Sunday, 23 November 2008


Personnel: Bob James (keyboards); Ila Schloss, Hilary James (vocals); Andy Snitzer (alto saxophone); Michael Brecker (saxophone, EWI, digeridoo); Michael Colina (synthesizer); Jeff Miranov, Nick Moroch, Dean Brown, Fareed Haque (guitar); Ron Carter (acoustic & electric bass); Max Risenhoover (bass, synthesizer, drums, percussion); Nathan East, Pino Palladino (bass); Harvey Mason, Steve Ferrone (drums); Lisa Fischer, Fonzi Thornton, Tawatha Agee, Luther Vandross (background vocals). Producers: Max Risenhoover, Ray Bardani, Michael Colina. Engineers include: Ken Freeman, Max Risenhoover, Bill Schnee. This appropriately titled album reflects Bob James' mood in 1994, and offers a little bit of everything for fans. For those that crave the Bob James of the '70s, there is the track "Animal Dreams." James explores big band jazz with "Into the Light." His daughter, Hillary, lends her youthful vocal talent on the ballad "Storm Warning" and joins Lisa Fischer in backing up Luther Vandross on "Under Me." Other tracks such as "Lotus Leaves," "Back to Bali," and "Restless" cater to the contemporary jazz lover, with the title cut being the most pop track on the album. James is joined by a who's who in the jazz world including Nathan East, Michael Brecker, saxophonist Andy Snitzer, Ron Carter, Fareed Haque and Harvey Mason

1994 Restless



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