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Citrus Sun - Another Time Another Space (2001)

24-12-2013, 00:35
Jazz | Nu Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Citrus Sun - Another Time Another Space (2001)

Artist: Citrus Sun
Title Of Album: Another Time Another Space
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Heads Up
Genre: Acid Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 55:35 min
Total Size: 343 MB / 128 MB


01. Make Me Smile (3:42)
02. Tanya's Song (4:35)
03. Budapest (6:19)
04. Another Time, Another Space (5:03)
05. Where The Wind Blows (4:50)
06. So What Can I Do? (3:43)
07. Blue Orchid (4:53)
08. Somewhere, Nowhere (3:39)
09. What Is It (5:09)
10. Full Circle (4:54)
11. Mellowed (8:38)

Following Maysa and Inner Shade, Citrus Sun is the third spin-off group from the 1970s-inspired British jazz-funk mob Incognito. While not nearly as creative as Inner Shade, and without Maysa singing a note, Another Time, Another Space is much truer to the sound of Incognito than either of the other spin-offs. Citrus Sun wring the '70s instrumental ingredients out of the Incognito sound and heat it up with a modern smooth-jazz flavor. Sax man Ed Jones, also an Inner Shade cat, gives topnotch performances on the melodic "Budapest," the ballad "Blue Orchid," the upbeat title track, and others here. Trumpeter-arranger Dominic Glover, who salutes Donald Byrd on "What It Is," and guitarist Jim Mullen, who gives a nice nod to Earth Wind & Fire's Al McKay on "Full Circle," also are standouts. You might easily mistake Another Time, Another Space as the very first Incognito instrumental album. -- Mark Ruffin ~



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