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Par jimenez gomez bertrand le 12 février 2003
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un disque avec deux bombes dont une dont tout le monde connait le sample : nautilus / mais aussi la version de feel like makin' love groovy à souhait
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Par Matthew Shapiro - Publié sur Amazon.com
...because there are some SERIOUS GROOVES on this one. "In The Garden" is a very laid back reinterpretation of Pachelbel's "Canon In D" (and it's the version that I'd want played at my wedding when I find the right one)...but the one that made this for me is "Nautilus", which any hip-hop fan should own because every rapper and his mom has sampled this song at one point or another....most notably Ghostface Killah ("Daytona 500") and Run DMC ("Beats To The Rhyme")...and is a jazz-funk CLASSIC.
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Par James R. Prater - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is the first of Bob James' contemporary jazz efforts. The title is somewhat misleading, given the fact that Bob had recorded two trio albums under his own name in the early '60's. During his tenure at CTI, he worked as arranger and sideman to many of that label's top artists. With ONE, he was thrust into the spotlight. "Valley Of The Shadows" has a macabre feel to it (its ending using "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God"). "In The Garden" is an elegant, "down home" version of the Pachelbel Canon. "Soulero" features fellow CTI labelmate Grover Washington, Jr., and an organlike Rhodes solo reminiscent of Johnny Hammond. "A Night On Bald Mountain" is pure hard-driven funk. The big hit is his rendition of "Feel Like Makin' Love", which uses the same rhythm section as Roberta Flack's version. ONE closes with the floaty yet earthbound "Nautilus". Kudos to ONE and the many excellent albums to follow!
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Par B.P. - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'll tell you right now I don't know anything about jazz. I bought this CD because Nautilus was playing at my record store and I recognized the sample from Daytona 500 (plus that little weird sound from somewhere.) Anyway, the CD is great, and if you don't believe me, ask any of the millions of hip-hop types who have sampled this disc, from Rakim to Ultramag's to DJ Shadow.
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Par J. McKeon - Publié sur Amazon.com
As far as the sound of this remastered CD is concerned, I have no complaints. No matter how many times I listen to ONE, it still sounds wonderful to me. I also have a vinyl copy of this album. Now some other people who have this album on vinyl might remember that the original vinyl issue of Bob James' ONE had liner notes. Those liner notes were very informative and should have been reproduced for this remastered CD. Why weren't they? Does anybody else out there have a problem with this? Anyway, I have to give this album one less star than I normally would for reasons that have nothing to do with the music itself. I can only echo the sentiments of other reviewers that have already stated how wonderful this music is.
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Par James Dillaman - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've been playing jazz since I was in junior high, and i've heard about Bob James a lot. I even had to do a report on him in high school, but when I heard the tunes on this album, it blew me away. "In the Garden," is an adaptation of Pachabel's 'Canon in D' for string quartet. And Bob James plays it with this funky, bluesy, almost country-western feel. "Night on Bald Mountain" is an onslaught of Dirty funk intersected with classically ornamented brass passages and the icing on the cake is the 'screaming' effect with the trumpets and horns. I could go on and on about ALL of the tunes on this album, but you just need to hear it for yourself. If there are two songs I would listen to as a preview, it would be the two I mentioned above, "Night on Bald Mountain" and "In the Garden". you ne the judge.
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