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Im In You - Bob James - Heads (CD, Album)


2006
Label: Koch Records - KOC-CD-9930,Tappan Zee Records - KOC-CD-9930 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Funk
Im In You - Bob James - Heads (CD, Album)

Tracklist. Hide Credits. 1. Heads. Bass – Alphonso Johnson. Clavinet, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano, Synthesizer [Oberheim Polyphonic], Bells [Oberheim Polyphonic Tinkle Bells] – Bob James. Drums – Steve Gadd. Written-By – Bob James. Bass – Alphonso Johnson/5(5).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Heads" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu Bob James - I'm In You. ; Bob James - One Loving Night. ♪ We're All Alone / Bob James Heads (LP, Album, Promo)Tappan Zee Records: JC US: Heads (LP, Album, Gatefold) CBS.

Jazz/Funk. Bob James' first self-release on his own imprint via Columbia, featuring the ez-sax double trouble combination of David Sandborn and Michael Brecker, the resulting quiet storm is sort of a landmark in the genre, with just enough funk to keep the listener guessing - the title track has an overabundance of "wet" sounding effect on the synths & drums, while maintaining BJ's /5(52).

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While Bob James has usually included covers and adaptations of other peoples' music in his repetoire, Heads is unusual because the lion's share (about two thirds) of the material is covers. Which by no means takes anything away from the album. These are tastefully and very creatively done. In some cases, I was even caught off guard/5(52).


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 · Heads. Ironically, the more clichéd and boring Bob James' albums became, the more they sold. Fluff-oriented dates like BJ4 were major hits in the steadily growing "quiet storm" market, and the keyboardist wasn't about to tamper with the formula he had perfected. With the calculated Heads, he once again threw creativity and artistic integrity /10(42).

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