Modern Fusion - worth a Listen - Aaron Parks

For those of you that listened to Fusion back in the 70's and 80's and maybe have migrated to more traditional jazz,
here is an Artist / Album I stumbled on in Tidal.

Aaron Parks - Little Big. 

I like it a lot - maybe you will too. 
Music From Our Soul - Charnett Moffett (2017)

An interesting stew of live and studio performances with an equally interesting mix of musicians including at various times:  Pharoah Sanders, Stanley Jordan, Tain Watts, and Cyrus Chestnut.  It ain't all fusion (Tracks 3 & 4 being Mood Indigo & So What, respectively) but it's definitely modern.  

Track 10 - Just Need Love (live track)
(great piano)
Charnett Moffett- 

Now there is a name from the past. I remember seeing Mr, Moffett
in Philly at a free concert when he first hit the scene.
BTW - Nice mellow Live cut - "Just need Love" 

Now that we are on the subject of bass players, how about a little
Christian McBride -   "Ham Hocks and Cabbage "

Trio Jazz but boy does it swing!

Moffett has indeed been around for A while, Doug (though new to me)...over 30 years based on his discography.  
He's on that Tony Williams Civilization recording which is what led me to him.   

No expert on McBride.  I listened to Ham Hocks just now and enjoyed it.  Have you listened to Chick Corea's Trilogy?  Trio format as on Out Here.  McBride on Trilogy with Brian Blade as drummer.  

Looking for higher energy than on Just Need Love?  Try the preceeding track:  For Those Who Know.