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Name:Steps Ahead Magnetic 1986 [Eac Flac Cue]

Total Size: 299.65 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-01 02:18:30 (Update Now)

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Torrent description

Steps Ahead - Magnetic
Genre: Dynamic Contemporay Jazz/Fusion
Label: Elektra / Wea
Orig CD Year 1986

Tracks

1. Trains
2. Beirut
3. Cajun
4. In a Sentimental Mood
5. Magnetic Love
6. Sumo
7. All the Tea in China
8. Something I Said
9. Magnetic Love - (reprise)

Link Video
http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=Po9kvuN8_aU&feature=related


Personnel

Mike Mainieri : synthi-vibe (on 1,2,3,6,8) vibes (on 7)
keyboards (on 1,2,4) synthesizers (on 5,9)

Michael Brecker : tenor saxophone (on 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9)
Steiner EWI (on 1,3,4,6,7)
Oberheim Xpande (on 2,3,4,7)

Chuck Loeb : electric guitar (on 1,2,3,6,7,8)
acoustic guitar (on 1)
guitar synthesizer (on 1,2,3,6)

Victor Bailey : bass (on 1,2,3,6,7,8)

Peter Erskine : drums (on 1,2,3,6,8) percussion (on 1,2,6,7)
synthesizers (on 7,8)

- additional musicians -
Kenny Kirkland : synthesizers (on 1)

Scott Martin : synthesizers (on 5,9)

Mitchel Forman : synthesizers (on 7)

Warren Bernhardt : acoustic piano/synthesizers (on 8)

Hiram Bullock : guitar (on 1)

Paul Jackson, Jr. : guitar (on 5,9)

Dianne Reeves : lead vocals (on 5,9)

Diva Gray : background vocals (on 5,9)

Janis Pendarvis : background vocals (on 5,9)

Jocelyn Brown : background vocals (on 5,9)

Andy Topeka : Synclavier sampling (on 5,9)

Robby Kilgore : synthesizer programming (on 1,2,3,6)
Oberheim Xpander programming (on 7)
piano (on 6)

Phil Ashley : synthesizer programming (on 4)
synthesizer/sequencing (on 5,9)

Jimmy Bralower : drum programming (on 5,6,9)

TRACKS (total time 47:53) :
1. Trains (7:31) [Mike Mainieri]
Mike Mainieri, synthi-vibe, keyboards; Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, tenor saxophone; Kenny Kirkland, synthesizers; Hiram Bullock, guitar; Chuck Loeb, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, guitar synthesizer; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, acoustic drums, electric drums, percussion; Robby Kilgore, synthesizer programming
Recording Engineers: Neil Dorfsman, Rick Kerr, Malcolm Pollack; Mixing Engineer: Malcolm Pollack; Assistant Engineers: Rick Begin, Ken Steiger, Jamie Chaleff; Recorded at Bear Track Studios, Suffern, NY and Electric Lady Studios, NY; Mixed at Power Station, NY

2. Beirut (8:15) [V.Bailey, M.Brecker, P.Erskine, C.Loeb, M.Mainieri]
Mike Mainieri, synthi-vibes, keyboards; Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, Oberheim Xpander; Chuck Loeb, guitar, guitar synthesizer; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, acoustic drums, electric drums, percussion; Robby Kilgore, synthesizer programming
Recording and Mixing Engineer: James Farber; Assistant Engineer: Scott Ansell; Recorded and Mixed at Skyline Studios, NY

3. Cajun (6:16) [Michael Brecker]
Mike Mainieri, synthi-vibes; Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, Oberheim Xpander, tenor saxophone; Chuck Loeb, guitar, guitar synthesizer; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, drums; Robby Kilgore, synthesizer programming
Recording and Mixing Engineer: James Farber; Assistant Engineer: Scott Ansell; Recorded and mixed at Skyline Studios, NY

4. In a Sentimental Mood (3:30) [Duke Ellington]
Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, Oberheim Xpander; Mike Mainieri, keyboards; Phil Ashley, synthesizer programming
Recording Engineers: Joe Barbaria; Mixing Engineer: Michel Sauvage; Assistant Engineer: Bridget Daly; Recorded and mixed at Electric Lady Studios, NY

