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This CD was the debut for Fourplay, a popular quartet comprised of keyboardist Bob James, guitarist Lee Ritenour, bassist Nathan East, and drummer Harvey Mason. The music sounds more or less like a Bob James small-group date with Ritenour as a major soloist. The style is between jazz, R&B, and pop with an emphasis on lightweight originals, soulful and moderately funky rhythms, and predictable radio-friendly music. Nothing unexpected occurs, but fans of James and Ritenour should enjoy both this CD and Fourplay in general.

  1. Stanley Dorfman

    Director

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  1. Bob James

    keyboards

  2. Lee Ritenour

    Lee Ritenour

    guitar

  3. Harvey Mason

    drums

  4. Chaka Khan

    Chaka Khan

    vocal

  5. Phillip Bailey

    vocal

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An Evening Of Fourplay
An Evening Of Fourplay

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  • December 14, 1993
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Original Language Italian

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