Jarreau [Bonus Track]

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All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
Having broken through into the pop Top Ten albums with producer Jay Graydon and Breakin' Away, Jarreau had found his commercial groove, and it was potent enough to sustain him at least through the eponymously titled follow-up album. Again, strong, often self-co-composed material, and catchy, radio-friendly arrangements with lots of synthesizers would be the strong suit of this album, front-loaded by two large-scale R&B hits, the cheery "Mornin'" and the footstomping "Boogie Down," that would be part of his concert repertoire forever more ("Save Me" is also in their league). The backing comes from a coterie of L.A. pros who kick in more energy than what one would ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
Having broken through into the pop Top Ten albums with producer Jay Graydon and Breakin' Away, Jarreau had found his commercial groove, and it was potent enough to sustain him at least through the eponymously titled follow-up album. Again, strong, often self-co-composed material, and catchy, radio-friendly arrangements with lots of synthesizers would be the strong suit of this album, front-loaded by two large-scale R&B hits, the cheery "Mornin'" and the footstomping "Boogie Down," that would be part of his concert repertoire forever more ("Save Me" is also in their league). The backing comes from a coterie of L.A. pros who kick in more energy than what one would normally expect; it must be the material that fired 'em up. In other words, this is a really good R&B album, almost a great one, with the one caveat being that Jarreau's unique vocal abilities aren't remotely challenged; this could conceivably have been cut by almost any skilled R&B singer. [The 2009 reissue of the album adds a bonus track "I Keep Calling."]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/19/2009
  • Label: Friday Music
  • UPC: 829421113126
  • Catalog Number: 1131
  • Sales rank: 927

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Al Jarreau Primary Artist
Victor Feldman Musician
Bill Champlin Musician
Steve Gadd Musician
Michael Omartian Musician
Richard Page Musician
Jeff Porcaro Musician
Steve Porcaro Musician
Technical Credits
Al Jarreau Composer
Jeremy Lubbock Composer
Greg Mathieson Composer
Tom Canning Composer
John Lang Composer
Michael Omartian Composer
Richard Page Composer
Trevor Veitch Composer
Christine Sauers Art Direction
Joe Reagoso Reissue Producer, Remastering
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