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Steve Smith And Vital Information - Come On In (2004)

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Steve Smith And Vital Information - Come On In (2004)
Artist: Steve Smith And Vital Information
Title Of Album: Come On In
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Mascot Records
Country: US
Genre: Jazz / Fusion
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:02:32
Full Size: 417 MB


01. Time Tunnel (5:38)
02. Come On In (5:40)
03. Beneath The Surface (2:06)
04. Cat Walk (6:05)
05. Around The World (9:35)
06. Soho (6:25)
07. A Little Something (8:22)
08. From Naples To Heaven (4:08)
09. Baton Rouge (6:18)
10. Fine Line (2:18)
11. High Wire (5:52)


Steve Smith – Drumset and Udu;
Frank Gambale – Guitar;
Tom Coster – Keyboards and Accordion;
Baron Browne – Bass.

Steve Smith's Vital Information has evolved from being a fusion band into one that is closer to soul-jazz. He had led units under the Vital Information name for 21 years when he recorded Come On In, a tight quartet album featuring guitarist Frank Gambale (of Chick Corea's Elektric Band), keyboardist Tom Coster (who also plays accordion), and bassist Baron Browne. The music includes some grooves worthy of Joe Zawinul, straight-ahead sections, catchy themes, and plenty of funky rhythms that avoid being predictable, plus a heated up-tempo blues "A Little Something." Smith is mostly in the background, content to propel and inspire his sidemen into playing some of their finest music. This set, which crosses many musical boundaries, reveals Steve Smith's Vital Information to be one of the most underrated bands in modern jazz and serves as an excellent introduction to the group's music. -- Scott Yanow ~ AllMusic.com

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