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11-02-2014, 16:20
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz

Chuck Loeb - All There Is (2002) 320 kbps

Artist: Chuck Loeb
Title Of Album: All There Is
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Shanachie
Genre: Jazz, Jazz Fusion
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:25
Total Size: 117 MB(+3%)


01 - As Is
02 - Sierra Nevada
03 - True Or False
04 - Golden Heart
05 - Sarao
06 - Fundamentally Sound
07 - In The Hands
08 - Tenerife Blue
09 - Bread & Butter
10 - Love Is All There Is


Chuck Loeb - guitar, keyboards, drums, percussion programming
Carmen Cuesta - vocals, spoken vocals
David Mann - flute, saxophone, keyboards, drums, percussion programming
Jeff Kashiwa (soprano saxophone
Kirk Whalum - tenor saxophone
Andy Snitzer - tenor saxophone
Barry Danielian - trumpet, flugelhorn
Mike Ricchiuti - keyboards
Mike Pope - acoustic bass
Will Lee - fretless bass
David Charles - percussion

Chuck Loeb's All There Is is proof that one can be a tasteful guitarist working in the often-derided smooth jazz style and still be capable of making albums that are more than just easy listening sludge. Recorded in a simple small-group setting with no extraneous "special guests" around to muddy up the sound, Loeb unspools ten originals and tasteful covers (none of the tacky '70s AM pop crossover attempts that marred 2001's In a Heartbeat) in a relaxed style that never quite gets mellow in the pejorative sense. Clearly inspired by Wes Montgomery and George Benson's work with Creed Taylor, Loeb steers clear of the pitfalls endemic to that style, maintaining melodic interest while never merely playing prettily. Even the Brazilian-influenced "Sarao," which flirts with Chuck Mangione-style disco-pop thanks to the utterly retro ARP synth line and cooing female vocals, maintains its integrity thanks to some trickily precise soloing by Loeb and a rhythm section that actually has a bit of funk to it. All There Is is not for those raised on a diet of Ornette Coleman and ESP, but there's a place for mood music, and this does it better than most. ~ Stewart Mason

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