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RELEASE
1987
LABEL
Emarcy
GENRES
Jazz, Instrumental Pop, Jazz Instrument, Guitar Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Jazz-Pop

Album Review

Guitarist Eric Gale, best known for his work in R&B, funk, and commercial settings, was presented by bassist/producer Ron Carter on a strictly jazz date in 1987. With tenor saxophonist Houston Person, organist Lonnie Smith, and drummer Grady Tate completing the quintet, the music is soul-jazz with a strong dose of bebop. Gale performs his original "Eric's Gale," a couple of basic tunes by Carter, and four standards, including Charlie Parker's "Bloomdido" and "Jordu." Since Eric Gale rarely recorded in this type of freewheeling group, the swinging set was his definitive jazz recording.
Scott Yanow, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Eric's Gale
  2. If You Could See Me Now
  3. Bloomdido
  4. Lover Man
  5. Jordu
  6. Loose Change
  7. Blues for Everybody