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Jeff Lorber: Chemistry in Fusion

Read "Jeff Lorber: Chemistry in Fusion" reviewed by Jim Worsley

I don't know that anyone would confuse Jeff Lorber with a mad scientist, but you know, as they say, if the shoe fits. Lorber is far from mad, so okay, let's take that out of the equation. However, if the art of music can be further developed and shaped by scientific measures then Lorber resembles Albert ...

At Last...The Duets Album

Label: Arista Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. (Everything I Do) I Do It For You - (featuring LeAnn Rimes); 2. At Last - (featuring Arturo Sandoval); 3. I Believe I Can Fly - (featuring Yolanda Adams); 4. Careless Whisper - (featuring Brian McKnight); 5. Beautiful - (featuring Chaka Khan); 6. Pick Up The Pieces - (featuring David Sanborn); 7. Baby Come To Me - (featuring Daryl Hall); 8. Misty - (featuring Gladys Knight); 9. Don't Know Why - (featuring David Benoit); 10. Way You Move, The - (featuring Earth, Wind And Fire); 11. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - (featuring Richard Marx); 12. Alfie - (featuring Burt Bacharach); 13. The Music That Makes Me Dance - (featuring Barbra Streisand)

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At Last...The Duets Album

Read "At Last...The Duets Album" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

This album is the pinnacle of artistic inspiration, an achievement nonpareil for annihilating depression, a lone triumph among the hundreds of albums scrutinized annually in search of gems. Kenny G's At Last -The Duets Album is, in short, everything a jazz reviewer might possibly hope for. The ultimate stage for creative indulgence, limited only ...

Master Hits

Label: Arista Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: I Robot; I Wouldn

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Alan Parsons Project: Master Hits

Read "Master Hits" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Since this section is supposed to involve both fusion and progressive music, I thought I'd include something off the beaten path this month. The First Wave of progressive rock is generally understood to include influential bands like Yes, Gentle Giant, King Crimson, Genesis and Procol Harum, though many will argue that the genre dates even as ...

Supernatural

Label: Arista Records
Released: 1999


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