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Comme Ci Comme Ca

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Download links and information about Comme Ci Comme Ca by Fred Wesley. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 49:39 minutes.

Artist: Fred Wesley
Release date: 1991
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk
Tracks: 9
Duration: 49:39
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Smile Stacey (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 6:12
2. Love in L.A. (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 5:19
3. On Green Dolphin Street (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 7:19
4. Comme Ci, Comme Ca (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 5:46
5. Love Child (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 4:56
6. Just Like That (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen) 4:15
7. This One Is for You (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen, Anthony Cox) 5:29
8. Moose the Mooche (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen, Anthony Cox) 4:14
9. Prayer (featuring Rodney Jones, Maceo Parker, Karl Denson, Bill Stewart, Hugh Ragin, Peter Madsen, Anthony Cox) 6:09

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Trombonist Fred Wesley has spent much of his career either in the R&B groups of James Brown or Brown's sidemen but he has long been a closet bebopper. This CD offers several fine examples of Wesley's J.J. Johnson-inpsired style. Using a superior group of associates (including altoist Maceo Parker, Karl Denson on tenor and trumpeter Hugh Ragin), Wesley is quite unselfish in delegating solo space. The selections (originals plus "On Green Dolphin Street" and "Moose the Mooche") all fall into the hard bop realm; Teresa Carroll chips in a couple of decent vocals. In general the music is consistently predictable and safe but enjoyable, one of Fred Wesley's better dates as a leader.