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The Marcus Johnson Project - Inter Alia (Amongst Other Things) (2000)

10-09-2015, 04:49
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

The Marcus Johnson Project - Inter Alia (Amongst Other Things) (2000)

Artist: The Marcus Johnson Project
Title Of Album: Inter Alia (Amongst Other Things)
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Three Keys Music
Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:02:56
Total Size: 368 MB / 142 MB


01. The Neck Factor [04:29]
02. Out Of Somewhere [04:21]
03. Doc's Groove [04:31]
04. Til The Cops Come Knockin' [06:39]
05. Morning Light [04:41]
06. Love Talk & Slow Jams [05:51]
07. Won't You Let Me Love You [05:25]
08. Chocolate City Groovin' [03:38]
09. It's So Nice [05:17]
10. Morning Light: Late Nite Mix (Bonus Track) [07:58]
11. When I Look Into Your Eyes (Bonus Track) [05:41]
12. Won't You Let Me Love You: Radio Mix (Bonus Track) [04:21]


Marcus Johnson - piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, programming;
Tony Weldon - vocals, background vocals;
Alyson Williams, Tate Moss - vocals;
Stan Cooper - guitar;
Marshall Keys, Bryan Mills - saxophone;
Gerald McCauley - piano, electric piano, synthesizer, background vocals;
Enzo Todesco - midi drums;
Eric Valentine - drums;
Angela Stribling, Kissie Thomas, Simon Holmes - background vocals.

The first track, "The Neck Project," made itself evident with its waggle-waggle beat. Marcus Johnson is a pretty good keyboard artist. Another one of those guys who probably plays solider Jazz than this fare when he is alone at home. Not that we should diminish the merits of this CD. They all get a pretty compulsive rhythm going, all in the mode of easy listening. And Marcus does get some improvisational stuff into the whole with, moreover, a few riffs that lift the material a notch or two. The mood is laid back, as a rule. Smooth, competent, moody stuff. The steady soft-rock beat makes this all a matter of late-evening listening, with little sweat involved. One finds a certain appeal in "Love Talk And Slow Jams", which has the kind of melodic potential that Johnson could have turned into a ballad rendition with a singer of the blues persuasion. Nice writing. All in all a soul-inflected CD for the young in love. ~ Lawrence Brazier



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