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Ginseng Woman / Multiplication

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Reseña de álbum

BGO's 2013 two-fer pairs Eric Gale's first two albums for Columbia, Ginseng Woman and Multiplication. Both records were produced by Bob James, who brings a synth-savvy snap to these '70s fusion platters, sessions that were designed in the wake of Donald Byrd's vocal-heavy jazz-funk but carry perhaps just a few too many analog synths. Gale doesn't begin to dominate until Multiplication — Ginseng Woman is so thoroughly a groove album it's hard to discern solos underneath its pristine veneer — but soon he starts carving out space for some seriously satisfying single-line runs. And those grooves are enjoyable too — perhaps the reggae revision of "Sara Smile" doesn't quite gibe and there are certainly too many incidents of thick backing vocals on both albums, making this heavily redolent of its time, but much of the appeal is its polyester shimmer, and when these two records are seen as R&B-heavy fusion workouts, not jazz sessions, they're fun pieces of fleeting mood music.

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You know this sweet sound...

His is the sound of that iconic electric guitar in the music of Bob James, Grover Washington Jr. and other lights of the light modern/fusion jazz of the 1970s. This album is the compilation of the two albums that Eric Gale headlined, but almost anything Bob James of that era is also "Eric Gale". Have found

The best guitarist in smooth jazz!!!

Eric was a pioneer in smooth jazz his guitar sound can be heard all through the seventies, in R&B, pop,and jazz. Outstanding, the best.

Biografía

Nacido/a: Brooklyn, NY, 20 de septiembre de 1938

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

A guitarist who was used for many R&B-oriented dates and occasionally played jazz, Eric Gale had an appealing sound and was best while performing lazy melodic blues. He was most significant to the jazz world in the early '70s, when he recorded often as a sideman for CTI, later on with the group Stuff, and on isolated...
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