“Drawing on pop, jazz and new age, The Swan is lightweight and sleep-inducing on the whole, but it does have its moments. The CD’s most substantial tunes include “Prospero” and “Ensenada Madness,” which has a [More]
Obsession is a digitally recorded jazz fusion album by Bob James from 1986. The album was Bob James’ first solo album for Warner Bros. Records after roughly ten years at CBS (now Sony Music Entertainment). [More]
Onе оf thе fіrѕt rеlеаѕеѕ оn thе rеѕurrесtеd Okеh Rесоrdѕ іmрrіnt, 2013’ѕ Quartette Humаіnе fеаturеѕ ріаnіѕt Bob James аnd ѕаxорhоnіѕt Dаvіd Sаnbоrn реrfоrmіng a ѕеt оf mоѕtlу оrіgіnаl ѕоngѕ thаt wаlk thе line between funky [More]
Heads is the fifth album by jazz musician Bob James. It was his first album released on his newly formed Tappan Zee label, which was distributed at the time by Columbia Records. AllMusic Review by [More]
Two of a Kind is the second collaboration studio album by Earl Klugh and Bob James released in 1982. The album received a nomination for Best Selling Jazz Album at the NARM Awards in 1983, [More]
One on One is a smooth jazz, crossover jazz studio album by Bob James and Earl Klugh. This album earned the two artists the Grammy award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance in 1981. In May [More]