Soul Express

Soul Express

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by Chris Standring

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Trippin & Rhythm

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Chris Standring   Primary Artist,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocoder
Andre Berry   Bass,Bass Guitar
Paul Brown   Percussion
Dave Karasony   Drums
Jeff Robinson   Vocals
Dino Soldo   Harmonica
Roberto Vally   Bass,Bass Guitar
C.C. White   Vocals
Rico Bell   Bass Guitar
Larry Steen   Acoustic Bass
Rodney Lee   Keyboards
Jeff Robinson   Vocals
Paul Rayner-Brown   Percussion
Stan Sargeant   Acoustic Bass

Technical Credits

Paul Brown   Audio Production
John Coltrane   Composer
Chuck Cymone   Arranger,Composer,Programming
Stevie Wonder   Composer
Rodney Lee   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Chris Standring   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
R. Lee   Composer
Paul Rayner-Brown   Producer
Yelena Ilnitskaya   Cover Model
Annie Stack   Artwork
Holly Weber   Cover Model

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Soul Express 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Medvegas More than 1 year ago
This album by great smooth-jazz artist Chris Standring, is a very "smooth" album indeed. Every song is as soothing and cool as the next. Listening to the entire compact disc lends itself to a world beyond just music for music's sake, this is a world in which all things are possible if even for a brief moment in time. This album is for the escapist, the person that needs soothing soul comfort, and to that end, it achieves what it set out to do. I purchased this disc a year ago because I heard a song from it on the radio. It arrived just in time for my long-anticipated vacation to the Pacific Northwest. I could not stop listening to it, driving my family crazy, it made the splendor of seeing trees 150 feet tall, forests of evergreen, and the surreal effect of a Pacific storm front moving along the coast, enshrouding our vehicle with fog and mist, all the more special. Natural beauty notwithstanding, this disc will also engender an emotion known amongst all fans of smooth-jazz as the "just-chillin' effect," essentially, this effect happens when one is driving a car, sun-roof opened, top-down, wind rushing through, being a warm-sunny day, mid-afternoon, no traffic, two-lane road, a general feeling of being thankful just to be alive, and then listening to an awesome smooth-jazz song, blasting the radio to the maximum volume, bass at threshold, what then follows is what may be described as a "warm-fuzzy" feeling, wherein a person enjoys the nirvana of "just-chillin' This disc is a must have for any fan of smooth-jazz, and it will serve the listener well whenever the need arises in our hectic society for escape, relief, comfort, and good feelings associated with it. Michael Wade