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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Pop singer Gloria Estefan found much greater success after stepping out in the forefront of her band Miami Sound Machine, and the same good fortune should come to saxman Lincoln Adler, who now bills himself as a solo artist after fronting the vastly underrated L.A. pop-fusion ensemble Rain-bo Tribe. The Dream is an infectious combination of original recordings with sax-driven remixes from the Tribe's largely overlooked 1994 debut, which was one of the genre's most energetic ensemble releases that year. Tune-wise, Adler doesn't do anything his many peers haven't thought of first--he simply writes a grand mixture of radio friendly ballads and easily punchy melodic riffs, ...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Pop singer Gloria Estefan found much greater success after stepping out in the forefront of her band Miami Sound Machine, and the same good fortune should come to saxman Lincoln Adler, who now bills himself as a solo artist after fronting the vastly underrated L.A. pop-fusion ensemble Rain-bo Tribe. The Dream is an infectious combination of original recordings with sax-driven remixes from the Tribe's largely overlooked 1994 debut, which was one of the genre's most energetic ensemble releases that year. Tune-wise, Adler doesn't do anything his many peers haven't thought of first--he simply writes a grand mixture of radio friendly ballads and easily punchy melodic riffs, with a tender, albeit off the point Quiet Storm vocal thrown in for good measure. But his playing, either with some new musicians or with the Tribe, is laden with electrically improvised sparks which could give him a leg up on the new and deserving competition. His former band's past exposure troubles were due more to an identity crisis than any musical flaws, so Adler's decision to emerge from the shadows just might make the difference. Try try again, and eventually you will succeed.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/3/1996
  • Label: Chartmaker
  • UPC: 603281441021
  • Catalog Number: 14410

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Toot Unvommon (4:17)
  2. 2 Northern Lights (3:59)
  3. 3 Show You the Way to Love (4:12)
  4. 4 The Dream (4:57)
  5. 5 Visions (3:43)
  6. 6 What They Don't Tell You (4:13)
  7. 7 Badugadu (4:39)
  8. 8 Wish You Were Here (3:32)
  9. 9 Colours (4:44)
  10. 10 Going Home (3:59)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lincoln Adler Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Saxophone
Luis Conte Percussion
Michael Henderson Keyboards
Evelyn "Champagne" King Background Vocals
Nick Lane Trombone
Steve Madaio Trumpet
Rob McDonald Bass, Vocals
Wil Wheaton Vocals
Toshi Yanagi Guitar
Evan Scot Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards
Johnny Castaneda Drums
Michael Malloy Vocals
Brian Sherman Keyboards
Michael J. Henderson Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Lincoln Adler Programming, Producer, Engineer
Michael Henderson Producer
Gabriel Moffat Engineer
Rain-Bo Tribe Producer
Evan Scot Programming, Producer, Engineer
Jim Mueller Executive Producer, Art Direction
Alain Vasquez Art Direction
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