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Spyro Gyra - Rites Of Summer (1988) [Vinyl]

HD Tracks & Vinyl, Jazz | Author: SELMER | 29-04-2018, 17:58
Spyro Gyra - Rites Of Summer (1988)  [Vinyl]
Artist: Spyro Gyra
Title Of Album: Rites Of Summer
Year Of Release: 1988
Label: MCA Records
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz / Fusion
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit]
Time: 46:40 min
Full Size: 911 MB


A1 Claire's Dream [5:38]
A2 Daddy's Got A New Girl Now [4:02]
A3 Limelight [4:27]
A4 Shanghai Gumbo [4:28]
A5 Innocent Soul [4:52]

B1 No Man's Land [5:37]
B2 Yosemite [5:21]
B3 The Archer [4:59]
B4 Captain Karma [5:40]

1998's Rites of Summer is the album on which Spyro Gyra once and for all abandons every pretense toward being anything other than a slickly commercial instrumental pop outfit with occasional feints toward the smoothest of smooth jazz. As always with Spyro Gyra, the slower and more impressionistic tunes are much more interesting than the upbeat songs. Where "Daddy's Got a New Girl Now" sounds like the backing track to an unreleased Deniece Williams single and "No Man's Land" and "Captain Karma" sound as if they were written as background music for the local forecasts on The Weather Channel, "Claire's Dream," by bandleader and saxophonist Jay Beckenstein, is haunting and memorable, and keyboardist Tom Schuman's "Innocent Soul" is a downright lovely m?lange of Brian Eno and Erik Satie at their most lyrical. Fans who admired the more complex and occasionally even edgy sound of Spyro Gyra's earliest albums will be disappointed, but those who liked the rest of their '80s releases will find this comfortingly familiar. -- Stewart Mason

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