Download links and information about Tiger Walk by Robben Ford. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz, Rock, Blues Rock, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 49:36 minutes.
|Genre:||Blues, Jazz, Rock, Blues Rock, Pop|
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|1.||In the Beginning||5:13|
|4.||Red Lady With Cello||5:00|
|6.||Just Like It Is||3:07|
|7.||I Can't Stand the Rain||3:31|
The first thing that comes to mind when listening to Tiger Walk is the pair of instrumental albums recorded by Jeff Beck in the mid-'70s, Blow by Blow and Wired. Like those two recordings, this outing showcases a fiery, inventive electric guitarist in a rock and jazz-rock setting. Robben Ford, known in recent years for his blues work with his band, the Blue Line, eschews vocals here, teaming up with keyboard funk master Bernie Worrell for some chunky, funky, wah-wah-laden grooves. This music, led by Ford's blazing guitar lines, is more appropriately categorized as instrumental rock than jazz, but the rhythms recall James Brown and Worrell's alma mater, the P-Funk gang, as often as they do those of a hard rock band. Tenor saxophonist Bob Malach turns in a couple of solid solos, and the rhythm section of drummer Steve Jordan and bassist Charlie Drayton cooks throughout.