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Smooth jazz supergroup Fourplay bring more laid-back pop tunes and lite jams to the group's eighth studio album, Journey. There aren't many surprises here for anyone familiar with the genre. However, pianist Bob James is a brilliant composer and tasteful improviser, and he raises the bar here on tracks like the intricate "From Day One" and the atmospheric "Departure." Similarly, drummer Harvey Mason's Brazilian jazz-inflected "Rozil" stands out, as does bassist/vocalist Nathan East's title track, which calls to mind guitarist Eric Clapton's acoustic work. This is a pleasant album that should appeal to longtime fans.
Performance CreditsFourplay Primary Artist
Larry Carlton Guitar,Group Member
Bob James Keyboards,Group Member
Nathan East Bass,Bass Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Harvey Mason Percussion,Drums,Vibes,Group Member
Billiken Johnson Vocals,Shaker
Cody Cassiero DJ
Technical CreditsSting Composer
Larry Carlton Composer
Bob James Cover Painting
Marcel East Engineer
Nathan East Composer
Ken Freeman Engineer
David Kuhn House Sound
Harvey Mason Composer,drum sequencing
Don Murray Engineer
Richard Thomas Jennings Art Direction
Keiko Takeda Monitor Mixer
Bob James Composer