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Boney James - Pure (2004)

10-01-2015, 10:22
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Boney James - Pure (2004)

Artist: Boney James
Title Of Album: Pure
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 44:14 min
Total Size: 286 MB / 109 MB


01. Pure [04:38]
02. Better With Time [05:26]
03. 2_01 AM [05:04]
04. Stone Groove [04:47]
05. Appreciate [03:34]
06. Here She Comes [04:14]
07. Break Of Dawn [04:49]
08. It's On [03:29]
09. Thinkin' 'Bout Me [04:02]
10. You Don't Have To Go Home [04:06]


Boney James - saxophones;
Joe Sample, Bobby Lyle - piano;
Billy Prestion - organ;
Bilal, Debi Nova, Dwele, Ledisi, Lauren Evans - vocals;
Dean Parks, Rohn Lawrence, Paul Jackson Jr. - guitars;
Larry Kimpel, Alex Al - bass;
Lenny Castro - percussion;
Jerry Hey - trumpet;
Ricky Lawson, Teddy Campbell - drums.

Nine albums into his career, Boney James makes a grab for the smooth-jazz crown with PURE, an outing that finds him working with a mix of soul and jazz luminaries. James ups the stakes by taking over the production reins (in addition to co-writing every song). Still front and center with his beloved tenor saxophone, this Grammy-nominated artist shifts to soprano sax for the harmony-soaked Bilal duet "Better with Time" and the silk sheets-and-champagne slow jam "Break of Dawn," featuring up-and-coming Detroit crooner Dwele.

Debi Nova adds her lovely vocals to the beat-driven "Appreciate," a cut that wouldn't sound out of place on a Toni Braxton or Brandy album. Instrumentals are still the focus, however, as revealed on the light funk of "Here She Comes" and the snappy "Stone Groove" (featuring Crusaders keyboardist Joe Sample). Most impressive of all, the languid closing number, "You Don't Have to Go Home," showcases the interplay of Billy Preston's Hammond B-3 lines and Bobby Lyle's subtle piano runs. ~



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nrwsps   User offline   11 January 2015 04:13

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