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  Наименование CD :
   Peace Of Mind



Год издания : 1999

Компания звукозаписи : Hip Bop Essence, (wb)

Музыкальный стиль : Post-Bop, Saxophone Jazz

Время звучания : 1:10:33

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Saxophone - Bop)      

Detroit saxophonist Dave McMurray, who might be remembered in the '80s as one of the finest avant expressionists in his heyday with Griot Galaxy, follows the same smooth jazz path as on his previous Warner Brothers release The Dave McMurray Show. This CD is not as hard edged, it's actually much, much cooler, the majority being instrumental numbers that have a similar small funk flavor, McMurray playing alto, tenor, and soprano sax, and a smidgen of flute. He's backed on many of the tracks by electric bass guitarist Darrell Smith, guitarist Wayne Gerard, no drummer, but percussionist Dennis Sheridan. Most of the rhythm seems to come from programmed keyboards. Cameos are from pianist Bob James, Don and David Was, guitarist Al Martin and singer Sweet Pea Atkinson. Since many of the tempos are slow to mid-speed, there's not much to distinguish one from another, save McMurray's cut-below David Sanborn musings on different saxes. The vocal tracks "For You" (plus a remix) and "Let It Go" have Donald Ray Mitchell and Herschel Boone sounding like Stevie Wonder, while three Ridgeway family vocalists (Esther, Gloria and Gracie) on Prince's "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?" sing only the refrain. Musical highlights include Rayse Biggs' Miles-like trumpet on the title track, Bob James Fender Rhodes solo during "My Brother & Me," and an acoustic romp with guitarist Mark Whitfield for "Gar Z." The most interesting number is "Chow Main Street," its churning percussion and meditative underpinnings quite reminiscent of Leon Thomas and Pharoah Sanders' "Hum Allah (Prince of Peace.)" All in all a recording typical of this genre made by skilled musicians who only scratch the surface of their already established abilities and talents. McMurray is a quite engaging saxophonist in search of a more substantive backdrop, and a better record deal.

- Michael G. Nastos (All Music Guide)


  Соисполнители :

Bob James (Piano)
David Was (Percussion, Vocals)
Dennis Sheridan (Percussion)
Don Was (Double Bass, Percussion, Vocals)
Gloria Ridgeway (Vocals)
Gracie Ridgeway (Vocals)
Hilary James (Fender Rhodes)
Jamie Muhoberac (Keyboards)
Luis Resto (Fender Rhodes, Organ, Piano)
Mark Whitfield (Guitar)
Ralphe Armstrong (Double Bass)
Rayse Biggs (Trumpet)
Sweet Pea Atkinson (Vocals)
Wayne Gerard (Guitar)


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   1 Down Easy         0:05:17 McMurray
   2 My Brother & Me         0:05:33 -"-
   3 For You     T       0:05:43 -"-
   4 Chow Main Street         0:06:42 McMurray, Was, Was
   5 How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?         0:03:57 Prince
   6 Home (For My Mother)         0:05:33 McMurray
   7 Gar Z         0:05:38 -"-
   8 Brown Sugar     T       0:04:39 D'Angelo , Muhammad
   9 1988         0:04:50 McMurray
   10 Let It Go         0:04:11 -"-
   11 Michele         0:04:43 -"-
   12 In This Life         0:04:29 -"-
   13 Peace Of Mind     T       0:05:17 -"-
   14 For You (Smooth Mix)         0:04:01 -"-

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