Whiplash - Earl Klugh And Bob James - Two Of A Kind (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Liberty - K28P-6200 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk
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BGO's three-fer combines three albums smooth jazz guitarist Earl Klugh recorded in the early '80s for EMI-affiliated albums: 's Blue Note LP Late Night Guitar, the Bob James duet Two of a Kind, which appeared on Manhattan Records, and 's Nightsongs, which appeared on ansumgillboughketcheselldowntenmasidcca.co of these records has a slow, low-key pace although each has their own flavor.
Dec 09, · An intriguing album and possibly the best, most polished of the James/Klugh collaborations, though that isn't saying much. Side one is more solid. The first two tracks are upbeat jazzy pop numbers with undercurrents of late disco/5(86).
Earl Klugh & Bob James Capitol Capitol (label) Jazz (CD, LP) A classic pairing of the guitar of Earl Klugh and the keyboards of Bob James – and a set that really makes some great steps forward out of a blend of the acoustic and electric sounds from each player!Brand: Capitol (Label).
Two of a Kind, an Album by Earl Klugh and Bob James. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. SMAS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Smooth Jazz.
You know when you put two performers of the caliber of Bob James and Earl Klugh together, the results are going to be good (if you like smooth jazz, that is). Like their later collaboration, Two of a Kind, it's a great record to chill out to. Probably my favorite track is Love Lips, which was well sampled by Mr. Lif on the track Ol' Crew.
This is arguably Bob James' & Earl Klugh's best album. Together they are better here than they were separately. The music makes a balanced exchange between James' keyboards & Klugh's guitar. It is their complementary playing where neither dominates -- neither here is in the shadow of the other.5/5(2).
Keyboardist Bob James and acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh struck gold with this session, recently reissued on CD. The formula hasn't changed much in succeeding years. Both Klugh and James are capable musicians; they demonstrated on this collection of light, innocuous melodies and occasionally interesting backbeats a high degree of professionalism.