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David Sanborn - Inside (1999)

8-09-2015, 11:11
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

David Sanborn - Inside (1999)

Artist: David Sanborn
Title Of Album: Inside
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Elektra Records
Genre: Jazz / Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 47:29 min
Total Size: 261 MB / 108 MB


01. Corners (For Herbie) [04:48]
02. Daydreaming [05:36]
03. Trance [05:01]
04. Brother Ray [05:56]
05. Lisa [04:32]
06. When I'm With You [04:57]
07. Naked Moon [05:41]
08. Cane [00:45]
09. Ain't No Sunshine [04:12]
10. Miss You [05:55]


David Sanborn (alto saxophone);
Marcus Miller (vocals, bass clarinet, electric piano, drum programming);
Bill Frisell (guitar);
Dean Brown (acoustic guitar, electric guitar);
Fareed Haque (acoustic guitar);
Hank Roberts (cello);
Lenny Pickett , Michael Brecker (tenor saxophone);
Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxophone);
Wallace Roney (trumpet);
Gil Goldstein (electric piano);
Gene Lake (drums);
Don Alias (percussion);
David Isaac (programming, drum programming);
Dr. John (sampler).

INSIDE won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance.

With smooth strokes, Sanborn has painted a lovely urban jazz landscape on INSIDE. These cuts may have an easy-rolling feel, but they're surely not dental office fare. Soft, breezy vocal and alto melodies meet rough beats and mean bass lines, making for statements with a real earthiness. Sanborn and multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller penned most of the tunes, with a couple of pop covers thrown in for funk's sake.

The opener "Corners (For Herbie)," presumably a tribute to Mr. Hancock, is a slow, groovy Fender Rhodes-laden affair, with Don Alias' colorful percussion, and glad blowing by Sanborn and guest Michael Brecker. Aretha Franklin's "Daydreaming" veers into a trippy sort of "rare groove" territory, with diva Cassandra Wilson singing over a backdrop of undulating electric piano, steel guitar and sitar. "Brother Ray" is a blues jam reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughan's jazzier flights. The horn passages are made lush by the double-tenor presence, swaying over Ricky Peterson's Hammond B-3 and Miller's twangy blues guitar work. With an urgent vocal performance by Sting, Bill Withers' classic "Ain't No Sunshine" takes on an almost mystical quality, with entrancing long-tone spirals and wafts of Bill Frisell's guitar.



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