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Gerald Veasley - On The Fast Track (2001)

13-02-2015, 02:55
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Gerald Veasley - On The Fast Track (2001)

Artist: Gerald Veasley
Title Of Album: On The Fast Track
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Heads Up Records
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 52:36 min
Total Size: 333 MB / 119 MB


01. Waiting To Board [00:22]
02. On The Fast Track [03:55]
03. Do I Do [04:45]
04. Next Stop Soulville [04:29]
05. The In Crowd [03:44]
06. Kickin' 22 Express [04:10]
07. Heaven To Earth [05:21]
08. You Asked For It [04:19]
09. Sweet Rain [04:28]
10. Deep Blue Samba [04:52]
11. I Desire [03:53]
12. Under The Cape Town Sun [04:14]
13. Good Night Moon [03:59]


Gerald Veasley (guitar, keyboards, 6-string bass, drum programming);
Gerald Veasley (various instruments, programming);
Randy Bowland (guitar);
Christopher Farr (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone);
Matt Cappy (trumpet);
John Swana (flugelhorn);
Will Brock (piano);
Mark Knox (keyboards);
Harry "Butch" Reed, Ted Thomas (drums);
Richard Waller III (shaker, drum programming);
Pablo Batista (congas, percussion).

For his fifth album as a leader (not counting the many he recorded as part of the Joe Zawinul Syndicate and as a member of Grover Washington, Jr.'s backing band), six-string bassist Gerald Veasley pushes the smooth jazz envelope a bit. Those who like their grooves gentle and their textures lush will still find plenty to like here -- the rich strings on his cover of Stevie Wonder's "Do I Do," for instance, or the sweet and lovely "Goodnight Moon," written in honor of Washington. But there's a certain toughness at the center of the music this time out, and a greater willingness to let loose. The massed horns of "Kickin' 22 Express," the driving mid-tempo funk of his arrangement of the Ramsey Lewis classic "The In Crowd," the snaky and virtuosic unison lines on "You Asked for It" -- all of these point to someone who is not ultimately satisfied with just creating pleasantly swinging background music. More power to him. ~ Rick Anderson



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ogutierrez   User offline   13 February 2015 04:50

Thank you very much

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