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.But Seriously [Deluxe] [Digipak]


.But Seriously [Deluxe] [Digipak]


$15.92


Personnel: Phil Collins (vocals, keyboards, drums, tambourine); David Crosby (vocals); Daryl Stuermer, Dominic Miller, Eric Clapton (guitar); Steve Winwood (Hammond organ); Nathan East, Lelan Sklar, Pino Palladino (bass); Alex Brown, Marva King, Lynn Fiddmont (background vocals). Phoenix Horns: Don Myrick (saxophone); Harry Kim, Rhomlee Michael Davis (trumpet); Louis Satterfield (trombone). Recorded at the Farm, Surrey, England and A & M Studios, Los Angeles, California. Audio Remasterers: Miles Showell; Nick Davis. Photographer: Patrick Balls. Phil Collins’ fourth solo album, 1989′s BUT SERIOUSLY, is the first solo release by the Genesis drummer after 1985′s NO JACKET REQUIRED, the album which catapulted this oddly charming guy into a multimedia superstar with a budding film and television career. As the title hints, BUT SERIOUSLY is a mature, thoughtful album, less giddy than the hit machine that was NO JACKET REQUIRED, and with a newfound sense of social commentary on songs like “Something Happened on the Way to Heaven” and the anti-homelessness single “Another Day in Paradise.” What saves BUT SERIOUSLY from incipient earnestness is Collins’ usual sense of diffident offhandedness, and his typically fine sense of pop songcraft. While BUT SERIOUSLY was not the worldbeater its predecessor was, it’s a more satisfying and long-lasting album.

Alfie 2-Pack


Alfie 2-Pack


$17.42


This double feature combines the Swinging 1960s classic ALFIE with its 2004 remake. In the 1966 version, Michael Caine turns in one his finest career performances as the title character, a feckless London lothario whose chief pleasure in life is to have a good time on dates with a different woman each day of the week. When Alfie accidentally impregnates his live-in girlfriend Gilda (Julia Foster), he takes a vacation in the country to think about his life-while still managing to engage in sexual affairs with a variety of women, including millionairess Ruby (Shelley Winters), young runaway Siddie (Millicent Martin), and even his friend’s wife Lily (Vivien Merchant). However, Alfie can’t vacation forever. Before long, his fatherly responsibilities catch up with him and he’s forced to face the product of his debauchery. Based on the novel of the same name by Bill Naughton, ALFIE touches on a number of controversial topics (polygamy and child abandonment, for starters). Director Lewis Gilbert cleverly mixes comedy and tragedy with a crucial lesson about immorality. Jude Law stars in the trenchant remake set in New York City and pumped up with giddy, cleverly experimental editing. This story has Alfie (Law), a Don Juan-esque limo driver, speaking directly to the camera as he seduces the lovely ladies of the city. Eventually he’s forced to take stock of the damage he’s caused, and acknowledge the emptiness at the core of his chosen lifestyle. Playing the role of Alfie requires a fine balancing act from Law-he must be so charming that he seduces both the audience and himself, while also conveying the self-delusion and sadness at the character’s core-and Law is up for the challenge, expertly conveying glimpses of the unfathomed depth beneath his polished shallowness. Equally good are his array of conquests, including Marisa Tomei as a single mom, Sienna Miller as a mood-swinging party girl, and Susan Sarandon as a rich older woman. A soundtrack by Mick Jagger and David

Alfred 81-BC1691 Holiday Fanfare, Score & Parts - Medium-Difficult


Alfred 81-BC1691 Holiday Fanfare, Score & Parts – Medium-Difficult


$30.07


Holiday Fanfare by Michael J. Miller for brass ensemble is a spirited celebration of the season. Featuring every instrument of the brass section, this triumphant opener highlights several familiar melodies. Playable by musicians of all levels, including optional percussion, this piece is sure to set the mood for your Holiday concert. Alfred Music is the worldwide leader in music education with hundreds of expert authors and composers. We publish pop, educational, and performance pieces for teachers, students, hobbyists, and performers spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Our brand is well known for our focus on the clients and the services provided to the users. It has become one of the most trusted names. FeaturesHoliday Fanfare Specifications Series: Eighth Note Publications Format: Score & Parts Instrument: Brass Choir Instrumentation: Brass Choir with Opt. Percussion Level: Medium-Difficult

