Torrid Rain

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Dave Camp's splashy, picture perfect debut Torrid Rain is one of those ultra smooth sax albums that you try your darndest to resist even as it sucks you in by your lapels and gets your brain humming from the first listen. Logic says it's too infectious, too melodically simple and not adventurous enough despite some cool atmospheric percussion effects to be any sort of jazz, even if it's contemporary. And yet, those mouthwatering melodies, combined with a spirited mix of wild tenor funk and skydiving soprano, makes this an affair to remember. The hook about these great hooks is that Camp didn't just pop onto the scene out of nowhere. He's seasoned his chops these past ...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Dave Camp's splashy, picture perfect debut Torrid Rain is one of those ultra smooth sax albums that you try your darndest to resist even as it sucks you in by your lapels and gets your brain humming from the first listen. Logic says it's too infectious, too melodically simple and not adventurous enough despite some cool atmospheric percussion effects to be any sort of jazz, even if it's contemporary. And yet, those mouthwatering melodies, combined with a spirited mix of wild tenor funk and skydiving soprano, makes this an affair to remember. The hook about these great hooks is that Camp didn't just pop onto the scene out of nowhere. He's seasoned his chops these past years backing up mellow monsters like vocalist Al Stewart and here he is again Peter White, who co-writes and plays on a handful of the best tracks. As a writer, Camp is already top-notch. Playing wise, it may take him another disc or two to be fully identifiable from the first radio strains, but his equal affinity for both horns and flute will no doubt work in his favor. Right in the pocket, this is the kind of stuff genre critics gnash their teeth over as contempo fans rock steady into that passionate good night.
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  • Release Date: 5/2/2006
  • Label: Cd Baby
  • UPC: 031397202029
  • Catalog Number: 5637267694

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Dave Camp Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Flute, Percussion, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Primary Artist
Peter White Guitar, Keyboards
Kiki Ebsen Vocals
Robert Alpert Piano
Lee Ann Harris Percussion
John Mahon Percussion, Drums
Tom McCauley Bass
John Menzano Bass
Dick Winzeler Keyboards
Dave Recker Guitar
Ric Brown Flugelhorn, Muted Trumpet
Technical Credits
Peter White Arranger, Programming, Engineer
Skipper Wise Producer
Dave Camp Arranger, Programming, Engineer
John Mahon Arranger, Programming
Tom McCauley Engineer
Dick Winzeler Arranger, Programming
Ramón Bretón Mastering
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