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The Gadd Gang - Here & Now mp3 track

MP3 1109 mb. | FLAC 1477 mb. | WMA 1718 mb.

Performer: The Gadd Gang
Title: Here & Now
Country: US
Released: 1988
Style: Fusion, Rhythm & Blues
Category: Jazz / Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Tracklist

A1 I Can't Turn You Loose 5:18
A2 My Girl / Them Changes 8:31
A3 Soul Serenade 6:40
B1 Things Ain't What They Used To Be 5:55
B2 Che Ore So' 5:42
B3 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours 5:24
B4 A Whiter Shade Of Pale 3:48

Credits

  • Producer – Kiyoshi Itoh, Steve Gadd

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FC 44327, C 44327 The Gadd Gang Here & Now ‎(LP, Album) Columbia, Columbia FC 44327, C 44327 US 1988
177.092 The Gadd Gang Here & Now ‎(LP, Album) Discos CBS Jazz 177.092 Brazil 1988
EPC 461001 2 The Gadd Gang Here & Now ‎(CD, Album) Epic EPC 461001 2 Netherlands 1988
EPC 461001 2 The Gadd Gang Here & Now ‎(CD, Album) Epic EPC 461001 2 Netherlands 1988
28 3H-5026 The Gadd Gang Here & Now ‎(LP, Album) A Touch 28 3H-5026 Japan 1988


Drummer Steve Gadd's unit (which also features keyboardist Richard Tee, guitarist Cornell Dupree and bassist Eddie Gomez) plays appealing R&B/jazz instrumentals that groove lightly and feature some worthy solos.

flac Pre-gap length : 00:02

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Here & Now (LP, Album). Here & Now (CD, Album). Here & Now (LP, Album). Label Discos CBS Jazz.

With the addition of a horn section arranged by David Matthews, the group plays Bob Dylan's "Watching the River Flow," and Wilton Felder's "Way Back Home," a medley of "Honky Tonk" and "I Can't Stop Loving You," and some basic band originals that can appeal to a wide audience.