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Audio CD (June 9, 1998)
Original Release Date: June 9, 1998
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
1. Still The One 5:42
2. Little Foxes 5:47
3. Sexual Healing 5:27
4. Charmed, I'm Sure 6:12
5. Someone To Love 5:43
6. Rio Rush 7:47
7. Piece Of My Heart 4:25
8. Slow Slide 5:04
9. Vest Pocket 4:41
10. Swamp Jazz 4:49
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fourplay continues to play good jazz music. One noticable difference from
this album is the extended vocal talent on some of the tracks. The bass
lines are a little better than before, but still not as developed as they
could be. However, if you're into upbeat jazz that keeps moving, you may
want to experiment with some older Fourplay albums because this one has
that slow "Playboy" sound to it on most of the tracks.
Another harmonious marriage of musical genious by this first rate quintet
including the truely expressive Bob James, the irrepressible Larry Carlton,
the haunting voice and talent of Nathan East and lastly and by no mean
least Mr Harvey Mason.
Of course virtuoso Larry Carlton replacing Lee Ritenour on keyboards brings
a fresh new feel to the group, Larry being an exceptional musician in his
own right. His fluid and evocative playing can only serve to steer this
imaginative and talented group to even headier heights. This album truely
does eloquently demonstrate Fourplay's reputation for exquisitely performed
music which is both cutting edge and refreshingly unique.
Its hard to quantify such a first rate piece of modern jazz on such a
medium, all I can say is that all the tracks are exceptional in their own
right. I would recommend this recording to any music lover, its far too
good to compartmentalise it to just jazz. Worth its weight in gold just for
the heady and classic performance by Marvin Gaye of Sexual Healing on track 3.
I listen to larry carlton or bob james or lee ritenour... all of which are
fantastic in their group fouplay and on their own albums.... this cd is
very pleasing to listen to but i am wondering what planet jazzy jane below
is from she writes an intelligent review but says that larry carlton
replaced lee ritenour on KEYBOARDS???? come on now dear... and why in the
heck does amazon have a link to BABYFACE on this page like he is on the