Lenny White - 1995 Present Tense с моего диска,сканера,к сожалению,нет Приятного прослушивания инфо.

Жанр: Jazz/Jazz Rock/Fusion Год выпуска диска: 1995 Производитель диска: USA - Hip Bop Records HIBD 8004 Аудио кодек: FLAC Тип рипа: image+cue Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность: Total Time: 72:25 Трэкаищгблист: 1 Thick 2 East St Louis 3 Who Do You Love 4 Door #3 5 Sweet Tooth 6 Wolfbane 7 Tea In The Sahara 8 Dark 9 And Then You'll Know 10 By Any Means Necessary 11 Two Weeks In Another Town 12 The Shadow Of Lo 13 Caprice Total Time: 72:25Lenny White: drums,айнки percussion, sound programming, keyboards (7, 8, 10, 11) Chick Corea: acoustic piano, Fender Rhodes, organ, synthesizers (4, 5, 6, 7, 13) Mulgrew Miller: piano (9) Bernard Wright: keyboards, piano, Fender Rhodes, organ, synthesizer (1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 10) John Dryden: synthesizer (5) Gil Goldstein: synthesizer (7, 13) Pete Levin: synthesizer (9, 11) George Whitty: synthesizer (11) Adam Holtzman: synthesizer (12) Michael Brecker: tenor saxophone (1, 9, 11) Antoine Roney: tenor saxophone (2акаъч) Rick Margitza: tenor saxophone (8) Danny Walsh: tenor and alto saxophones (10, 12) Kenny Garrett: alto and soprano saxophones (4, 6) John Scofield: guitar (5, 6, 13) Dean Brown: guitar (1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12) Tony Purrone: guitar (6, 8) Marcus Miller: bass (1, 3, 11) Charles Fambrough: bass (2) Victor Bailey: bass (5, 6, 13) James Genus: bass (9, 12) Stanley Clarke: tenor bass (8) Michal Urbaniak: violin (3) Michael "Patches" Stewart: trumpet, flugelhorn (2) Muckhead: rap Chaka Khan: vocals (3) Mark Ledford: vocals (3, 10) Nicki Richards: vocals (7) Jean McClain: vocals (10)Hip Bop 8004Comments: As underscored in the liner notes of this his forst solo release in 13 years, there's drummer Lenny White in the past tense (eg, Bitches Brew, the group Return To Forever) and Lenny White in the present tense (this funk - charged, synthesizer glazed collection of fusion) White has invited lots of guests who play significant roles in taking the album to higher ground Some stакзйыick around for only a short spell: Mulgrew Miller sits in long enough to take a fine piano break on the melancholic ballad "And Then You'll Know", and Stanley Clarke shows up to save the otherwise bland "Dark" with his flutter - and - sting tenor bass excursion Other VIP visitors like Kenny Garrett, Chick Corea and John Scofield hitch on the longer rides They're especially potent when they team together on the monster tune of the bunch, "Wolfbane", a steamy cauldron of funked-up fusion that White pounds and bashes his stamp of approval on at the end Disappointments include concessions to the urban-pop music crowd ("Who Do You Love" and Sting's "Tea In The Sahara") and the contemporary jazz offering "Two Weeks In Another Town" On the flip side, Corea earns the MVP award for his keyboard contributions, including his spirited jaunt with Scofield on the playful finale, "Caprice" - Dan Oullette, DOWNBEATРиакиычп мой с моего диска,сканера,к сожалению,нетПриятного прослушивания.


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