George Duke - From Me To You FLAC album
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From Me to You is the tenth studio album by American keyboardist and record producer George Duke. It was released in 1977 through Epic Records, making it his debut release for the label. Recording sessions for the album took place at Paramount Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California.
The album that marked this change of direction was From Me to You, which was the first of two R&B-oriented releases that Epic put out for the artist in 1977 - the second was the superb Reach for It. This LP contains a few noteworthy fusion instrumentals, including the driving "Up on It" and the contemplative "Seasons. But From Me to You is an R&B album more than anything, and Duke lets the funk prevail on vocal-oriented tracks like "Sing It" and "Carry On" (which he revisited when he produced Flora Purim's Carry On LP in 1979).
More albums from George Duke: Feel by George Duke. Dream On by George Duke. In A Mellow Tone by George Duke. Is Love Enough? by George Duke. Master Of The Game by George Duke. Faces In Reflection by George Duke. A Brazilian Love Affair by George Duke. Rendezvous by George Duke. 2. Carry On. 3. What Do They Really Fear?. 5. You And Me. 6. Broken Dreams.
George Duke - Original Album Classics /George Duke - 1977 - From Me To You/Artwork/back. George Duke - Original Album Classics /George Duke - 1977 - From Me To You/Artwork/front. George Duke - Original Album Classics /George Duke - 1977 - From Me To You/03 - What Do They Really Fear. George Duke - Original Album Classics /George Duke - 1977 - From Me To You/06 - Broken Dreams.
George Duke was never a myopic jazz purist - the roducer/composer always had a healthy appreciation of soul, funk, and rock. Nonetheless, instrumental jazz was his main focus prior to 1977. It was in 1977 that Duke placed jazz on the back burner and made vocal-oriented R&B his top priority