“This set from the 1974 Concord Jazz Festival (which has been reissued on CD) is a follow-up to the studio record Soft Shoe and uses similar personnel: guitarist Herb Ellis, bassist Ray Brown, drummer Jake [More]
Crosswinds is the second album of fusion drummer Billy Cobham. The album was released in 1974. It comprises four songs, all composed by Billy Cobham. “Billy Cobham’s second date as a leader was one of [More]
Guardian of the Light is the seventeenth studio album by American keyboardist and record producer George Duke. It was released in 1983 through Epic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in Los Angeles [More]
From Me to You is the tenth studio album by American keyboardist and record producer George Duke. It was released in 1977 through Epic Records, making it his debut release for the label. Recording sessions [More]
This еаrlу Cоnсоrd rесоrdіng (whісh іѕ available оn CD) is unuѕuаl in a couple of wауѕ. Guіtаrіѕt Hеrb Ellіѕ and bassist Rау Brown (who аrе thе со-lеаdеrѕ) аrе joined nоt оnlу bу trumреtеr Harry “Swееtѕ” [More]
Tracklist: A1 Au-Right A2 Love Reborn 3.24 A3 Peace 10:54 A4 My Soul 18:41 B1 Feels So Good 23:25 B2 Manya 30:29 B3 Sweet Bite (Berk, Duke, Heard) 33:49 B4 The Followers 37:26 C1 The [More]
Released in 1974, Faces in Reflection was George Duke‘s third album as a leader for MPS. Track listing: 1.The opening 2.Capricorn 3.Piano solo no.1 4.Piano solo no.2 5.Psychocomatic dung 6.Faces in reflection (instr.) 7.Maria tres filhos [More]
The Allmusic review by Alex Henderson awarded the album 4 stars and stated: ” I Love the Blues, She Heard My Cry isn’t recommended to those who only want to hear Duke as an instrumentalist, [More]
Gеоrgе Dukе hаd been fаіrlу visible іn thе R&B wоrld thanks tо funk gеmѕ lіkе “Reach fоr It” and “Dukеу Stick” whеn he ventured tо Rіо tо rесоrd A Brazilian Love Affаіr, a ѕuреrb dаtе [More]
By 1977, the jazz content of George Duke‘s albums had decreased considerably, and soul and funk had become his main priorities. Reach for It has more to offer from an R&B standpoint than a jazz [More]