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Bryan Savage - Soul Temptation (1998)

16-05-2014, 11:11
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Bryan Savage - Soul Temptation (1998)

Artist: Bryan Savage
Title Of Album: Soul Temptation
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Higher Octave
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 46:14 min
Total Size: 288 MB / 111 MB


01. Soul Temptation [04:46]
02. Mulholland Drive [04:48]
03. Last Summer (Feat. 3rd Force) [04:44]
04. Party Line [04:18]
05. Saturday Night [04:05]
06. River Of Dreams [04:36]
07. Two Cool [04:53]
08. Kaleidoscope [03:57]
09. We Have It All [04:21]
10. Georgia On My Mind [05:43]


Bryan Savage (flute, saxophone, keyboards, synthesizer, programming);
Chris Standring, Vin "Vinny" D'Onofrio, Todd Sharp (guitar);
Joel Gaines (strings, keyboards);
Rick Braun (trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards, synthesizer, programming);
Bob Carpenter (keyboards);
John Menzano (bass);
David Palmer, Joe Finger, Dave Karasony (drums);
Scott Breadman (percussion);
3rd Force.

Fellow multi-reedsman Nelson Rangell could learn a valuable lesson from Bryan Savage, who takes the risk of switching off between flute and saxes on his Higher Octave debut Soul Temptation. Equally adept at being a classically influenced postmodern Tim Weisberg and edging robustly on alto and tenor towards the steamy Gato Barbieri sound, Savage offers a little spunky something for everyone: a rich, improvisational fireball of "Georgia on My Mind"; a disco-minded slappiness on "Party Line"; and a flashy Tower of Power-type vibe on the catchy "Kaleidoscope." Written by Rick Braun (who also adds Savage to his production resume here), that tune finds Savage like a kid in the proverbial music store carrying the slamming melody by tripling flute, alto, and tenor and wrapping that brew around Braun's punchy flugelhorn. Everyone wants the Braun horn sound on their recordings, and it's to Savage's credit that the trumpet only shows up on two cuts as harmony; Braun, however, does lay some slick grooves via his underappreciated skills as a keyboardist/programmer. -- Jonathan Widran ~



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