George Benson - Tomando La Brisa (Breezin') album flac
Genre: Jazz / Funk
Title: Tomando La Brisa (Breezin')
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Breezin' is the fifteenth studio album by jazz/soul guitarist George Benson. It is his debut on Warner Bros. The album marked the beginning of Benson's most successful period commercially. Breezin' topped the Pop, Jazz and R&B album charts in Billboard and spun off two hit singles, the title song (which has become a smooth jazz standard) and "This Masquerade," which was a top ten pop and R&B hit. The album itself was certified triple Platinum by the RIAA.
Breezin' (LP, Album, RP, Los). Fabulous album, One of the nicest Jazz/Funk LPs about, full of melodic hooks and some truly memorable guitar riffs crossing through into Funk Jazz Soul and some Latin sounding influences. Lovely lush string buildups with chilled production and percussion. For me this is Georges best set, its also his biggest hit for this reason. Añadir a la colección Añadir a deseados Eliminar de Deseados. Mercado online 0 189 en ventadesde 0,85 €. Comprar Vinyl Vender Vinyl.
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All of a sudden, George Benson became a pop superstar with this album, thanks to its least representative track. Most of Breezin' is a softer-focused variation of Benson's R&B/jazz-flavored CTI work, his guitar as assured and fluid as ever with Claus Ogerman providing the suave orchestral backdrops and his crack then-working band (including Ronnie Foster on keyboards and sparkplug Phil Upchurch on rhythm guitar) pumping up the funk element
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George Benson was already everyone's favourite jazz-funk guitarist by 1976, when Breezin' made him a pop star too. His Stevie Wonder-inspired vocal rendition of Leon Russell's "This Masquerade" proved irresistible, and Breezin' became the first album by a jazz artist to go platinum, topping pop, jazz and R&B charts simultaneously. From the Bobby Womack-penned title track to Jose Feliciano's "Affirmation", Breezin' glides by on Benson's fleet-fingered fluidity, low-key funk and a string section that adds just enough sugar to this tasty.