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Album Review

Somewhere between the smooth silkiness of R&B and the technically proficient slickness of jazz lies the genre known as quiet storm, which artists like Kenny G have ridden to popularity. With its programmed beats, laid-back grooves, stylized production, and romance, it's a bit of surprise to hear someone like Richard Elliott signed to Verve's subsidiary label, GRP, try his hand at this, but he has solid chops, and his sax soloing fits right in the quiet storm groove. The title track and "Work All Night" make things a little funky at times.


Born: 16 January 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although he's called a "smooth jazz" artist, saxophonist Richard Elliot is equally at home with most rock & roll and the kind of classic R&B performed by the group Tower of Power. For five years in the 1980s, he was a big part of the classic R&B band's horn-based sound. The Scottish-born Elliot was raised in Los Angeles, where he quickly became a fan of West Coast classic R&B. Elliot landed his first job while still a teenager with Natalie Cole and the Pointer Sisters. A few years later, he was tapped...
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