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Look Who's Here

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Download links and information about Look Who's Here by Russell Malone. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 58:04 minutes.

Artist: Russell Malone
Release date: 2000
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Tracks: 10
Duration: 58:04
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Angle 5:52
2. Look Who's Here 6:01
3. Alfie 6:53
4. The Odd Couple 7:03
5. Soulful Kisses 7:44
6. Get out of Town 7:26
7. You Will Know 3:47
8. The Heather on the Hill 3:14
9. An Affair to Remember 5:56
10. Be Careful, It's My Heart 4:08

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A Wes Montgomery for the new millennium, this flashy yet honest hollow body guitarist captures all the exuberance and intimacy of the legend in the '60s, but with a certain modern attitude that makes this contemporary rather than just retro jazz. He and his quartet (pianist Anthony Wonsey, bassist Richie Goods, drummer Byron Landham) swing hard and high on the staccato punches of "The Angle," then smooth out just a bit for the heavy swaying blues of "Look Who's Here" (both Malone Originals). Malone has an amazing chemistry with Wonsey in particular, as their unique call and response, melody and harmony interplay on an upbeat twist on "The Odd Couple" makes abundantly clear. The best kinds of jazz albums feature a healthy mix of hard grooving jam sessions with plenty of improvisation, along with a few more intimate treasures. While there's a tender intimacy between guitar and steady percussion on Stevie Wonder's romantic "You Will Know," Malone's gentlest graces are saved for the sweet and wistful turn on Lerner and Loewe's "The Heather on the Hill." Before long, however, he's moving to the up groover category on "An Affair to Remember," which finds a happy medium between the exciting madness of the first few tracks and the eloquence of the ballads. With capable young lions like Malone on the scene, traditional jazz will stay healthy through the first years of the new century.