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Wayman Tisdale - Face To Face (2001)

Jazz | Author: SELMER | 8-12-2011, 07:25
Wayman Tisdale - Face To Face (2001)
Artist: Wayman Tisdale
Title Of Album: Face To Face
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Funk / R&B
Format: FLAC (image)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 43:07 min
Total Size: 286 MB


01. LovePlay [04:19]
02. When I Open Up My Eyes [04:43]
03. Brand New [04:15]
04. Brazilia [03:58]
05. If I Ever [04:10]
06. Face To Face [04:11]
07. Say I Do [04:00]
08. Can't Hide Love [03:44]
09. Stay [04:26]
10. Show Me The Way [05:16]


Wayman Tisdale - vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, synthesizer, bass, programming;
Carnell Murrell - vocals, organ, keyboards, programming;
Ericka Smith, Nicki Richards, Bernard Jackson - vocals;
David Mann - tenor saxophone, flute, alto flute, keyboards, programming;
Steve Cole - saxophone, programming;
Barry Danielian - trumpet, flugelhorn;
Mike Davis - trombone;
Tracy Carter - Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, programming, background vocals;
Marcello Nine - keyboards, programming;
Theresa Jones, Dennis Ross - keyboards;
Nick Moroch - acoustic & electric guitars, programming;
Wayne Pedzwater, Reggie Carlson, Ron Jenkins - bass;
Ralph Role - drums;
Bashiri Johnson - percussion;
Danielle Tisdale - background vocals.

The former National Basketball Association superstar, who has over 5,000 rebounds, comes back with his fourth album, and like the title suggests, it is a personal work with some instrumental depth and a varied R&B flavor. The 10-song set starts off slamming with "Loveplay," a track that reveals that the giant electric bass player is gaining more control over his style, and infusing less of the nuances of his musical mentor, Stanley Clarke. From there the album plunges headlong into modern R&B with a contribution from the female vocal trio Out of Eden. Those two tracks tell the tale of this album, as the selections are either well-orchestrated smooth-jazz cuts, superbly coproduced by saxophonist David Mann, or lush vocal tracks, one featuring the former lead singer of the group Surface, Bernard Jackson. And just when Tisdale is finding his own voice on bass, he debuts as a singer on the title track. He serves himself well, but it's not a three-point play. In fact, this album is playing two half-court games--one in the smooth-jazz yard, the other in the grooves of R&B. -- Mark Ruffin

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