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Name:[ape+cue] Fourplay (2000) Yes, Please!

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Product Details

Audio CD (August 22, 2000)
Original Release Date: August 22, 2000
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
ASIN: B00004WF26


Songs Title

1. Free Range 6:25
2. Double Trouble 5:48
3. Once Upon A Love 4:33
4. Robo Bop 6:24
5. Blues Force 6:59
6. Save Some Love For Me 5:34
7. Fortress 8:11
8. Go With Your Heart 4:05
9. Poco A Poco 5:14
10. A Little Fourplay (Featuring Sherree) 4:21
11. Lucky 5:33


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

After growing ever wearier of Smooth Jazz blandness such as the latest
James & Braun duo CD, the too-cool new Fourplay disc was a reminder for me
that the subgenre can have redeeming moments. Larry Carlton's guitar
soloing is especially delectable, as he wrings just the right sorrowful,
joyful, or pensive notes out of his instrument, depending on what the song
calls for. The band didn't lose a step when he replaced Lee Ritenour two
albums ago - Carlton is top-notch. The rest of the band is also as great as
ever - James with his subtly challenging keyboard lines, East contributing
his usual elegant bass foundations and silky vocals, and Harvey Mason's
sparkling drum work. I believe what really distinguishes Fourplay from the
rest, though, is their songwriting skills, individually and as a group. The
melodies on "...yes, please!" are consistently memorable and interesting.
It's a 4-and1/2-star CD; the only thing that stopped me from giving out my
first 5-star review ever was that Mr. James gets a little too twinkly on
such tunes as "Robo Bop" and "Go With Your Heart."




I just realized how "small" of an impression this cd has made on me when I
decided to review it and I couldn't locate it in my cd collection. I
suspect that is because after listening to "Yes, Please" several times I
annoited it to the further reaches of my collection. Why?

I had originally puchased this cd solely because I hadn't owned anything by
Fourplay and I felt I should have something...just to round out my
collection.Plus with the addition of Larry Carlton I thought it might make
for a more interesting lineup. Once located and I'm now listening again I
suspect it isn't that I don't enjoy the cd either...I guess it's simply
because the music doesn't really leave much of a mark. Again, there are
some nice things here, "Once Upon A Love" and "Free Range" are both lovely
songs with pretty melodies but there isn't much as far as anything that
feels like it truly comes from the heart.Plus,and I find this to be a
common marketing ploy in this style of jazz, there's the obligatory "
between the sheets/lover man" selection.In this case a tune called " A
Little Fourplay " a song that , I feel, tends to pander to the listening
audiences worst musical instincts. Talk about cheapening your craft!
Obviously with musicicans of this caliber you may expect something more in
the way of jazz that is a bit more "expressive" and improvisational.
Unfortunately, at least on this disc, everything here tends to feel as
though it is strictly being done "by the numbers". Again, I nice enough cd
but one that leaves me suspecting that something was left behind in the
studio!

Granted, with the "smooth jazz" genre I suspect the majority of fans aren't
really looking for anything much more than something that is pleasant and
innocuous. I'm not certain if this style of jazz is capable of maintaining
an artist that is willing to branch out and take a few risks with their
music. So, I guess, in the end Fourplay is simply giving smooth jazz lovers
exactly what they are looking for! And that , in itself, is a shame.


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