Alfred Music 81-TE17252 Marche Slave Score & Parts


Alfred Music 81-TE17252 Marche Slave Score & Parts


$25.43


March slave by tchaikovsky is a riveting tone poem that captures the pride of russians in the late 17th century. This arrangement, scored for eight trumpets by michael j. Miller, was premiered by the university of south florida trumpet ensemble at the 2017 national trumpet competition in denver, co. With a part for just about every type of trumpeter including flugelhorn and lead player, this piece is a must have for every serious trumpet ensemble. Specifications Arranged By: Michael J. Miller Weight: 0.45 lbs

Andromeda Strain Miniseries


Andromeda Strain Miniseries


$8.36


Based on the best-selling novel by Michael Crichton, the A & E mini-series event The Andromeda Strain arrives on DVD in this special 2-disc collection! Two-time Academy Award nominee Mikael Salomon (Band of Brothers) directs a powerhouse cast, including Benjamin Bratt (Law & Order), Christa Miller (Scrubs), Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), Rick Schroder (NYPD Blue), Andre Braugher (City of Angels), Viola Davis (Disturbia), and Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) in this thrilling sci-fi adventure. When a mysterious virus is brought to earth by a returning satellite, an elite and dedicated squad of scientists assembles to search for the truth and stop the mutating killer before it ends life on earth. Presented by three-time Academy Award nominee Ridley Scott (American Gangster) and Primetime Emmy Award winner Tony Scott (Numb3rs), The Andromeda Strain includes all 4 televised hours, contains exclusive bonus materials and features Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. Own the action-packed epic today!

Applause Books Best Monologues from The Best American Short Plays, Vol Two Best American Short Plays Softcover by Demastes


Applause Books Best Monologues from The Best American Short Plays, Vol Two Best American Short Plays Softcover by Demastes


$19.99


This second volume of the best monologues from the Best American Short Plays series features a diverse selection drawn from the outstanding works from many of today’s best American playwrights. In these monologues, the playwrights capture much of the flavors, feelings, and thoughts of American culture over the past several decades. The result is a collection of taught, engaging monologues offering fascinating perspectives. They are written with an eye toward the stage that makes them excellent source material for actors young and old alike. And they offer a freshness and directness that make them excellent companions for readers attracted to good, often quirky, and always engaging contemporary literature. Included in this volume are monologues by Billy Aronson, Bruce Bonafede, Victor Bumbalo, Clay McLeod Chapman, Yussef El Guindi, Steve Feffer, Catherine Filloux, Daniel Gallant, Madeleine George, Willy Holtzman, Paul Kuritz, Neil LaBute, Dano Madden, Theodore Mann, Donald Margulies, Susan Miller, Lavonne Mueller, Joyce Carol Oates, Carey Pepper, Joe Pintauro, Michael Roderick, Murray Schisgal, Paul Selig, and Nicky Silver.

Back to the Future Now: Live at Arizo


Back to the Future Now: Live at Arizo


$9.84


Additional personnel includes: McGuire Sisters, Tracy Byrd, Wade Hayes. Recorded live at Arizona Charlie’s, Las Vegas, Nevada. “Fat Boy Rag” was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. Personnel: Ray Benson, Wade Hayes (vocals, guitar); Chris O’Connell, Leroy Preston, The McGuire Sisters, Tracy Byrd (vocals); Cindy Cashdollar, Lucky Oceans (steel guitar); Jason Roberts (mandolin, fiddle, background vocals); John Lee Carpenter, Chris Booher (fiddle); Michael Francis (saxophone); Tim Alexander (piano, background vocals); Floyd Domino (piano); David Sanger (drums); David Earl Miller (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Larry Seyer; Ray Benson. Recording information: Arizona charlie’s, Las Vegas, CA (12/1996). Recorded live at a nightclub called Arizona Charlie’s in Las Vegas, Nevada, BACK TO THE FUTURE NOW is heavy on the western swing classics, as well as the special guest stars, including a bevy of former Wheelites-singer Chris O’Connell, pedal steel player Lucky Oceans and bassist Tony Gardner-and new country stars Tracy Byrd and the McGuire Sisters. The set list is typically eclectic, from western swing standards like Bob Wills’ “Ida Red” and “Fat Boy Rag” or Fred Rose’s “Roly Poly” to jazz favorites like “God Bless the Child” and “Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens” to originals like “The Letter That Johnny Walker Read.” The highlight is a scorching version of “Hot Rod Lincoln” by the group’s old pal Commander Cody, but every song is tight, with that perfect balance of instrumental flash and good-natured musical passion. Bob Wills would be proud.

