segunda-feira, 14 de novembro de 2016

Emily Remler | This Is Me

AllMusic Review by 

Emily Remler's first -- and tragically, her last -- excursion into electric jazz-pop indicates that she could have become a strong force in that area had she not died. Though Remler's Concord recordings earned her a great deal of respect in hard bop circles, she felt limited creatively and was quite anxious to experiment in the electric realm. On her final session, This Is Me, the guitarist incorporates pop and rock elements on her own terms -- maintaining her musical integrity and avoiding radio-oriented smooth jazz drivel altogether. What remains constant is the warm and lyrical nature of her playing. While the influence ofWes Montgomery and Herb Ellis remains, some of these pieces indicate that she was paying close attention to Pat Metheny.

Acoustic Guitar – Romero Lubambo
Bass – Jimmy Johnson (5), Lincoln Goines
Drums – Daduka Fonseca*, Jeff Porcaro, Ricky Sebastian
Guitar, Synthesizer [Guitar] – Emily Remler
Keyboards – David Benoit
Keyboards, Piano – Aydin Esen*
Percussion – Cafe, Jeffrey Weber, Luis Conte
Percussion, Trombone – Jay Ashby
Photography By – Marc Norberg
Piano – Bill O'Connell
Producer – Jeffrey Weber
Recorded By – Clark Germain, Paul Wickliffe
Vocals – Maúcha Adnet

1 Deep In A Trance 00:00
2 Majestic Dance 05:57
3 "E" Samba 10:39
4 Love Colors 16:56
5 Dark Passage 21:48
6 You Know What I'm Saying 26:35
7 Song For Maggie 31:29
8 Around The Bend 37:08
9 Carenia 42:21
10 Simplicidaje 48:41
11 Second Childhood 53:36


Label: Justice Records (2) ‎– JR# 0501-2

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