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Jeff Lorber - He Had a Hat (2007) Retail CD
A sophisticated showcase for his varied jazz styles, Jeff Lorber's He Had A Hat finds the pianist moving from softly funky pop jazz numbers to a few straight-ahead swingers. Always an urbane and tasteful musician, Lorber has often found a good balance between contemporary, pop oriented material and more cerebral improvisational cuts and He Had A Hat is a prime example of this duality. To these ends, tracks like the title-cut and the frenetic "Surreptitious" evince a kind of Tower of Power meets Brecker Brothers funk. Fittingly, trumpeter Randy Brecker adds his supple chops to the latter track.more… Similarly engaging, big band numbers like "All Most Blues" and the afterglow ballad "Orchid" bring to mind both early and late-period Miles Davis respectively. Also joining Lorber here are a bevy of name artists including trumpeter Chris Botti, vocalist Paula Cole, saxophonist Gerald Albright and many others.
|1||Anthem for a New America|
|2||He Had a Hat|
|3||Grandma's Hands - Eric Benet, Jeff Lorber|
|5||All Most Blues - Jeff Lorber, , Tom Scott|
|6||Orchid - Chris Botti, Jeff Lorber|
|8||Other Side of the Heart - Eric Benet, Paula Cole, Jeff Lorber|
|10||Super Fusion Unit|
|12||Requiem for Gandalf|
- Jeff Lorber - He Had a Hat (2007) Retail CD
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