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01.11.2019

In The Garden - Bob James - One (CD, Album)

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  1. Bob James &#; One (Full Album) One is the first solo album by jazz musician Bob James released in It followed "Bold Conceptions ( on Mercury) and "Explosions ( on ESP-Disk). It was an important album in the early smooth jazz genre and is famous for its end track, "Nautilus", which became culturally important to hip hop as one.
  2. Album · · 6 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In One Bob James Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Valley of the Shadows. 1. PREVIEW In the Garden. 2. PREVIEW Soulero. 3. PREVIEW PREVIEW In the Garden. 2.
  3. Bob James and Earl Klugh's highly lucid, beautifully restrained One On One album helped pave the way for the so-called Smooth Jazz phenomenon of the s and '90s. This edition of the Grammy award-winning, million-selling album includes two bonus tracks and in-depth sleevenotes and interviews with Bob James and Earl Klugh. Salvo.
  4. An entry within Metro Doubles series, One, Two, Three & BJ4: The Legendary Albums is a two-CD set containing Bob James' first four albums, presented in chronological order. The set is a good way to pick up these four James' discs -- not only is it a convenient, concise way to get the records, but they're presented well with good liner notes, including track-by-track commentary by Chris Ingham.
  5. This keyboardist was putting the "smooth" into "jazz" long before there was a format by that name. Since the mids, Bob James has been one of instrumental music's most consistent purveyors of tunes that hover in the gray area between lighthearted pop and more sophisticated jazz textures. James' approach here is a little like his contribution to the supergroup Fourplay-- rather than dominate.
  6. One is Bob James' first release as a solo artist on the CTI label. The record from features a lot of the then young and emerging session musicians who would be the backbone of most Jazz/Rock/Soul recordings in New York in the seventies - among others, Steve Gadd, Idris Muhammad, Gary King, Jon Faddis, Lew Soloff, Marvin Stamm, Thad Jones, Grover Washington, Jr., Ralph MacDonald.
  7. Dec 19,  · Well, it's not as bad as Heads (the standard by which all bad Bob James and 70s instrumental pop records are measured). But most of it is still very, very bad. "Valley of the Shadows" and "In the Garden" are horrible pop versions of old church music. "Soulero" does its best to ruin a classic/5().

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