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Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies on smokey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Fourplay is a contemporary American smooth jazz quartet, who released their eighth studio album Journey in 2004. The line-up consisted of Bob James on keyboard, Harvey Mason on the drums, guitarist Larry Carlton and Nathan East on the bass. The vocals included in a few of the selections add a dimension of freshness to those selections reflecting earlier albums. While Carlton leads the Sting cover "Fields of Gold," it is the opening riff, East's vocals on the bridge, and his signature bass runs at the end that make it attractive. The complete album is self-penned, except for the opening "Fields of Gold".
Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies on smokey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Fourplay is a contemporary American smooth jazz quartet, who released their eighth studio album Journey in 2004. The line-up consisted of Bob James on keyboard, Harvey Mason on the drums, guitarist Larry Carlton and Nathan East on the bass. The vocals included in a few of the selections add a dimension of freshness to those selections reflecting earlier albums. While Carlton leads the Sting cover "Fields of Gold," it is the opening riff, East's vocals on the bridge, and his signature bass runs at the end that make it attractive. The complete album is self-penned, except for the opening "Fields of Gold".
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Journey [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Smok) (Hol)
Artist: Fourplay
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies on smokey coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Fourplay is a contemporary American smooth jazz quartet, who released their eighth studio album Journey in 2004. The line-up consisted of Bob James on keyboard, Harvey Mason on the drums, guitarist Larry Carlton and Nathan East on the bass. The vocals included in a few of the selections add a dimension of freshness to those selections reflecting earlier albums. While Carlton leads the Sting cover "Fields of Gold," it is the opening riff, East's vocals on the bridge, and his signature bass runs at the end that make it attractive. The complete album is self-penned, except for the opening "Fields of Gold".
        
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