Best of Jeff Lorber

Chuck Loeb, Everette Harp, Jeff Lorber - More Serious Business (2016) {Shanachie}

Chuck Loeb, Everette Harp, Jeff Lorber - More Serious Business (2016) {Shanachie}
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Genre: Jazz Funk

After spending time on the road after the release of their self-titled debut Jazz Funk Soul, the superstar trio of Jeff Lorber, Chuck Loeb and Everette Harp booked more studio time, with the goal of capturing their dynamic onstage energy and flow on a follow-up release. The brilliant result may be called MORE SERIOUS BUSINESS, but these legends also have a blast, let loose and jam. Combine Harp’s soaring sax, Loeb’s brilliant inventive guitar and Lorber’s super funky piano, and the result is serious fun – percussive and punchy one minute, sweet and sensual the next. Combined, the three have amassed an incredible 50-plus #1 Smooth Jazz radio hits, including two from their debut as Jazz Funk Soul. There are sure to be a bunch more now that they’re getting down to MORE SERIOUS BUSINESS.

The Jeff Healey Band - The Very Best Of (1998) [2003, Reissue]  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 18, 2015
The Jeff Healey Band - The Very Best Of (1998) [2003, Reissue]

The Jeff Healey Band - The Very Best Of (1998/2003)
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Blues Rock, Hard Rock | BMG UK & Ireland/Camden #82876533382

Australian compilation featuring over 65 minutes of the genius Blues/Rock guitarist's finest moments. Contains cuts from all four of his albums for Arista. 16 tracks total, including Healey's unique interpretations of Led Zeppelin's 'Communication Breakdown' and George Harrison's 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps', alongside his original classic 'See The Light'…

Jeff Lorber - Worth Waiting For (1993) {Verve}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 24, 2018
Jeff Lorber - Worth Waiting For (1993) {Verve}

Jeff Lorber - Worth Waiting For (1993) {Verve}
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Genre: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Smooth Jazz

After a seven year layoff, feisty veteran funkmaster Lorber steps out from the producer's chair with a fun filled all star project. The keyboardist, best known for his fusion years, has been far from idle during that time, producing for pop jazz sax gods Kenny G and Eric Marienthal, and mixing for U2 and Paula Abdul. His latest lives up to its title…though not resoundingly so. As he did with Marienthal's brilliant Oasis, Lorber divides his keyboard time between punchy, soulful rhythms and mellifluous textures that pour on the romance. Easygoing exercises like "Yellowstone" and the Latin tinged "Punta Del Soul" inspire a cool charm, but it's danceable cookers like "High Wire" and "Jazzery" that keep the disc spiraling

Jeff Lorber - Wizard Island (1980) {Arista}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 22, 2017
Jeff Lorber - Wizard Island (1980) {Arista}

Jeff Lorber - Wizard Island (1980) {Arista}
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Genre: Fusion, Jazz-Funk

Released in 1980, Wizard Island is the fourth album by keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band "The Jeff Lorber Fusion". The album was Lorber's first to reach number one on the US Jazz Album chart.

Jeff Lorber - Soft Space (1978) {WOU}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 22, 2017
Jeff Lorber - Soft Space (1978) {WOU}

Jeff Lorber - Soft Space (1978) {WOU}
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Genre: Fusion, Jazz-Funk

Soft Space is the second album by Keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band The Jeff Lorber Fusion. Released in 1978, this album featured special guest artists, Chick Corea and Joe Farrell. This was the group's last effort for Inner City Records before moving on to Arista Records the following year.

Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 22, 2017
Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}

Jeff Lorber - The Jeff Lorber Fusion (1977) {WOU}
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Genre: Fusion, Smooth Jazz

The Jeff Lorber Fusion is the debut album by keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band "The Jeff Lorber Fusion". Instrumental light jazz set that introduced Lorber as a leader and also featured contributions from a then unknown vocalist who went on to achieve Urban Contemporary success in her own right–Karyn White.

Mano Negra - Best Of Mano Negra (1998)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 24, 2018
Mano Negra - Best Of Mano Negra (1998)

Mano Negra - Best Of Mano Negra (1998)
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Label: Virgin | # 7243 8 46684 2 6 | Time: 01:05:49
World Fusion, French Rock, Rock en Español, Alternative Latin, Ethno-Punk

Best of Mano Negra is a compilation album by Mano Negra, released in 1998. It included their greatest hits from 1988 to 1994. Mano Negra (complete Spanish name: La Mano Negra, sometimes nicknamed La Mano in France) was a music group active from 1987 to 1995 and fronted by Manu Chao. The group was founded in Paris by Chao, his brother (Antoine) and cousin (Santiago), all born of Spanish parents with partly Cuban roots. Their songs were mostly in Spanish, English and French, often switching from one language to the other in the same song or in the middle of a sentence or title (e.g. "Puta's Fever"). They also had a hit song in Arabic. They are considered pioneers of world fusion. Mano Negra incorporated an impressive array of musical styles: punk rock, flamenco, ska, salsa, French chanson, hip hop, raï, rockabilly, reggae and African rhythms.

Fancy - 30 Years: The New Best Of Fancy (2018)  Music

Posted by popsakov at May 24, 2018
Fancy - 30 Years: The New Best Of Fancy (2018)

Fancy - 30 Years: The New Best Of Fancy (2018)
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Euro-Disco, Euro-Dance | Sony Music / Jupiter Records #19075819432

Fancy (real name Manfred Alois Segieth) is a German Italo disco singer who was popular in the mid to late 1980s. The Spanish-German producer, hit-songwriter and pop singer, starts a successful international career in 1984 with the production sung by him, the worldwide disco classic hit "Slice Me Nice", makes it with his second hit "Chinese Eyes" onto 2nd place of the US Billboard Dance Charts and is in the Top 10 on the USA Billboard for 1985 with "Chinese Eyes" and "Come Inside".Fancy had a number 1 in Spain with "Bolero" and, for instance, from the mid 80s in Germany with 9 of his singles - in a row - he landed in the Top 10 or Top 20 in the Media ControlSingles charts. His biggest hit "Flames Of Love" has been heard worldwide since 1988.
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Best Of B.T.O. (1976) SRM-1-1101 – 1st US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - NEW 2018 RIP!

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Best Of B.T.O.
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 800mb & 200mb
Label: Label: Mercury/SRM-1-1101 | Release: 1976 | Genre: Classic-Rock

Having never made a completely satisfactory album, in part because many of their songs sound somewhat similar, this short but sweet 9-track “best-of” culls the most essential songs from the band’s first five studio albums and neatly sums up a damn good singles band.

Moon Martin - The Very Best Of Moon Martin (1999)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 23, 2018
Moon Martin - The Very Best Of Moon Martin (1999)

Moon Martin - The Very Best Of Moon Martin (1999)
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Rock, Pop Rock, Power Pop, New Wave | Label: Capitol/EMI Svenska AB | # 7243 522341 2 7

One of the more curious characters of the new wave movement, singer/guitarist/songwriter Moon Martin issued several critically acclaimed yet commercially underappreciated releases from the late '70s through the early '80s, before reappearing in the mid-'90s.