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Brian Hughes - Straight To You (1996)

14-01-2014, 01:37
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Brian Hughes - Straight To You (1996)

Artist: Brian Hughes
Title Of Album: Straight To You
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Higher Octave
Genre: Contemporary Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 57:38 min
Total Size: 381 MB / 130 MB


01. Soul Fruit [6:18]
02. Pica [6:52]
03. Andalusian Night [4:57]
04. Straight To You [7:00]
05. Sleeping Angel [3:42]
06. Casa Magica [6:49]
07. Pamela [5:16]
08. Sesimbra Sun [5:51]
09. Bridges and Rain [4:58]
10. And To Beauty [5:44]


Brian Hughes (guitar);
Hugh Marsh (violin);
Les Portelli (piano);
Gord Sheard (synthesizers, Hammond organ, accordion);
Peter Bleakney (bass);
Mark Kelso (drums, vocals, percussion);
Rick Lazar (percussion).

Contemporary jazz being the fickle world it is, even a hugely popular artist who takes a few years between releases had better re-emerge with something pretty explosive to get the ball rolling again. Canadian guitarist Brian Hughes emerges from an undeserved three-year label limbo with a fresh, exotic fire in his belly on the global village of Straight to You, which marks Higher Octave Music's first official foray into truly adventurous jazz fusion. The radio-friendly fare is there, of course, but it's the way Hughes evokes Wes Montgomery while weaving a seductive stew of Latin, Brazilian, Middle Eastern, and funky blues into both pop and jazz contexts that makes this a genre-busting classic. Wherever he's been traveling over the years with Celtic songstress Loreena McKennitt has given Hughes inspiration to splash tropical here, flamenco meets Middle Eastern there, and Brazilian just for the weekend. While both of his guitars mesmerize, it's the go-for-broke band interaction (particularly his chemistry with pianist Les Portelli) that makes this a hearty return to form. -- Jonathan Widran ~



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honey   User offline   14 January 2014 10:45

The better smooth jazz born in that years 90s. Thnx denlenz for bring us the better of your music collection. Happy 2014 from 3rd world.

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honey   User offline   15 January 2014 03:18

Hi, somebody have the Nelson Rangell discography...

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