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Customer Reviews

Less band - more groove

Great stuff! "The Peeper", "Hard Times" and "Hallelujah I Love Her So" are the standouts for me. And "Blues in the Night" grooves hard - with Sanborn letting it all hang out.

Dave has pared down the band to a trio - himself, Joey DeFrancesco and Steve Gadd - and it comes off as raw and refreshingly under-produced. They didn't try to clean up every little squeak. And there's a sense of playfulness - at one point, you can hear Sanborn yelling "aw yeah!" in the background as Joey DeFrancesco churns out his solo - great fun. This feels more like Sanborn in concert than any album since "Straight to the Heart".

As usual, I couldn't help but smile while listening to James Taylor's contribution. Joss Stone is OK here, but not as good as her effort from the last album. Hers is probably my least favorite track. And the ballads drag a little for me, but are still vintage Sanborn.

Killer Bluesy Sh_t

There's only one David. Somewhere Hank Crawford, David "Fathead" Newman and Ray Charles are smiling and sho-nuff proud of this throwback simmering of greasy spoon delights David has served up!

Smooth as 12 year old scotch...easy like Sunday afternoon.

Pass the bottle Uncle Ray!

Saxaphones's Greatest

After seeing and listening to David Sandborn last night in State College this album is a divine reminder of how wonderul the eveing was. It was a powerful sound and the entire auditorium was superbly filled with jazz music. This album is a departure for David and it was great to hear some of the old standards played perfectly.


Born: July 30, 1945 in Tampa, FL

Genre: Jazz

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

David Sanborn is a Grammy-winning saxophonist, composer and arranger. A pioneer of contemporary jazz, he is also a prolific session man in pop, R&B, blues, funk, and jazz. His solos have graced records by popular artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Todd Rundgren, Bobby Charles, Roger Waters, Esther Phillips, James Brown, Ween, and over a hundred more. As a composer and bandleader, he has, since the beginning, combined genres, making him a pioneer of crossover music and contemporary...
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