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He Had a Hat

Jeff Lorber

He Had a Hat

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  • Currently 0.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 13

Language: English

Total size: 96.00 Mb

Year: 2007

Total price: $1.56

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13
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One of Mr. Lorber's more varied albums stylistically, the title track is my favorite due to the imaginative chord progressions and use of the Fender Rhodes. Of the vocal songs, "Grandma's Hands" is the superior of the two (the other being "The Other Side Of the Heart") with Eric Benet's emotive voicings.

Mr. Lorber ventures into VERY soft instrumental, almost New Agey music with "Anthem for a New America", "Requiem for Gandalf", and "Super Fusion Unit"--probably my least favorite instrumentals on the album, but they do show his range and versatility. With "Be Bops" and "All Most Blues", he takes a very rare but welcome foray into straight ahead be bop jazz. "Surreptitious" and "Hudson" are typical, moderately funky, well composed numbers that are typically associated with Mr. Lorber.

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