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  • CD (29 octobre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN : B000QCQ7BS
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  8. Finger lickin' good
  9. Funky sea, funky dew
  10. As long as I've got your love
  11. Squids
  12. Don't stop the music
  13. Petals
  14. Tabula rasa

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Polished But Somewhat Underrated Third Album From The Breckers! 31 mars 2014
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
During the late 70's Randy and Michael Brecker were not only busy as session arists playing with Elton John,Blue Oyster Cult and Larry Coryell,but were also standing members of P-Funk. They played on albums by Fred Wesley's Horny Horns as well as Bootsy's Rubber band during the mid/late 1970's. So not only were they getting an extended musical education in pop and jazz music,but in hardcore funk as well. This resulted in one exercise after another to utilize and improve on their own musical chops. By the time 1977 rolled around,the disco era had come in full swing to the popular music culture. As their own artists the Brecker's were finding that an even cleaner style of production was going to have to accompany their style of playing-itself based more or less in hardcore be-bop. So this album was the fruit of that passion to contemporize their sound a bit.

"Finger Lickin' Good" is a high stepping orchestral number with a lot of choral vocals-very much in the mind of Philly soul type sound of that time. "Don't Stop The Music" and "As Long As I've Got Love" also deal with that heavily arranged dance flavor as well. "Funky Sea,Funky Dew" is a slower,more bubbling sophistifunk type groove. With it's punchy horn lines and burbling bass syntheziers "Squids" is actually the only P-Funk friendly song on this album. Minus a little of George Clinton's witty variety of melodicism. But a great example of P-Funk's most jazzy and instrumental side. "Petals" takes that same arranged approach on a more conventionally melodic pop/fusion ballad while the closer "Tabula Rasa" presents an 8 minute + instrumental Afro-Latin/funk/rock/jazz/fusion extravaganza where Randy and Michael's playing is so intense it sounds as if their horns are almost ready to rupture.

The only reason this album only receives four stars from me is because the two slower numbers on this album lack the strong spark and vitality they really need to get them to function well for all parties involved. This is in fact quite a bit different an album for the Brecker's during this era. Even though the musical pallet of this album is extremely varied, the juxtaposition between some of the most instrumentally explorative fusion and funk with the more heavily arranged pop/jazz and disco-dance era friendly music is sometimes very awkward and jarring. Sometimes the dance music doesn't always function as particularly jazzy or funk. Just a bit overly smoothed out. It would seem in the future they were able to work through this. So as a noble attempt to go musically forward,this album still does have many charms and high points.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 SERIOUS 70'S CHEESE/FUSION!! 9 décembre 2001
Par scott garland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
MIKE AND RANDY BRECKER......GENIUSES,HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL,JAZZ GREATS,HARMONIC PATHFINDERS,HIGHLY SKILLED TECHNICIANS.....ETC ETC ETC......RANDY'S SINGING???
I BOUGHT THIS ALBUM WHEN I WAS 15 YRS OLD,WORE IT OUT...TABULA RASA....BEST MIKE SOLO EVER!!!!! RANDY'S SINGING HAS ALWAYS BEEN A BIT OF AN ODD CHOICE!!
BUT....PLEASE GET THIS ALBUM.....THE MUSICIANSHIP/HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE/VIBE IS WELL WORTH IT!!!!!!EVEN IF YOU DON'T DIG "FINGER LICKIN GOOD"
ALSO GREAT "BROTHER" PIC ON THE COVER!!
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