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Acoustic Alchemy - AArt

31-05-2015, 10:24
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Acoustic Alchemy - AArt

Artist: Acoustic Alchemy
Title Of Album: AArt
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Higher Octave
Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:02:18
Total Size: 404 MB / 141 MB


01. Wish You Were Near [04:05]
02. Aart Attack [04:01]
03. Flamoco Loco [04:05]
04. Tuff Puzzle [05:14]
05. Passion Play [04:46]
06. Senjo Wine [04:33]
07. Viva Che [03:44]
08. The Velvet Swing [05:35]
09. Robbie's Revenge [04:10]
10. Love At A Distance [04:14]
11. Code Name Pandora [05:10]
12. Nathan Road [05:07]
13. Cactus Blue [04:56]
14. The Wind Of Change [02:34]


Miles Gildrdale - electric & steel guitar;
Greg Carmichael - nylon string guitar;
Adrian Revell - tenor saxophone;
Dino Soldo, Jeff Kashiwa, Andy Sheppard , Snake Davis - saxophone;
Noel Langley, Guy Barker - trumpet;
Julie Dennis - vocals;
Janice Ballard - French horn;
Fayyaz Virji - trombone;
Anthony White - keyboards, programming;
Simon Hale, Wix, Terence Disley - keyboards;
Andy Hammill - acoustic double bass;
Frank Felix - bass;
Pete Lewinson, Geoff Dunn - drums;
Richard Bull - percussion, programming.

AART was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.
Presented as the apex of a metamorphoses begun on Beautiful Game toward a more filled out group sound, leader Greg Carmichael accents his trademark nylon string guitar style with a horn section. Considered one of the defining arbiters of smooth jazz, Acoustic Alchemy actually lean more to the pop side of the genre, often betraying more than a passing interest in soul music. The songs on AArt are no exception. The curiously titled "Viva Che" -- for Guavara? -- is straight-up Latin disco lite, Р± la Jamiroquai, replete with Moog keyboard swirls and Brazilian percussion hiccups. The first single, "Wish You Were Near," showcasing Snake Davis on tenor sax, features Carmichael at his dramatic best, soloing over an up-tempo groove backed by Philly soul-style horn hits. Longtime Alchemy buffs will no doubt find much to enjoy on this disc, and, despite the processed sound of some backing instruments -- full keyboard strings -- the inclusion of many retro-'70s disco era techniques may appeal to a wider dance-oriented audience. ~ Matt Collar



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