Batman


Batman


$20.96


Tim Burton’s BATMAN, inspired by Frank Miller’s graphic novel THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, is a Gothic, Wagnerian treatment of the Batman mythos that explains the origins of Batman (Michael Keaton) and his nemesis, the maniacal Joker (a ripe Jack Nicholson). Gotham City is a sunless, ominous haven for criminals, held in the corrupt grip of crime boss Carl Grissom (the ever-magnetic Jack Palance), and terrorized by a sadistic vandal and murderer known as The Joker. But it isn’t long before a dark, mysterious caped crusader, who goes by the name of BATMAN, is on their trail and trying to thwart their evil doings. In this darkly entertaining retelling of the Marvel comic classic, ace photojournalist Vicki Vale (warmly and sympathetically played by Kim Basinger) is also on the trail-she wants to find out who Batman really is. Based on the popular comic book character created by Bob Kane for DC Comics; the story and tone have nothing in common with the popular TV series of the 1960s. Imaginative special effects and imposing, Gothic architectural sets dominate this visually graphic, stylish film. Keaton gives a brooding performance as the Caped Crusader and his interestingly understated alter-ego Bruce Wane. But is it Nicholson’s Joker that steals the show, with his unnerving, brilliantly maniacal portrayal, especially in the context of his twisted relationship with Grissom’s gal Alicia (a lanky, disquieting Jerry Hall).

Bingo! [digipak]


Bingo! [digipak]


$9.56


Personnel: Steve Miller (vocals, guitar); Norton Buffalo (vocals, harmonica); Joseph Wooten (vocals, piano, Hammond b-3 organ, keyboards); Sonny Charles, Billy Peterson, Kenny Lee Lewis (vocals); Gordon Knudtson (drums). Audio Mixers: Kent Hertz; Andy Johns. His first studio album in 17 years, Bingo! collects some of Miller’s favorite blues and R & B songs. The album will feature guests like Joe Satriani, Michael Carabello, and Jose Areas, as well as the late Steve Miller Band harmonica player Norton Buffalo, and will be the first release on Miller’s own Space Cowboy Records.

Branca: Symphony No. 13 (Hallucinatio


Branca: Symphony No. 13 (Hallucinatio


$11.9


Personnel: Andrea Luciano, Mike Pellegrino, Kirk Hellie, Bernardo Nardini, Jurij Gianluca Ricotti, Giacomo Ancillotto, Terry Curran, Simone Iacovitti, Simone Bornati, Simone Attenni, Saverio Pailla, Paolo Sodini, Nalli Edoardo, Michele Bornati, Max Ranucci, Matteo Di Laudo, Matteo Bottini, Matej Osredkar, Massimo Antonietti, Marcello Sanna, Luciano Verdicchio, Luca Nostra, Luca Luzzi, Khanh Nguyen-Thanh, Justin Hui, Guiseppe Riganello, Gino Boschi, Gianfranco Galati, Gaetano Maisto, Franceso Generali, Francesco Urso, Francesco Loriga, Flavio Nati, Federico Vassallo, Evelyn Buhler, Elias Marson, Edoardo Reali, Edoardo De Tommasi, Diego Martucci, Davide Rota, Davide Bruscoli, David Potocnik, Damiano La Rocca, Christo McCracken, Chris Page, Cal Sawyer, Antonio Tonietti, Andy Jefferys, Alex Mastrangelo, Alessandro Ventura, Alessandro Scialotti, Michael Miller, Ella Guru, Neil Johnson (guitar); Ian Preston, Gabriele Micheli, Stefano Silvestri, Giordano Muraglia, Nicol Pagani, Stefano Danese, Robert James Hanrahan, Paolo Scozzi, Ivan Nirta, Excel Mylene Rise, Barry Davis, Arec Koundarjian, Salvatore Licitra, Steve Fisher, Tom Hughes, Ryan Walsh (bass guitar). Recording information: Rome Radio.

C and I Collectables 1215MTURNER NFL Michael Turner Atlanta Falcons Player Plaqu


C and I Collectables 1215MTURNER NFL Michael Turner Atlanta Falcons Player Plaqu


$29.68


Miller Park is featured on a licensed 8X10 photo as the cornerstone of this 12″ X 15″ plaque. Home to rabid fans of the Milwaukee Brewers, the plaque also bears two officially licensed trading cards of top Brewers stars. The deluxe cherry wood plaque is perfect for displaying in any room of the house or an office. Superior, high-clarity acrylic lens covers firmly affixed to the plaque with brass-type screws protect both the photo and trading cards. An engraved nameplate completes the design. This is a great item for any fan. All cards are easily replaceable with ones from your own collection. The plaque is proudly produced and assembled in the USA. Licensed 8?x10? Michael Turner Photo Officially Licensed Trading Card 12″ X 15″ cherry wood plaque Full lens covers to protect cards, pictures

