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9 thoughts on “ Her Eyes, Her Heart - Brian Bromberg - Brian Bromberg (CD, Album)

  1. Brian Bromberg is an acclaimed American jazz musician who played drums as a child until he settled on the bass in acoustic and electric forms as well as the piccolo bass. Known for playing smooth jazz utilising the tapping technique developed by Stanley Jordan, he has recorded renditions of rock and pop songs including the album 'Bromberg Plays Hendrix' which reached number 17 on the Billboard.
  2. Compact disc. Performer(s): Brian Bromberg, bass guitar, string bass, programming ; with additional musicians. Description: 1 audio disc: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Summer afternoon --My brother --Bass face --Her eyes, her heart --Tunnel vision (for Miles) --I'll be around this time --Intimadagé --Yo!
  3. Brian Bromberg is a bass player whose career bridges straightahead jazz and fusion. His new album, Plays Jimi Hendrix, will be released on September 18, the 50th anniversary of Hendrix’s passing.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Brian Bromberg - Brian Bromberg at Discogs. Complete your Brian Bromberg collection.
  5. KEXP DJ Troy Nelson says "The first album asked for your attention, this one demands it". Following a theme of the life, death and rebirth, this album is a more personal statement then their first. With only 2 outside compositions, it makes for a more focused, and direct album.
  6. Brian brought out no less than eleven basses to record this CD. He handpicked each one for the specific voice he wanted to have on each song. Rapid fire slapping, clear and precise solo licks and a very prominent bass presence in the mix are just some of the qualities I enjoyed the most.
  7. On his self-titled album for Nova, bassist Brian Bromberg employs a who's who of smooth jazz and fusion talent for a varied outing that runs the gamut. Kenny Rankin appears on the vocal version of the hit "Her Eyes, Her Heart," -- its instrumental is also included -- while guitarist Lee Ritenour, keyboard and programming whiz Jeff Lorber, and Kirk Whalum trade places with the likes of jazz.
  8. Brian Bromberg employs a who's who of smooth jazz and fusion talent for a varied outing that runs the gamut. Kenny Rankin appears on the vocal version of the hit "Her Eyes, Her Heart," -- its instrumental is also included -- while guitarist Lee Ritenour, keyboard and programming whiz Jeff Lorber, and Kirk Whalum trade places with the likes of jazz harmonica boss Toots Thielemans and saxophone.

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