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Were All Alone - Bob James - Heads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Heads, an Album by Bob James. Released 14 October on Tappan Zee (catalog no. JC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Jazz Fusion. Featured peformers: Mike Mainieri (vibraphone), Eric Gale (guitar), Steve Khan (guitar), Gary King (bass), Andy Newmark (drums), Ralph MacDonald (percussion), Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn), Marvin Stamm (trumpet, flugelhorn), .
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  3. Jun 27,  · There's really not a decent track here. The Bob James originals are derivative and dorky. The covers are just awful, especially "We're All Alone," one of the worst songs of the last years. It was nauseating when Rita Coolidge did it, and it's indescribably worse as 4/5().
  4. Ironically, the more clichéd and boring Bob James' albums became, the more they sold. Fluff-oriented dates like BJ4 were major hits in the steadily growing "quiet storm" market, and the keyboardist wasn't about to tamper with the formula he had perfected.
  5. BOB JAMES Lucky Seven ( US 6-track vinyl LP, the seventh album by Bob James with track as Rush Hour, Friends, Fly Away and more, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only minor edgewear, whilst the vinyl has a few light surface scuff s and minor cosmetic wear visible JC).
  6. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols is the only studio album by English punk rock band the Sex Pistols, released on 28 October by Virgin hugipuresmithlainaya.xyzinfo album has influenced many bands and musicians, and the industry in general. In particular, the album's raw energy, and Johnny Rotten's sneering delivery and "half-singing", are often considered game-changing.
  7. Heads or tails, it's a winner every time – as the record's one of the last clear moments of genius from keyboardist Bob James in the 70s! The sound here is stepping out a bit more from Bob's earlier sides on CTI, but there's still plenty of great keyboard work to make the album worth seeking out – as well as that unusual James approach to rhythm, which often makes tunes come across with.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Heads / We're All Alone on Discogs. Label: Tappan Zee Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Bob James - Heads / We're All Alone (, Vinyl) | Discogs.

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