All About Jazz By Woodrow Wilkins.
(Richie Goods) is non-stop with that bass. His flow, his determination, his body movements, his facial expressions…he is a whole package of funky fusion bass playing and I fell in love with his sound and energy. Richie Goods & Nuclear Fusion: Live at The Zinc Bar!!… It is gorgeous and fun and pretty and full of funky fusion vibes. I encourage you all to buy it. KAREN DUGAN
At times I felt like I was hearing what Jimi Hendrix might be doing were he alive today. Other times I felt I was hearing what Return To Forever in their classic quartet configuration might sound like if Stanley Clarke were the leader. The crowd, and I, loved it…Russ Davis, JazzTimes
Richie Goods proves he understands first generation fusion, knows what works best, and brings it all together on his debut as a recording leader, Live at the Zinc Bar. Goods does not try to reinvent old school 1970s-era fusion, nor does he slavishly copy what has come previously. Instead, the ensemble imparts an individual accent to the modern-day proceedings, while Goods and his quartet evoke the glory days of jazz fusion, avoiding the commercialized pitfalls that plagued far too many releases issued during the flared jeans era…Doug Simpson, AUDIOPHILE AUDITION!