5. Magnetic Love (5:33) [Mike Mainieri, Scott Martin]
Phil Ashley, synthesizers, sequencung; Jimmy Bralower, drum programming; Michael Brecker, tenor saxophone; Paul Jackson,Jr., guitar; Mike Mainieri, synthesizers; Scott Martin, synthesizers; Andy Topeka, Synclavier sampling; Dianne Reeves, lead vocals; Diva Gray, Janis Pendarvis, Jocelyn Brown, background vocals
Recording Engineers: Malcolm Pollack, Jay Rifkin, Joe Barbaria; Mixing Engineer: Michael Beauer; Assistant Engineers: Bridget Daly, Jamie Chaleff, Robin Lane; Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.; Mixed at The Village Recorder, West

6. Sumo (5:50) [Michael Brecker]
Mike Mainieri, synthi-vibes; Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, tenor saxophone; Chuck Loeb, guitar, guitar synthesizer; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, drums, percussion; Robby Kilgore, synthesizer programming, piano; Jimmy Bralower, drum programming
Recording Engineer: Neil Dorfsman; Mixing Engineer: Tom Lord-Alge; Assistant Engineers: Rick Begin, Tim Purvis, Kevin Killian; Recorded at Bear Track Studios, Suffern, NY and Electric Lady Studios, NY; Mixed at Unique Recording, NY

7. All the Tea in China (5:05) [Peter Erskine]
Mike Mainieri, vibes; Michael Brecker, Steiner EWI, Oberheim Xpander, tenor saxophone; Mitchel Forman, synthesizers; Chuck Loeb, guitar, guitar synthesizer; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, synthesizers, percussion; Robby Kilgore, Oberheim Xpander programming
Recording Engineer: Andrew Heermans; Mixing Engineer: Tom Lord-Alge; Assistant Engineer: Tim Purvis; Recorded at Planet Sound, NY; Mixed at Unique Recording, NY

8. Something I Said (4:23) [Peter Erskine]
Mike Mainieri, synthi-vibes; Michael Brecker, tenor saxophone; Warren Bernhardt, acoustic piano, synthesizers; Chuck Loeb, guitar; Victor Bailey, bass; Peter Erskine, drums, synthesizers
Recording Engineer: James Farber; Mixing Engineer: Malcolm Pollack; Assistant Engineers: Scott Ansell, Ken Steiger; Recorded at Skyline Studios, NY; Mixed at Electric Lady Studios, NY

9. Reprise (Magnetic Love) (1:15) [Mike Mainieri, Scott Martin]
Phil Ashley, synthesizers, sequencung; Jimmy Bralower, drum programming; Michael Brecker, tenor saxophone; Paul Jackson,Jr., guitar; Mike Mainieri, synthesizers; Scott Martin, synthesizers; Andy Topeka, Synclavier sampling; Dianne Reeves, lead vocals; Diva Gray, Janis Pendarvis, Jocelyn Brown, background vocals
Recording Engineers: Malcolm Pollack, Jay Rifkin, Joe Barbaria; Mixing Engineer: Michael Beauer; Assistant Engineers: Bridget Daly, Jamie Chaleff, Robin Lane; Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, NY; Mixed at The Village Recorder, West



review

Don't let my comment of Contemporary Jazz throw you. This is not your standard pleasant "happy" music.

Here we have a collection of superlative musicians such as Michael Brecker, Mike Manieri, Hiram Bullock, Peter Erskine and others playing and improvising well over a diverse set of pieces.

These pieces vary from one of my favorite "Trains" which moves along with at the propulsion and yes, the combustion of a train. Michael Brecker takes a strong dynamic solo followed by a rip snortin' guitar solo by Hiram Bullock which builds in intensity, at the end of which Hiram creates the effect of a jet to close it out, which was actually quite clever. This piece is a highpoint.

"Berut" features Mike Manieri on a modified synth-vibe and Michael Brecker on Steinerphone EWI. Both solos are clever, dynamic and impressive. The unsung hero of this piece though is Peter Erskine's ingenious, clever, colorful and funky drumming on this piece. The piece while having a rather odd melody has you moving and tapping your feet.

"Cajun" is another pieces that combines a rather futuristic approach with a country melody. Very original.

"Something I Said" is a pretty ballad with Michael Brecker showing why he is so engaging on ballads. He takes his time and embellishes the melody.

"Magnetic Love" is a vehicle for Dianne Reeves and Michael Brecker. Contemporary and intense. Michael's solo show why so many contemporary artists call upon him to appear on recordings.

I have this recording on vinyl but wish that someone somewhere would have the good sense to re-release this recording on CD. It's decidedly better and more rhythmic than "Modern Times" I would run to the store at the risk of a charlie horse and a stitch in my ribs to get

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