Eli Stone-1st Season


Eli Stone-1st Season


$14.92


Follow Eli Stone (Jonny Lee Miller) on his quirky quest for answers in this exciting and upbeat comedic drama. When Eli awakens to an unending George Michael soundtrack that only he can hear, gets dive-bombed by a WWI biplane on a busy San Francisco street, and faces a fire-breathing dragon outside his office window, there are two possible explanations: delusions caused by a potentially fatal brain aneurysm or the chance that something greater is at work. He might just be a prophet sent to change the world. Victor Garber and Loretta Devine lead an acclaimed supporting cast in this wonderfully wacky new series, Eli Stone: The Complete First Season. Complete with every Season One episode, exclusive bloopers and behind-the-scenes footage, this 4-disc box set will surprise, inspire and leave you feeling like you gotta have faith.

Famous Blue Raincoat: The Songs Of Le


Famous Blue Raincoat: The Songs Of Le


$24.99


Personnel: Jennifer Warnes (vocals), Fred Tackett, Michael Landau, Robben Ford (guitar), David Lindley (lap steel guitar), Sid Page, Barbara Porter (violins), Novi Novog (viola), Larry Corbett, Suzie Katayama (cellos), Paul Ostermayer (tenor saxophone), “Reverend” Dave Boruff (saxophone), Bill Ginn (piano, synthesizer), Gary Chang (synthesizers, programming), William “Smitty” Smith (synthesizer, Hammond B-3), Russell Ferrante (synthesizer), Richard Feves, Jorge Calderon (bass), Roscoe Beck (bass, guitar, acoustic bass, synthesizer), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Larry Brown, Steve Forman, Lenny Castro (percussion), Bobby King, Terry Evans, Kal David, Willie Greene Jr. (background vocals). Tributee: Leonard Cohen. Personnel: Henry Lewy, Howard Larman, Bill Ginn. Audio Mixers: Elliot Scheiner; Frank Wolf; George Massenburg; Henry Lewy; Steve Postell; Roscoe Beck; Billy Youdelman. Audio Remasterer: Bernie Grundman. Recording information: The Institute, Austin, TX. Photographers: Sharon Weisz; Ingrid Lundahl; Hazel Field; Norman Seeff; Karen Miller; Harry Bowers; Henry Diltz; Sherry Suris; Roscoe Beck.

Greatest Hits


Greatest Hits


$4.42


Personnel includes: Brenda Russell (vocals, piano, synthesizer, drum ); Joe Esposito (vocals); Henrik Janson, Ray Obiedo, George Sopuch, Fred Tackett, David Wolfert, James Harrah (guitar); Tom Saviano (soprano saxophone); David Sanborn (saxophone); Jerry Hey, Steve Madaio (trumpet, flugelhorn); Judd Miller (trumpet); Greg Phillinganes, Russell Ferrante (piano, synthesizer); Walter Afanasieff (piano, synthesizer, synthesized bass). Producers: Andre Fischer, Brenda Russell, Jeff Hull, Narada Michael Walden, Peter O. Ekberg. Personnel: Brenda Russell (vocals, piano, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer, drum programming, background vocals); Joe Esposito (vocals); Henrik Janson, James Harrah (guitar); David Wolfert, George Sopuch, Fred Tackett (electric guitar); Tom Saviano (soprano saxophone); Jerry Hey, Steve Madaio (trumpet, flugelhorn); Judd Miller (trumpet); Ron Stockert (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer); Greg Phillinganes (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, bass synthesizer); Joe Sample (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Russell Ferrante, Walter Afanasieff (piano, synthesizer); Narada Michael Walden (piano, drums); Clare Fischer, William D. “Smitty” Smith (organ); Janne Schaffer (synthesizer, guitar synthesizer); Jeff Hull, Matthew Wilder (synthesizer, drum programming); Peter Ljung, Ren Klyce, Ian Underwood, Louis Biancaniello, Michael Ruff, Sam Ward (synthesizer); Ake “The Schunk” Sundquist (drums, percussion); Jeff Porcaro, Andr Fischer, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Victor Feldman, Raul Rekow (percussion); Annie Stocking, Tina Thompson, Kitty Beethoven (background vocals). Photographer: Chuck Beeson. Arrangers: David Wolfert; Eric Borenstein; Matthew Wilder; Andr Fischer; Brenda Russell. Brenda Russell’s angelic voice is so engaging and pleasing that she could sing the ingredients in a Bon Appetit recipe and still get off a good take. Her voice is perfect for contemporary pop, not too light or too heavy, and while appreciated by her peers, she’s far from being a household

