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Euge Groove - Play Date (2002)

Jazz | Author: SELMER | 7-05-2012, 08:50
Euge Groove - Play Date (2002)
Artist: Euge Groove
Title Of Album: Play Date
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 48:40 min
Total Size: 333 MB








Tracklist:

01. Slam Dunk [03:48]
02. From The Top [05:52]
03. Gonna B Alright [04:33]
04. Let`s Get It On [04:41]
05. Rewind [04:37]
06. Love Me [04:41]
07. Hide And Seek [04:21]
08. Belle Maria [04:23]
09. Play Date [05:53]
10. With You I`d Believe [05:48]

Personnel:

Euge Groove (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone);
Stacy Campbell (vocals);
David Kahlid Woods (guitar, keyboards, drum programming);
Paul Jackson, Jr. , Peter White , Tony Maiden (guitar);
Dean Parks (acoustic guitar, electric guitar);
Jerry Hey (strings);
Herman Jackson (electric piano, organ, synthesizer);
Michael Egizi (Fender Rhodes piano, drum programming);
Freddie Ravel (Fender Rhodes piano);
Mark Portmann (keyboards, programming);
Larry Kimpel (upright bass, electric bass);
Alex Al (electric bass);
Teddy Campbell (drums);
Luis Conte, Paulinho Da Costa (percussion);
Paul Brown (programming, drum programming).



Saxophonist Euge Groove (nee Steven Eugene Grove) finds just the right mix of cage-rattling, urban-derived rhythms and muscular, old-style sax for an euge-ly entertaining Play Date (Warner Bros.). The album opener, "Slam Dunk," has a heavy feel, with multitracked horns that are well matched to the industrial, lumbering grooves of the genre. Groove's hooky, hard-bopping phrases pop through his multilayered arrangements, as on the octave-hopping bass groove of "Hide and Seek" and on "From the Top," where a meaty tenor line provides the steady center for the rhythmic swirls. Throughout the CD, Groove adds key arrangement and solo touches to distinguish his work from the NAC pack. Tight horn harmonies lift "Gonna B Alright" beyond the norm of urban-boudoir fare, and a growling, guttural lead on "Let's Get It On" keeps the well-worn Marvin Gaye piece fresh. Though some of the tunes are slow to materialize, Groove resists the urge to overdramatize his arrangements. This decision keeps the Latin-dancing "Bella Maria" well balanced and engaging, and the gospel-tinged pop-ballad "With You I'd Believe" a stately alto showpiece. -- Hilarie Grey



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  • #1: twisterwes (19 November 2012 21:13)

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    PLease re-upload this to DepositFiles. The links are dead. Thank you.
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