All The Man That I Need - The Smooth Jazz All Stars - Smooth Jazz Tribute To The Best Of Whitney Houston (CD)
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George Benson. Fly by Night. Flute Song. Feels So Good Chuck Mangione. Love's Theme Barry White. The Look of Love Burt Bacharach. Our First Dance Rick Chudacoff. Tiger in the Rain Michael Franks. Venice Beach P. Written in the Wind Joseph Curiale. Smooth Operator H. Magic Ray Issei Noro. So Amazing Luther Vandross. Straight to the Heart Marcus Miller.
David Benoit. She Likes to Watch. Russ Freeman. The Rippingtons. Chieli Minucci. Special EFX. Acoustic Alchemy. People Make the World Go Round. Ramsey Lewis. Kid Gloves. Larry Carlton. Russell Ferrante. Through the Test of Time.
Patti Austin. Baby, Come to Me. Rod Temperton. George Howard. Describing the album, Shorter said, "I was thinking of misty landscapes with wild flowers and strange, dimly-seen shapes — the kind of place where folklore and legends are born. Disclaimer: All of these are truly great albums and should be given a properly focused listen Lilting, intimate, and relaxing, it spawned a bossa nova craze and won the Grammy for Best Album.
Brown's fatal automobile accident in ". Comment character limit Name E-mail Notify me of follow ups via e-mail. Fine list. And it is wide enough: from Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan via bebop to beyond, branching towards funk in one way and towards avant-garde in another. And coming back to the exchange by Chris and Fred: this list is wide enough to provide a headstart as well as the core of a more personal jazz 'collection'.
A good list! There so many other great albums, but you listed some really good ones. Each of them had dramatic influence on jazz and music that followed. Get over yourself. I came here to view a person's opinion on some classic jazz albums as someone who doesn't really listen to jazz and some insightful comments on other albums in the comments. Instead I'm reading through paragraphs of some idiot complaining who the list isn't designed for.
Fred - I think your original comment about not just going out and buying these specific twenty-five records is right on. That's not really the purpose of this post, and not what we're recommending. What we're hoping is a reader might look at this list and say, "you know, I'd like to know more about jazz. This sounds like a good place to start" and plug in some of these albums to Apple Music or Spotify or borrow them from their local library.
Then, once they've experienced a couple favorites, perhaps they'll buy three or four for their own collection. Chris But that's the point. It is very unlikely that someone has the time to listen to everything and even more unlikely that the personal preferences exactly match the top XY list of a genre.
Don't get me wrong. The music on the list is great. But everybody should discover a personal top And it is not static, it will change with time. It is far better to find you way through music with your ears and your taste and not with some list from the internet.
When you're invited to someone's house and take a look at the record collection, what do you want to see? The top 25 or some unexpected stuff? What is more interesting to talk about? Everybody knows how great Miles Davis is. But what about an artist you never heard of?
You put the record on and talk about the impressions, your feelings and thoughts.Smooth Jazz Tribute to the Best of Whitney Houston. The Smooth Jazz All Stars. 1 I Look to You; 2 My Love is Your Love; 3 You Give Good Love; 4 All the Man That I Need; 5 If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful; 6 Why Does It Hurt So Bad; 7 Same Script, Different Cast; 8 Where Do Broken Hearts Go; 9 I'm Your Baby Tonight; 10 Greatest Love of All.