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Don Grusin - Zephyr (1991)

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Don Grusin - Zephyr (1991)
Artist: Don Grusin
Title Of Album: Zephyr
Year Of Release: 1991
Label(Catalog#): GRP[GRD-9644]
Country:USA
Genre: Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate:Lossless
Time: 44:28
Full Size: 304 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

1 - Zephyr 3:26
2 - Tonight, Pure Love 5:46
3 - Still Good Lookin' 3:51
4 - Anoranza 3:23
5 - Hardwood 5:53
6 - Storyteller 4:40
7 - Chico 2:40
8 - Tribe 4:34
9 - The Last Train 5:05
10 - Hattie-Mae (Dance All Day) 5:00

personnel :

Don Grusin - Piano, Synthesizer, Vocals (Background)
Alex Acuсa - Conga, Cymbals, Drums, Hi Hat, Percussion
Abraham Laboriel, Sr. - Bass (Electric)
Carlos Rios - Guitar (Electric)
Ernie Watts - Saxophone (Alto), Saxophone (Tenor)
Tom Brechtlein - Drums
Carl Anderson - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Eric Marienthal - Sax (Soprano)
Kate Markowitz - Vibraphone, Vocals (Background)
Lou Pardini - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Marilyn Scott - Vocals (Background)
Dori Caymmi - Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals, Voices
Jerry Goodman - Viola (Electric), Violin
Gary Grant - Trumpet
Gary Herbig - Saxophone (Tenor)
Jerry Hey - Trumpet

Don Grusin's rousing blend of acoustic piano passion and electric synth energy allows him to create an amazingly diverse experience on this recording. The keyboardist's album may be called Zephyr, defined by Oxford as a "gentle wind," but with a few exceptions, this is a Brazilian/Latin spiced hurricane of a collection. Grusin's compositions are full of toe tapping surprises, but the shows his real strength by placing his keyboards and the steamy saxes of Ernie Watts and Eric Marienthal over the percussive inspirations of Tom Brechtlein and Alex Acuna. Violinist Jerry Goodman also takes a romance filled solo. As with the previous year's Raven, Zephyr takes the ordinary melodic pop jazz and twists it into refreshing world beat groove. There are a few drawbacks. Most of the slower numbers come as letdowns to the jamming tone Grusin sets, and the vocal shared by Carl Anderson and Lou Pardini is too silly to be taken seriously. ~ Jonathan Widran

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  • #1: rehtakul (19 February 2012 19:56)

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    Excelent! Thanks
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    #2: twisterwes (22 November 2012 13:21)

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    please reupload the CD. REeally want to hear this one.
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