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Album Review

Turning to involved percussion tracks and horns, Winwood turns another musical corner on this sophisticated album, which contains echoes of everything from gospel to Caribbean music. Contains the number one hit "Higher Love."

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みなさん!この隠れた名作を聴きましょう!

理由はありません。 Back In the High Lifeは「名盤」です。 初めて<スティーブ・ウインウッド>を聴かれるかたは、このアルバムからがお勧めです。  アルバムタイトル同名曲のBack In the High Life・・・こんな洗練された曲が書けるひと、そうはいません。

マスターピース!

20年前の作品がこうも風化することなく、彼の最高傑作に違いない作品群を前に、非常に懐かしくも現在に通じる「音」として感じられます。出色は①④⑧で、今も新鮮で非常に説得力に満ちています。

言わずと知れた代表作

このアルバムを聴けばすぐに'80年代の、あのキラキラした時代に帰ることが出来ます。
とにかく華やかで、バラエティに富んでいます。何より聴いていて楽しい曲ばかり。
Steveを初めて聴く方には、躊躇なくこのアルバムをお勧めします。

Biography

Born: May 12, 1948 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As a solo artist, Steve Winwood is primarily associated with the highly polished blue-eyed soul-pop that made him a star in the '80s. Yet his turn as a slick, upscale mainstay of adult contemporary radio was simply the latest phase of a long and varied career, one that's seen the former teenage R&B shouter move through jazz, psychedelia, blues-rock, and progressive rock. Possessed of a powerful, utterly distinctive voice, Winwood was also an excellent keyboardist who remained an in-demand session...
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