Eric Gale - Multiplication (1977/2016) [Jazz-Funk, Fusion]; FLAC (image+.cue)

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Eric Gale - Multiplication (1977/2016) [Jazz-Funk, Fusion]; FLAC (image+.cue)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 18 Aug 2016, 07:42

Artist: Eric Gale
Album: Multiplication
Genre: Jazz-Funk, Fusion
Label: Sony Records
Released: 1977/2016
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
  1. Oh! Mary Don't You Weep (Trad.) - 7:24
  2. Thumper (Gale) - 5:55
  3. Multiplication (Gale) - 5:26
  4. Morning Glory (Ritenour) - 8:31
  5. Gypsy Jello (Tee) - 4:53
  6. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (Trad.) - 5:23

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The late famed session jazz guitarist Eric Gale (not to be confused with Eric Gales) may not be a household name on the jazz scene, but in a long career, he was highly sought after as a top session player. He appeared on over 500 albums, and recorded with artists that included Billy Joel, Quincy Jones, Van Morrison, Lena Horne, Gábor Szabó, Chuck Rainey, Grover Washington Jr., Phil Upchurch, Tom Scott, Patti Austin, and Paul Simon. "Multiplication" is highly polished late 70s jazz fusion. It’s mellow, uncomplicated, cool, and Eric used a tight funk approach on some of the tracks. The album is a joy to listen to and is not just for jazz fans. This is an underrated album that received some poor reviews on it’s release in 1977. The competition was stiff then wasn’t it? Who can ever forget the great music of David Soul, Baccara, Boney M, and the Muppets! (lol)! Well, ok. We also had 10 cc, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, and Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers. However, the fact remains that this kind of jazz guitar music did not overwhelm the music critics in the mid to late ‘70’s, and still doesn’t! “Those who can – do. Those who can’t - criticize!” Give Eric’s "Ginseng Woman" album a listen and support real music.

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