That jam-band contingent is still highly enamored of MM&W's Booker T.-based instrumental jazz-funk, but later, when the band added the turntables of DJ Logic and drummer Billy Martin became Illy B, hip-hop heads jumped aboard, too. Now MM&W are mentioned in the same breath as the wildly eclectic Ozomatli, and the band's most recent album, Uninvisible, could appeal to just about any lover of the almighty groove.
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