Jeff Berlin | In Harmony's Way

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Jazz: Big Band Jazz: Jazz Fusion Moods: Featuring Bass
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In Harmony's Way

by Jeff Berlin

Jazz with hot sauce, hot bass and brass section
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. This Is Your Brain On Jazz
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2. Runaway Train
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3. Emeril Kicks It Up
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4. Everybody Knows You When You're Up & In
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5. Heart of a Child
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6. Leibman On a Jetplane
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7. Pale Glider
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8. Reggae Ricardo
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9. A Place of Know
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Album Notes
Berlin invited legendary players Gary Burton on vibes, David Liebman on saxophone and Mike Stern on guitar to join with drummer Danny Gottlieb and pianist Richard Drexler. This CD is SMOKING, filled with Berlin's compositions and his usual one-of-a-kind bass playing. A must-listen-to project.


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Ron Mauder

Jeff great stuff

Pavlo Hrytsak

Wanted this album ever since it came out. Just finally got it. It\'s got me bouncing off the walls!!


Great matchup!
Wow - Jeff Berlin is incredible and it's great to hear him with these guys! Score!

Mark D

still smoking after all these years
Just wanted to write that even 12 years later, this is simply one of the hottest sets of electric jazz I've ever heard. The energy these masterful musicians pour in is awesome. And, of course, nobody can actually play bass like Jeff Berlin, who I've listened to since the early Bruford days.

rob reynolds