Hal Leonard Behind The Boards II: The Making Of Rock 'n' Roll's Greatest Hits Revealed


Hal Leonard Behind The Boards II: The Making Of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Greatest Hits Revealed


$24.99


The initial volume of Behind the Boards was the first definitive rock-record producer’s anthology of its kind, taking music fans and those interested in sound recording inside the studio to experience the creation of life-changing music! Behind the Boards II: The Making of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Greatest Records Revealed takes fans inside the creation of still more legendary rock gems, including “Hotel California” by the Eagles; “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” by the Clash; “Rocketman” by Elton John; “Ziggy Stardust” by David Bowie; “Start Me Up” by the Rolling Stones; “The Thrill Is Gone” by B.B. King; “Take a Walk on the Wild Side” by Lou Reed; such Beatles classics as “I Am the Walrus,” “Helter Skelter,” and “Give Peace a Chance”; as well as still more hits by Def Leppard, Billy Idol, Stevie Ray Vaughan, George Thorogood, the Police, Jackson Browne, Survivor, Foo Fighters, the Stone Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Heart, Joe Satriani, Rick Derringer, Peter Frampton, Huey Lewis & the News, Tool, Jon Bon Jovi, Daughtry, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Lenny Kravitz, Tracy Chapman, Steve Miller, Simple Minds, Foreigner, and many more!

Hal Leonard Down The Rhodes - The Fender Rhodes Story (Book/Blu-ray)


Hal Leonard Down The Rhodes – The Fender Rhodes Story (Book/Blu-ray)


$44.99


Down the Rhodes: The Fender Rhodes Story is a historical tribute to the electric piano that changed the sound of music. Invented by Harold Rhodes as a rehabilitation tool for soldiers in World War II, the Fender Rhodes piano both revolutionized and empowered musicians to explore a new, electric frontier of music. Through interviews with a remarkable cast of music notables, the book takes an insider’s look into how this electric piano played – and continues to play – an integral role in the creation of a wealth of music, from the 1960s through today. The collection of interviews – with Michael Bearden, George Benson, Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, D’Angelo, Eumir Deodato, George Duke, Larry Dunn, Donald Fagen, Ronnie Foster, Rodney Franklin, Robert Glasper, Jay Graydon, Dave Grusin, Don Grusin, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Ellis Hall, Herbie Hancock, Lalah Hathaway, Rami Jaffee, Bob James, Quincy Jones, Ramsey Lewis, Jeff Lorber, Robin Lumley, Ray Manzarek, Les McCann, Marcus Miller, Steve Molitz, John Novello, David Paich, Jerry Peters, Greg Phillinganes, James Poyser, Patrice Rushen, Joe Sample, Lenny White, Maurice White, Vince Wilburn Jr, Allee Willis, the CBS musical instruments staff, and others – provides for a rare glimpse at the music history behind some of the most memorable music of our time.

Hearsay


Hearsay


$11.78


Personnel includes: David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Howard Hewett (vocals); Lenny Picket (tenor saxophone); John Purcell (trumpet, English horn); Earl Gardner, Michael “Patches” Stewart (trumpet); Marcus Miller (bass clarinet, keyboards, guitar, bass, background vocals); Ricky Peterson (piano, organ, background vocals); William “Spaceman” Patterson (guitar, background vocals); Robben Ford, Dean Brown (guitar); Steve Jordan (drums, background vocals); Don Alias (percussion, background vocals); Jason Miles (programming). Recorded at The Power Station, New York, New York. Personnel: David Sanborn (vocals, alto saxophone); Marcus Miller (vocals, guitar, bass clarinet, keyboards); William Patterson (vocals, guitar); Ricky Peterson (vocals, piano, organ); Steve Jordan (vocals, drums); Don Alias (vocals, percussion); Joan Bisacca, Howard Hewett, Ivan Neville, Adam Dorn, Katreese Barnes, Steve Ferrone (vocals); Dean Brown, Robben Ford (guitar); John Purcell (English horn); Lenny Pickett (tenor saxophone); Michael “Patches” Stewart, Earl Gardner (trumpet); Jason Miles (programming). Audio Mixer: Joe Ferla. Recording information: Camel Island, Los Angeles, CA; Devonshire Studios; Power Station, New York, NY; Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, CA. Photographer: Lynn Goldsmith.

