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Jeff Golub - Out Of The Blue (1999)

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Jeff Golub - Out Of The Blue (1999)
Artist: Jeff Golub
Title Of Album: Out Of The Blue
Year Of Release: 1999
Label (Catalog#): Atlantic [92819-2]
Country: USA
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks + .cue, log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 59:32 min
Full Size: 373 MB








Tracklist:

01. Wanna Funk? [05:20]
02. Indiana Moon [04:34]
03. Manteca [04:19]
04. The Velvet Touch [06:07]
05. My Everything [06:25]
06. Lucky Strike [05:02]
07. Latitude 19 [05:34]
08. Come On Home [04:43]
09. Paradise Lost [07:40]
10. Groanin' [09:44]

Personnel:

Jeff Golub (guitar);
Vaneese Thomas, James "D-Train" Williams (vocals);
Dave Woodford (saxophone, flute);
Kirk Whalum, Tim Ries (saxophone);
Rick Braun, Jim Hynes (trumpet, flugelhorn);
Michael Davis (trombone);
Jim Biggins (flute);
Jeff Levine, Leon Pendarvis, Ricky Peterson (Hammond B-3 organ);
Kenny White (Wurlitzer piano);
Philippe Saisse (keyboards, percussion);
Marc Antoine (nylon string guitar);
Lincoln Goines (acoustic bass);
Tony Levin (bass, Chapman stick);
Neil Jason (bass);
Steve Ferrone, Steve Barbuto, Shawn Pelton (drums);
Richie Flores, Roger Squitero (percussion).

Guitarist Jeff Golub's three previous CDs, released under the name Avenue Blue, have infused the smooth-jazz format with a much needed shot of soul. Out of the Blue ups the ante a notch by injecting more rock elements. "Indiana Moon" could be an Eric Clapton track sans vocals. Clapton's occasional drummer, Steve Ferrone, adds to the illusion and (with Tony Levin, bass and stick) to the real rhythm section that separates Golub's work from the lifeless programming of some of his "happy jazz" companions. "Manteca" recalls a Santana samba--but throughout the tune, it's more Jimi Hendrix than either Eric or Carlos. "Wanna Funk?" and "Groanin'" offer ripping solos more pleasing to guitar fans than to "wave" programmers. Golub's said that he wants "to play like Al Green sings," and it's his touch that makes him distinctive. If Out of the Blue's smooth, modern ballad arrangements result in him sounding at times closer to Luther Vandross than to the earthier Green, that's still a fine voice to reach for. -- Michael Ross

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