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The Gift

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2017

The Hard Bop Grandpop

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: I Want You; The Hippest Cat in Hollywood; Gratitude; Hawkin'; I Got the Blues in Santa Cruz; We've Got Silver at Six; The Hard Bop Grandpop; The Lady from Johannesburg; Serenade to a Teakettle; Diggin' on Dexter

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Horace Silver: The Hard Bop Grandpop

Read "The Hard Bop Grandpop" reviewed by Marc Davis

With musicians, and artists generally, there's a tendency to think the best work is the earliest. It's usually true. Paul McCartney was never better than when he recorded with the Beatles. Chuck Berry's best work was the early hits like “Johnny B. Goode" and “Roll Over Beethoven." Tom Wolfe hasn't written anything as good ...

Now Playing

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: On Golden Pond; New Hampshire Hornpipe; The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter; Lupita; Pistolero; Milagro; Memphis Stomp; Se Fue; Hurricane Country; It Might Be You; Theme From Mulholland Falls; Random Hearts; Heaven Can Wait; Letting Go; Mud Island Chase

Upfront

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Wes' Coast Swing; Angel; Moment by Moment; Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight; My Funny Valentine; Phat City; Sweet Sweet Love; Ain't No Sunshine; Chill Out; 24/7; Dear Ndugu; Moondance

Irreplaceable

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Irreplaceable, 2. Cell Phone, 3. Black Rose, 4. Take You Out, 5. Strings Of Love, 6. Missing You, 7. Six Play, 8. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise, 9. Stairway To Love, 10. Arizona Sunrise

Now Playing: Movie Themes - Solo Piano

Label: GRP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. On Golden Pond 2. New Hampshire Hornpipe (from On Golden Pond) 3. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter Suite from The Beanfield Wars 4. Lupita 5. Pistolero 6. Milagro Theme 7. Memphis Stomp (from The Firm 8. Se Fue (from Havana 9. Hurricane Country (from Havana) 10. It Might Be You (from Tottsie) 11. Theme From Mulholland Falls 12. Random Hearts 13. Heaven Can Wait 14. Letting Go (from The Champ) 15. Mud Island Chase (from The Firm).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Grusin: Now Playing: Movie Themes - Solo Piano

Read "Now Playing: Movie Themes - Solo Piano" reviewed by David Rickert

Successful film music is designed to enhance rather than dominate a scene, and thus many soundtrack albums, when removed from the context of the movie, are little more than nice background music. However, Grusin, a talented and well-known composer of film scores, has created new interpretation of some of the themes from his past work, many ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Benson: Irreplaceable

Read "Irreplaceable" reviewed by Brian Soergel

The title is ironic now, since this CD was originally to be a collection of all vocal tracks, but the singer/guitarist dropped three songs on the early version and included two songs produced by Paul Brown, “Arizona Sunrise" and “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise," the latter of which is quickly climbing the smooth jazz charts. ...


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