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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000002VD1
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Oh mon dieu quel horreur cet album est nul du funk de film erotique passez votre chemin sinon vos oreilles vont saigner dommage qu'il n'y a pas 0 étoile je l'aurai mis sans hésiter.
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HASH(0x9213d0e4) étoiles sur 5 Kenny G's second Kashif-produced album was also one of his best. 21 juillet 2015
Par Justo Roteta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Released in 1985, "Gravity" was Kenny G.'s second !and final) album to be produced by the great Kashif. Like its immediate predecessor (1983's "G Force"), "Gravity" offers a nice mix of uptempo Jazz-Funk, mainstream R&B and Jazz Fusion. While neither "G Force" nor "Gravity" set the world on fire they were much better albums on all counts than any of Kenny G.'s subsequent releases.
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HASH(0x9213d354) étoiles sur 5 If You Like Duotones, You'll Like This Too. 17 novembre 2009
Par Zach C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Gravity" was released in 1985 & it is Kenny's 3rd album. As you can imagine, it sounds nothing like what you would hear him doing today. Instead of slow romantic ballads & easy going breezy (some would say Muzak sounding) music, this album is chock full of mostly up-tempo highly polished funky R&B jams. When I first heard this album, I couldn't believe I was actually listening to Kenny G. cuz the 80's R&B singer - Kashif takes center stage on several tracks & it sounded very R&B compared to Kenny's other albums. It could actually almost be argued that this is more of a Kashif album than a Kenny G album becuz Kashif definitely played a huge role in its development. He produced it, does lead vocals on several songs & you hear him alot more than you hear Kenny's sax on a few of the tracks. But personally, it doesn't bother me that much becuz Kashif is a great singer & this album also has many fine tracks that still have Kenny's stamp on them.

It's hard to believe that some of the tracks on this underrated album weren't released on mainstream radio back in the mid 80's to a wider audience. Songs like "Love on the Rise", "One Man's Poison" & "Where do we take it from here?" are very fast tempo pop songs & also very catchy. "One Night Stand" is my favorite on the album & is a terrific mid tempo romantic song with great percussion & singing by Kashif. Kenny also does a nice little sax solo near the end of it. But where Kenny really stands out is on the sublime "Japan" which is an awesome mid tempo instrumental piece that is quite beautiful & could easily give "Songbird" a run for it's money when it comes to Kenny's all time best sax solos. A beautiful song & one every fan of Kenny's should hear (why wasn't it on his G/H album?). Another song with a nice long sax solo is the last track "Last night of the Year". The other tracks here are decent as well & this album was a good preview of what was about to become his biggest album (Duotones) 2 years later. So if you like Kenny's faster & funky R&B style, make sure to check this one out. It's a true gem.
HASH(0x9213d5d0) étoiles sur 5 The Finale Of Kenny & Kashif 1 avril 2011
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Following this album Kenny G's musical career would basically begin to follow the pattern that it has up to this point. Each of his first three albums all had a different flavor and each was far removed from what is now his signiture sound. But to be sure each of them was fundamentally R&B oriented at it's heart and this one is no different in that respect. One thing to be said about this album is that a good deal of it doesn't exactly feature Kenny doing a whole lot of sax playing,leaving the majority of the album to vocalists such as Andre Montague and Kashif himself-putting Kenny himself into the possition of basically being the songs composers as opposed to being an instrumental participant. As before the majorit of the music on this album is high octane and uptempo but the flavor is actually quite unique.

Somehow one might expect from the Miami Vice style threads and blue neon radio Kenny sports on the cover photo that this is going to be an extremely mid 80's style recording and that couldn't be more the case. In fact this production has 1985 written all over it,even in some ways that aren't entirely expected. "Where Do We Take It (From Here)",with it's sharp and darting synths and rhythm guitar ow a certain debt to the Minneapolis style groove that was taking any R&B artist by storm at that time while other songs such as "Love On The Rise",the exciting "Sax Attack" and the title song are probably one of only a handful of Kenny G songs you could actually breakdance to,with their insistant handclaps and fevered pitch. On the instrumental "Japan" there's actually some production elements taken from some of the "neo geo" style of Riyuichi Sakamoto in terms of the melody,which was hinted at on some of the more oriental sound elements of the previous album.

I cannot emphasize enough how Kenny G pretty much seemed to have given up being a mid 80's successor to David Sanborn and Grover Washington around this time and decided to devote himself to the most sugary sweet variety of smooth jazz as opposed anything as funk and groove driven as this. It's also important to not at this juncture how energetic,playing and even a lot of times very creative his playing was and again it makes you wonder. I've noticed a lot of reviews of this album that seemed based more on what Kenny G has become over the years as opposed to kind of music he was making on this album which,I must say has precious little to do with his current persona. He still has certain stylistic signitures here where you can tell it's him but the sound and approch are of a different nature and,frankly should probably be taken more or less as such.
HASH(0x9213d90c) étoiles sur 5 Great CD 5 janvier 2012
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Great Seller, fast shipping and this is a wonderful product. I am very satisfied this the description of the product. AAA+++ Amazon Seller. Look forward to doing business with this seller in the future.
HASH(0x9213d624) étoiles sur 5 Very Interesting Recording 18 octobre 1999
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Format: CD
I don't own the CD, but I do own the original vinyl album. The songs on this album are very intesting, and I love them all.
The fist side feautures vocal track (4); my favorite being the Kashif track "One Man's Sweetness (Another Man's Poison)." One side two, all sax traxs. "Sax Attack" is one of Kenny G's best dance tracks; "Japan" is mysterious; and "Gravity" is played on the flute! "Last Night Of The Year" is a cool, feeling track. Non of this is really jazz, but then again, Kenny is not a jazz artists and has never claimed to be - only a pop saxaphonist, and this is a cool pop sax record. Not his very best record, of course (even Kenny himself has expressed dissapointment for this album), but I still think it's cool!
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