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Shakatak - Day by Day (2015)

1-03-2015, 07:16
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Funk | Easy Listening

Shakatak - Day by Day (2015)

Artist: Shakatak
Title Of Album: Day by Day
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Secret Records
Genre: Smooth Jazz, Jazz Funk, Easy Listening
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:57:03
Total Size: 131 mb
WebSite: amazon

01. Day by Day (feat. Al Jarreau)
02. Once Upon a Time
03. Secret
04. Physical Attraction
05. City Rhythm
06. I Must Be Dreaming
07. Africa
08. Goodbye Mickey Mouse
09. Viva La Fantasy
10. Round and Round (Bonus Track)
11. The Seventh Ring (Bonus Track)
12. Don't Push Me (Bonus Track)
13. Day by Day (Extended Album Version) [feat. Al Jarreau]

British jazz-funk combo Shakatak formed in London in 1980. Originally comprising keyboardists Bill Sharpe and Nigel Wright, guitarist Keith Winter, bassist Steve Underwood, and drummer Roger Odell, the group quickly scored an underground hit with its debut single "Steppin'," cracking the British Top 50 the following year with the singles "Livin' in the UK" and "Brazilian Dawn." Their debut LP, Drivin' Hard, was also well-received, and with the 1982 follow-up Nightbirds, Shakatak (which replaced Underwood with bassist George Anderson) scored their first Top 20 hit in "Easier Said Than Done"; the disc's title track also rocketed into the Top Ten. Nightbirds also introduced singer Jill Saward, who emerged as Shakatak's lead vocalist with the band's fifth album, 1984's Down on the Street, which notched the hit "Watching You"; 1985's Live preceded the release of the group's next studio effort, Day by Day. A series of largely instrumental albums including Into the Blue, Golden Wings, Da Makani, and Niteflite were then issued exclusively in Japan, where Shakatak enjoyed immense popularity; in the meanwhile, 1988's Manic and Cool was released internationally, highlighted by the singles "Mr. Manic and Sister Cool" and "Something Special." After 1992's Open Your Eyes topped Billboard's Contemporary Jazz chart, the band supported 1993's Street Level with a tour of South Africa, while the following year's Full Circle expanded into hip-hop beats. In 1997, Shakatak — by then consisting of Sharpe, Odell, Saward, and Anderson — resurfaced with Let the Piano Play, followed by both Let the Music Play and Magic in 1999, and Under Your Spell in 2002.

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ogutierrez   User offline   22 February 2015 21:40

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Thanks! Gracias! Спасибо 3

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