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Latin specialists regard this as one of the most artistic ever, For this recording only the best of the best was good enough..
George Benson, influenced by Wes Montgomery, had only just gone from being a well kept secret to a bright star in the celestial jazz firmament ...
This man is living proof that you can be born in Sheffied and still sing like a negro from Mississipi ...
This CTI album from Paul Desmond is, despite the large number of horns, a real pleasure –
This album contains the balladesque collage School with its bloodcurdling harmonica introduction, the pearl-like Rhodes piano chords in the rocking Bloody Well Right, and the childlike, mocking Dreamer; the epitome of the pop cult of the '70s.
Union’s release in 1988 announced a bold, incendiary new voice in the singer/songwriter sweepstakes in Toni Childs.
The CTI-Concept with strings, flutes and oboes led to “easy-listening jazz” – but in Wes Montgomery’s case it was sheer delight.