenn is best known for his vibraphone work on Donald Byrd"s Streetlady and Blackbyrd. Other contributors include bassists Artis Joyce and Dimitri Ishshenko, vocalist Scheherazade Stone, and flautist Tim Hyland. Kat Ouano on Fender Rhodes, Broun Fellinis" Kevin Carnes, and turntablist Deejay Zeph represent rising Bay Area talent. On several tracks, writers Babak Tondre and Gregory Howe further develop the jazz-funk stylings of Wide Hive"s first release "Dissent". As a whole effort, "Detours into Unconscious Rhythms" finds direction through many contributions.