Stanley Clarke & George Duke – The Clarke/Duke Project

Stanley Clarke and George Duke,two musical titans who’d
worked together for years finaly get around to doing a duo album,
namely one that emphasises the funk that both artist’s regular
releases tended to skim over and considering funk is both artists
best asset,that’s a wonderful thing.the big pop hit “Sweet Baby”
is a decent FM ballad but is not representative of this album
as a whole.The slick,uptempo R&B of “I Just Want To Love You”,
the quirky cover of Richard Berry’s infamous “Louie,Louie” and
Dukes “Finding My Way”,a catchy pop-rock number are obvious
highlites-the latter being among Duke’s Top 5 all-time best
compositions.But it’s in the slamming funk splatters of the
rousing instrumental opener “Wild Dogs” and the vocal numbers
“Winners” and “Let’s Get Started” where this collection finds it’s full flower.”Touch And Go” is a slightly more R&B-sy ballad then “Sweet Baby” while the brief intro “Never Judge A Cover By
It’s Book” (clever tital,George!) deserves to have been drawn out
a bit longer.A veritable collosus!

Album: Stanley Clarke & George Duke – The Clarke/Duke Project

Artista: Stanley Clarke & George Duke

Album: The Clarke/Duke Project

Ano de Lançamento: 1981

Sêlo: Epic

Gravadora: CBS


01 Wild Dog

02 Louie Louie

03 Sweet Baby

04 I Just Want To Love You

05 Never Judge A Cover By Its Book

06 Let’s Get Started

07 Winners

08 Touch And Go

09 Finding My Way

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