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Marc Antoine - The Very Best Of Marc Antoine (2003)

2-09-2015, 02:53
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Latin | FLAC / APE

Marc Antoine - The Very Best Of Marc Antoine (2003)

Artist: Marc Antoine
Title Of Album: The Very Best Of Marc Antoine
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: GRP Records
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Latin
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 55:43 min
Total Size: 375 MB / 129 MB


01. Latin Quarter [5:03]
02. Madrid [4:41]
03. Mas Que Nada [3:42]
04. Unity [5:35]
05. Sand Castle [4:12]
06. On The Strip [4:41]
07. Children At Play [4:06]
08. Sunland [4:35]
09. Palm Strings [5:05]
10. Follow Your Bliss [5:07]
11. Cruisin' [4:15]
12. Concache [4:36]


Marc Antoine (guitar, keyboards, drum programming);
Cara Jackson, Patti Austin (vocals);
Dave Valentin, Sam Riney (flute);
Peter White (accordion);
Andy Snitzer (saxophone);
Jerry Hey, Jim Hynes (trumpet);
Michael Davis (trombone);
Philippe Saisse (piano, keyboards, drum programming);
James Raymond (piano, keyboards);
Rachel Z (Fender Rhodes piano);
Rick Braun (keyboards, drum programming);
Ricky Peterson, Michael Railton (keyboards);
Mike Mainieri (vibraphone);
David Palmer (drums, cymbals);
Lil' John Roberts (drums);
Willie McNeil, Steve Reid , Luis Conte (percussion).

Though his simplistic arrangements and often-repeated themes mark him as an artist more likely to be heard in an elevator than a jukebox, Marc Antoine is among the best of the mood music merchants active during the '90s and 2000s. A soft-toned player of the Spanish guitar, Antoine has a gift for intricate yet non-complex playing as well as strong melodies, and his compositions occasionally reveal a surprising depth (if only he'd delegate the drum-programming duties to someone beside himself). This 12-track collection, The Very Best of Marc Antoine, spans five of his LPs for GRP, beginning with "Latin Quarter," (far and away his best performance). None of the rest rise above the level of Muzak, though the addition of live drummer Lil' John Roberts for "On the Strip" makes a big difference, and Antoine summons a bit of magic for the title track of Cruisin'. ~ John Bush --



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