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Kevin Toney - Sweet Spot (2003)

24-11-2013, 03:06
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Kevin Toney - Sweet Spot (2003)

Artist: Kevin Toney
Title Of Album: Sweet Spot
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Shanachie
Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:00:20
Total Size: 389 MB / 137 MB


01. Mister T
02. Sweet Spot
03. Midnight Blue
04. Dilemma
05. So Much Fun
06. Coast To Coast
07. Morning Rain
08. Better Than Ever
09. Nu "M" Jaz
10. Kiss
11. See You Again
12. Prelude To Portrait
13. Portrait Of You


Kevin Toney (piano, keyboards, programming);
Lamont VanHook, Lisa Vaughn (vocals);
Pamela Williams (soprano saxophone);
Ralph Jones (flute);
Robert Turner (keyboards, synthesizer, programming);
Todd Hunter (synthesizer);
Craig T. Cooper, Paul Jackson Jr. (guitar);
Kevin McNeal (acoustic bass);
Aaron Mills, Mel Brown, Ernest Tibbs, Victor Bailey (electric bass);
Corey Mason, Rayford Griffen (drums);
Mike Smith (vocals, percussion).

As far as hip and funky smooth jazz keyboardists go, Kevin Toney may not get the type of press and exposure that Brian Culbertson gets, but he more than compensates on Sweet Spot with an incredible array of grooves and a soulful style rooted in a 30-year career as an R&B heavyweight. And groove-intensive it is, from the thick shuffle behind the dreamy melody and speedy improves of "Mister T" to the consistent throb (courtesy of bassist Mel Brown) on the jumpy and instantly hummable title track. Unlike many purveyors of his instrument who use guest sax players because it's more radio-friendly, Toney seems to basically say, "here's what I do, dance, tap your toes, listen to me jam, forget the horns." The one exception to this, the retro-flavored, joyfully discofied "Coast to Coast," is more of a marketing idea in that he defers to new labelmate Pamela Williams rather than an outside star. Tracking Toney's influences is fun, in that he goes from the ultramodern (a lush reading of the recent pop hit "Dilemma," featuring Paul Jackson, Jr. on guitar) to a playful party tune ("So Much Fun") reminiscent of the Ramsey Lewis experience, complete with spirited background conversations a la "The In Crowd." Sweet indeed. -- Jonathan Widran ~



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honey   User offline   24 November 2013 05:27

Ohhh! Thank you so much and merry 2013 christmas..

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