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A Beautiful album!

A friend introduced this to me while I was in California, and I couldn't stop listening to it! Simple, yet elegant smooth jazz like this is hard to come by. It seems as though most musicians of this style feel they have to ruin it by throwing in some sappy love lyrics sung by someone no one has ever even heard of! Sure Fourplay has some more impressive cds, such as Elixir (which features Phil Collins), but the first two tracks on this album are among the best they have ever released. I highly recommend to whoever reads this to at least spend the two dollars to download those two songs. Bali Run and 101 Eastbound are easily my most played jazz songs on my Ipod, followed closely by Pat Metheny's "Last Train Home". All in all, I think this album is a classic.




Formed: 1991

Genre: Jazz

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

This all-star group -- comprised of keyboardist Bob James, guitarist Lee Ritenour, bassist Nathan East, and drummer Harvey Mason -- was formed in 1991 after the quartet came together on part of James' Grand Piano Canyon album. They have since recorded a number of CDs for Warner Bros. that have all been big sellers, not surprising considering the popularity of James and Ritenour. Larry Carlton took over the guitarist's spot in the late '90s, first appearing in Fourplay on the band's successful 1998...
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