Hood Hop [clean] [edited]


Hood Hop [clean] [edited]


$9.79


This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files. Personnel: J-Kwon, St. Lunatics, Eboni Eyes, Big B, Jermaine Duri, Sadiyyah (rap vocals); Bryan Michael Cox (various instruments). Producers: The Trackboyz, Jermaine Dupri, LROC, Bryan Michael Cox. Recorded at Trackboyz, Florrisant, Maryland; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California; South Side, ZAC Digital, Stankonia Studios, Atlanta, Georgia. This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files. Personnel: J-Kwon, St. Lunatics, Eboni Eyes, Big B, Jermaine Dupri, Sadiyyah (rap vocals); Bryan Michael Cox (various instruments). Producers: The Trackboyz, Jermaine Dupri, LROC, Bryan Michael Cox. Recorded at Trackboyz, Florrisant, Maryland; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California; South Side, ZAC Digital, Stankonia Studios, Atlanta, Georgia. Personnel: Eboni Eyes, Sean Caldwell (vocals); Craig Love, Josh Miller (guitar). Audio Mixers: Manny Marroquin; Phil Tan. Recording information: Southside Studio, Atlanta, GA; Stankonia Recording, Atlanta, GA; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA; The Trackboyz Studios, Florrisant, MO; Zac Digital, Atlanta, GA. Photographer: Michael Lavine. J-Kwon opens the track “Welcome to tha Hood” with the declaration “I ain’t tryin’ to change hip-hop.” That may be true, but the 17-year-old rapper certainly knows how to start a party; with a crackling drawl uniquely his own, he connects right out of the box with the infectious top-10 crossover smash “Tipsy.” That track unquestionably owes a considerable debt to the swirling production of the Trackboyz, but it’s J-Kwon’s unusual perspective and boundless energy that propels the club hit. While many rappers can claim street cred, J-Kwon actually lived on the streets since he was 12 years old, a hustler’s existence that permeates his debut record, HOOD HOP. The title track, “U Ain’t Gotta Like Me,” and the aforementioned “Welcome to tha Hood” display

Illegal Substance [PA]


Illegal Substance [PA]


$4.42


Personnel: Stacie Plunk, Wren, Mea, T.C. Islam (vocals). Audio Mixer: Steve Miller. Audio Remixer: Danny Saber. Photographer: Michael Tullberg.

Inside


Inside


$11.78


Personnel: David Sanborn (sopranino & alto saxophones); Marcus Miller (vocals, clarinet, bass clarinet, sitar, electric piano, Fender Rhodes, keyboards, guitar, bass, fretless bass, synthesizer, drum programming); Cassandra Wilson, Sting, Lalah Hathaway, Eric Benet (vocals); Michael Brecker, Lenny Pickett (tenor saxophone); Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxophone); Wallace Roney (trumpet); Hank Roberts (cello); Gil Goldstein (electric piano); Ricky Peterson (Hammond B-3 organ); David Issac (keyboards, drum & percussion programming); Fareed Haque (acoustic guitar); Dean Brown (acoustic steel & electric guitars); Bill Frisell (guitar); Martin Sewell (National Resaphonic guitar); Gene Lake (drums); Don Alias (percussion). Engineers include: David Isaac, Dean Sharenow, Malcolm Pollack. Recorded at Camel Island Studios, Los Angeles, California; Avatar Studios, Sound On Sound, Hiatus Studio, and Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York. INSIDE won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance. Personnel: David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Marcus Miller (vocals, sitar, bass clarinet, electric piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, drums, drum programming); Bill Frisell (guitar); Dean Brown (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Fareed Haque (acoustic guitar); Hank Roberts (cello); Lenny Pickett, Michael Brecker (tenor saxophone); Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxophone); Wallace Roney (trumpet); Gil Goldstein (electric piano); Gene Lake (drums); Don Alias (percussion); David Isaac (programming, drum programming); Dr. John (sampler). Audio Mixer: Goh Hotoda. Recording information: Avatar Studios, New York, NY; Camel Island Studio, Los Angeles, CA; Hiatus Studio; Sound on Sound Studios, New York, NY. Photographers: Michael Wilson; Eric Johnson. With smooth strokes, Sanborn has painted a lovely urban jazz landscape on INSIDE. These cuts may have an easy-rolling feel, but they’re surely not dental office fare. Soft, breezy vocal and alto melodies meet rough beats and mean bass

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