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Brian Bromberg - Jaco (2002) {A440}  

Posted by tiburon at July 5, 2015
Brian Bromberg - Jaco (2002) {A440}

Brian Bromberg - Jaco (2002) {A440}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 200dpi | 374MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion, Post-Bop, Jazz-Funk

This is a logical tribute album from one great bassist (Brian Bromberg) to another (Jaco Pastorius). The front of the CD purposely resembles Pastorius' debut recording and the program features six Pastorius songs (including two versions apiece of "Come on, Come Over" and "Teen Town"), Joe Zawinul's "A Remark You Made," the R&B standard "The Chicken," and Bromberg's "Tears." A master at tapping his bass and equally skilled on electric and acoustic basses, Bromberg also has the ability to sound a bit like Pastorius when he wants. This excellent tribute set uses different personnel and instrumentations on each selection and shows off the many sides of Pastorius, both as a bassist and as a composer.

Brian Bromberg - Choices (2004) {A440}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 6, 2016
Brian Bromberg - Choices (2004) {A440}

Brian Bromberg - Choices (2004) {A440}
EAC 0.95b4 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 498MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 205MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz-Funk, Fusion

In his career, Brian Bromberg has recorded bop, fusion, and smooth with equal fluency and creativity on acoustic and electric basses. Choices is somewhat commercial, with funky rhythms, R&B-ish solos, and fade-outs. In general, the solos are more memorable than Bromberg's originals and grooves. While the material is mostly routine, the improvisations of Bromberg and altoist Eric Marienthal are excellent and the musicianship is impressive. But no real surprises occur, making this a lesser and generally easy listening effort by the hugely talented Brian Bromberg.

Brian Bromberg - Full Circle (2016)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 30, 2016
Brian Bromberg - Full Circle (2016)

Brian Bromberg - Full Circle (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 482 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 122 Mb | Time: 01:13:06
Genre: Contemporary Jazz, Post-Bop | Label: Artistry Music | # ART7047

World-renowned acoustic and electric bassist Brian Bromberg hasn’t released an album in the U.S. since 2012, a fact that might not have been cause for concern if you know that at one point he released three albums in one year. Every man deserves a break. However, once you realize that this chameleon with over 20 projects in his catalog recently had reason to believe that he might never play music again, you understand the gravity of his latest acoustic jazz project, Full Circle - one he says may well be “the most important record of my career.” Like all of his work, Bromberg’s latest features a stellar cast that includes trumpeter Arturo Sandoval, saxophonists Bob Sheppard, Kirk Whalum and Doug Webb, pianists Randy Waldman,Mitch Forman and Otmaro Ruiz, and percussionist Alex Acuña. The project also finds ‘the man that refuses to sit still’ mixing styles from New Orleans funk and a legit jazz cover of Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop `Til You Get Enough” to Cubop - with a sizzling relentless swing throughout.

Brian Bromberg - Wood (2002) {King Record}  

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 20, 2015
Brian Bromberg - Wood (2002) {King Record}

Brian Bromberg - Wood (2002) {King Record}
EAC 1.1 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Scans 300dpi | 276MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 123MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion, Hard Bop, Post-Bop

Wood is Brian Bromberg's debut for the A440 Music Group, and it is a very strong example of his extraordinary straight-ahead jazz skills as presented in three exciting formats. In addition to the six tracks he performs in a trio setting with drummer David Bromberg and pianist Randy Waldman, Brian Bromberg duets with Waldman on the inimitable "Days of Wine and Roses" and the beautiful tribute "Goodbye (For My Father)," which was previously released on You Know That Feeling. Two amazing solo performances – "Come Together" and "Star Spangled Banner" – add further credence to Bromberg's technical and creative virtuosity as one of the premier jazz bassists of his generation.

Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)  

Posted by tiburon at June 7, 2012
Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)

Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Digital Booklet (PDF) | 470MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Post-Bop

Compared To That is that musical happy place somewhere between contemporary/modern jazz but with an old school sensibility. Bromberg is not reinventing the musical wheel. What Brian Bromberg does so incredibly well here is expand his sound and push the music forward. Guest artists include such diverse talents as Jeff Lorber, Bela Fleck and Randy Brecker combined with a deceptively subtle swing of a walking bass line punctuated with attitude so if this release doesn't make your musical back leg shake you may want to see if your autopsy report is ready.

Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)  

Posted by mark70 at June 6, 2012
Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)

Brian Bromberg - Compared To That (2012)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 70:55 min | 157 MB
Genre: Jazz, Fusion | Label: Mack Avenue Records

Brian Bromberg - the man of a thousand basses - is joined by a host of top-draw friends on what is arguably his most jazzy set since the Grammy-nominated 'Downright Upright'. Featured guests include Alex Acuña, Randy Brecker, Vinnie Colaiuta, George Duke, Bela Fleck, Larry Goldings and Jeff Lorber. "Surround yourself with excellence and you'll get excellence," Bromberg declares. "Compared to That is a jazz record. It's live and you hear that energy. It's the mentality, spirit and artistry of a spontaneous jazz record meets the highly produced production of a big pop record like David Foster would make…

Brian Bromberg - Bassically Speaking (1990)  

Posted by stfine at Aug. 9, 2010
Brian Bromberg - Bassically Speaking (1990)

Brian Bromberg - Bassically Speaking (1990)
APE image + cue + log + some lq scans | 00:51:54 | 334 MB (+3%)
Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz | Label: Nova Records, #NOVA 9031-2

Nova Records in the early '90s had the great distinction of having two of the world's most stunning young bass players on their roster: Byron Miller and Brian Bromberg. Bromberg, whose virtuosic mix of funk and mainstream influences have earned him comparisons to Stanley Clarke, has found a magical way to ease his brilliant chops on nine different basses into a very commercial setting. His latest, BASSically Speaking, shows him all aces not only as a consummate player, but as a producer, arranger, and composer as well. Mellow fare like "Take a Walk in the Park With Me" offsets the more up-tempo numbers, and you've never heard "My Funny Valentine" played with this much vigor. Complemented by the likes of Freddie Hubbard and the late flutist Joe Farrell, Bromberg has arrived as the first bassman of contemporary jazz's future.

Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002) [lossless]  Music

Posted by stfine at March 4, 2010
Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002) [lossless]

Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002) [lossless]
Jazz Fusion, Instrumental | APE image + cue + log | artwork 300 dpi | 333 MB
Label: King

This CD's cover photo of acoustic and electric bassist Brian Bromberg is styled exactly like that of legendary bass player Jaco Pastorius's first solo recording from 1976. For Bromberg, who played with Stan Getz, Horace Silver, and Lee Ritenour, the magical and mercurial Pastorius was to the electric bass what Jimi Hendrix was to the guitar. On this tribute, with keyboardist Jeff Lorber, saxophonists Bob Mintzer and Eric Marienthal, and percussionist and (ex-Jaco bandmate) Alex Acuna, Bromberg extends and elaborates on Pastorius's unique blend of jazz fusion, world, and soul influences.

Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002)  Music

Posted by edi67 at Dec. 8, 2006
Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002)

Brian Bromberg - Portrait of Jaco (2002)
Year: 2002 | Genre: Jazz | Quality: CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 120 Mb

Akira Jimbo, Brian Bromberg - Brombo I.  Music

Posted by fontibre at Oct. 2, 2006
Akira Jimbo, Brian Bromberg - Brombo I.

Akira Jimbo, Brian Bromberg - Brombo I.
Jazz | MP3 | 69,77MB | 192 Kbps


You thought Marcus Miller and Jaco and Stanley Clark were funky? They are indeed but they don't play the double bass. Brian Bromberg displays absolute chops that Charles Mingus would have wanted. Akira Jimbo as usual with his unbelievable groove keeps the whole album going and Otomaro Ruiz is one hell of a pianist.