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Album Review

Smooth jazz supergroup Fourplay bring more laid-back pop tunes and lite jams to the group's eighth studio album, Journey. There aren't many surprises here for anyone familiar with the genre. However, pianist Bob James is a brilliant composer and tasteful improviser, and he raises the bar here on tracks like the intricate "From Day One" and the atmospheric "Departure." Similarly, drummer Harvey Mason's Brazilian jazz-inflected "Rozil" stands out, as does bassist/vocalist Nathan East's title track, which calls to mind guitarist Eric Clapton's acoustic work. This is a pleasant album that should appeal to longtime fans.

Customer Reviews


I am a big fan of these four musicians individually and love it when they get together. I was confused to find that I could not purchase it as an album. These are four monster musicians who are legendary in their own right. Always superb when they play together.

Where's Song Number One?

The first song on this wonderful album is Fields of Gold. Where is it?

Missing song from album

To Whom It May Concern:

Song number one: "fields of gold" is not available. If there a reason for this?


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...
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