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Colaiuta/Ford/Haslip

"Jing Chi"

The Story
"Jing Chi" is a collaboration between renowned guitarist Robben Ford, drummer Vinnie Colaiuta (Sting, Frank Zappa, Steely Dan) and bassist Jimmy Haslip (Yellow Jackets, Tommy Bolin, Steely Dan) with special guest appearances by Brian Auger and Steve Tavaglione. "Jing Chi" brings to mind the essence of classic power trios such as Cream crossed with the adventurous sophistication of The Tony Williams Lifetime, yet leaves room for each player's phenomenal soloing abilities. However, this record is more than a vehicle for fantastic soloing as the compositions are important, well-arranged pieces of music that exhibit a synergy rarely heard in today's music. Two of the pieces have vocals, Ford singing on "Going Nowhere", and Haslip providing space vocals on "In My Dream".

The Music
08:07 The Hong Kong Incident Instrumental
05:26 Stan Key Instrumental
09:48 Tengoku Instrumental
05:02 Crazy House Instrumental
06:16 Going Nowhere Vocal
07:26 Go Figure Instrumental
08:50 Man In The Ring Instrumental
05:31 In My Dream Vocal
07:55 Train Song Instrumental
04:25 Aurora Instrumental

The Artists
Robben Ford  -  Guitar, Vocals on "Going Nowhere"
Jimmy Haslip  -  Bass, Keyboards, Vocals on "In My Dreams", Production
Vinnie Colaiuta  -  Drums, Programming
Brian Auger  -  Organ on "Man In The Ring"
Dan Morris  -  Tabla on "Going Nowhere"
Steve Tavaglione  -  E.W.I. Wind Synthesizer, Synth Programming, Additional Keyboard Performances, Computer Programming
Rich Breen  -  Engineering, Mixing
Eric Miller  -  Engineering Assistance
Seth Presant  -  Engineering Assistance
William Hames  -  Photography
Dave Stephens  -  Cover Art, Package Design


Recorded at Bay 7 and G Studio.


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