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George Howard - Do I Ever Cross Your Mind (1992)

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George Howard - Do I Ever Cross Your Mind (1992)
Artist: George Howard
Title Of Album: Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
Year Of Release: 1992
Label(Catalog#): GRP Records[GRP-96692]
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz, Soul, Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate:Lossless
Time: 53:34
Full Size: 353 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

1. Just The Way I Feel 5:21
2. Try Again 5:00
3. Cross Your Mind 4:53
4. Stay Here With Me 4:59
5. Shadow 5:41
6. Partly Cloudy 5:43
7. Spirit 4:34
8. Modern Love 5:10
9. Jo Jo 6:21
10. Mind Bender 5:46
George Howard - Do I Ever Cross Your Mind (1992)
personnel :


George Howard - vocals, flute, soprano saxophone, keyboards, EWI, background vocals
Kathy Hazzard, Debra Parson, James Ingram , Phil Perry, Carl Anderson - vocals, background vocals
Carl Carlwell, Bobette Jamison-Harrison, Alex Brown - vocals
L. Carl Burnett, Kevin Chikan, A. Ray Fuller, Kevin Chokan, Ray Fuller, Carl Burnett, Charlie Singleton - guitar
Leonard "Doc" Gibbs - shakuhachi, congas, claves, shaker
Stanley Clarke - piccolo
Vance Taylor - piano, grand piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, synthesizer, bass synthesizer
Deron Johnson - Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, keyboard programming
Rex Rideout - Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards
Ray Griffin - keyboards, background vocals
Darrell Smith, Dave Cochran, David Cochrane, Mark Ellis Stephens - keyboards
Paulinho Da Costa - congas, percussion
Luis Conte - talking drum, shaker, timbales, tumba, percussion
Brad Buxer, Brad Bucer, Al McGee, Huston Singletary - programming
Debra Killings, Cara Fears, Phillip Ingram, Julie Delgado - background vocals

Unlike most of the soprano blowers out there in the pop-jazz market, Howard avoids the "Fuzak" plague, and keeps a stronghold on his R&B roots. At the same, time, Howard's 1992 CD stays away from the vocal-dominated tracks, which pop up all the more frequently in this genre. A solid, masterful set of funk/fusion. ~ Steve Aldrich, All Music Guide


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