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Boney James - Ride (2001)

Jazz | Author: indeep1 | 10-01-2013, 02:26
Boney James - Ride (2001)
Artist: Boney James
Title Of Album: Ride
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Warner
Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 48:46
Total Size: 313 MB(+3%)


01 - Heaven(featuring Trina Broussard)
02 - Grand Central
03 - RPM
04 - Something Inside(featuring Dave Hollister)
05 - So Beautiful
06 - See What I'm Sayin'?
07 - All About You
08 - Ride(featuring Jaheim)
09 - As You Are
10 - This Is The Life
11 - Boneyard
Boney James - Ride (2001)
personnel :

Rex Rideout - Piano, Keyboards, Programming, Fender Rhodes
Rohn Lawrence - Guitar
Leon Bisquera - Keyboards
Boney James - Arranger, Keyboards, Sax (Soprano), Programming, Sax (Tenor), Instrumentation, Wind Synthesizer, Producer
Alex Al - Bass
Johnny Britt - Vocals (Background)
Trina Broussard - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Paulinho Da Costa - Percussion
Jerry Hey - Trumpet, Horn Arrangements, Flugelhorn
Dan Higgins - Flute, Flute (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Dave Hollister - Vocals
Paul Jackson, Jr. - Guitar
Bill Reichenbach Jr. - Trombone, Trumpet (Bass)
David Torkanowsky - Keyboards
Ahmir Thompson - drums
Andy Narell - steel drums
Marcus Miller - bass
Larry Kimpel - bass

For his eighth release RIDE, jazzy saxophonist and keyboardist Boney James picks up where he left off navigating deftly from smooth jazz to R&B and back again. While loyal listeners will quickly recognize that they've been over Boney's familiar terrain before, smooth jazz fans will undoubtedly find this ride veering more deeply into rhythm-and-blues territory as James keeps a steady balance of both.

James gets things going right from the start with singer Trina Broussard's soulful vocals warmly inviting us to hop aboard on "Heaven." The journey picks up pace as it works it way through the jazzy "Grand Central" before stepping it up with "RPM," the CD's curiously aerobic-paced mover. With the help of R&B crooners Dave Hollister and Jahiem, James playfully steers listeners through pleasing melodic ballads before adding backbone to the upbeat "See What I'm Sayin'?" courtesy of bass mastermind and producer Marcus Miller. This ride saves the best for last with "This Is The Life," as Andy Narell's steel pans and Paulinho DaCosta's percussion add just the right amount of Caribbean flavor to the robust, jazzy closer.

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