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Jeff Lorber - State of Grace (1996)

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Jeff Lorber - State of Grace (1996)
Artist: Jeff Lorber
Title Of Album: State of Grace
Year Of Release: 1996
Label(Catalog#): Verve Forecast[314-531-555-2]
Country:USA
Genre: Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate:Lossless
Time: 44:56
Full Size: 270 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

1. Wide Open Spaces
2. Pacific Coast Highway
3. State of Grace
4. Bring It On
5. Cat Paws
6. Katherine
7. Hearts on Fire
8. Moonterrace
9. The Island of Temples
10. Deep Ellum

personnel :

Jeff Lorber - Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3, Wurlitzer electric piano, Steinway M grand piano, Kawai EP308, Minimoog, Ensoniq
Art Porter – Alt sax on track 5 and 10
Dave Koz – Soprano sax on track 3
Eric Benet – Vocal on track 4
Gary Meek – Flute, Bass clarinet, Soprano sax
John Robinson – Drums
Marlon McClain – Guitar
Michael Landau – Guitar
Nathaniel Phillips – Bass
Stuart Wylen – Guitar
Sue Anne Carwell – Vocal on track 7

Delving deep as ever into the retro, vibin, chillin' atmospheres is veteran keyboard funkateer Jeff Lorber, who was actually around playing and helping create the fusion style of jazz in the first place. On the cool explosions of State of Grace (Verve Forecast), one of pop fusion's early forebears shuns the synthesizer effects and again pulls out his healthy, well-traveled rack of simmering memories -- the Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3, Hohner Clavinet, Wurlitzer electric piano, Mini-Moog, and, in keeping with the eloquence promised in the album title, the Steinway M grand piano. The result is a mostly hypnotic, marvelously organic ride through territory that is all at once familiar and uncharted. Percussive melodies are still the key to Lorber's West Side Stories, but this time he complements his trademark soul with the spiritual flute flutterings of Gary Meek, in addition to all-star contributions by Art Porter and Dave Koz. Koz and Lorber's recent trip to Indonesia for a songwriting symposium with Asian composers led to the most intriguing tune here, the mysterious and exotic "The Island of Temples." What luck that just as a guy like Lorber decides he never wants to leave the '70s, the mystical Me Decade is suddenly back, welcoming his likes again with open arms.~Jonathan Widran

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