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Look Into Her Eyes - George Duke - Three Originals (CD)

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  1. Jan 01,  · Check out Look Into Her Eyes by George Duke on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on resdafopportpensatucatimysonti.coinfo
  2. Bass – Tom Fowler Drums – Leon 'Ndugu' Chancler* Guitar – Lee Ritenour Keyboards – George Duke: Look Into Her Eyes Bass – Byron Miller Drums – Leon 'Ndugu' Chancler* Guitar – George Johnson Keyboards, Vocals – George Duke Percussion – /5(9).
  3. The list of heavyweights who join George Duke on 's I Love the Blues: She Heard My Cry is impressive -- some of the participants include Johnny "Guitar" Watson, singer Flora Purim, percussionist Airto Moreira, guitarist Lee Ritenour, drummer Leon "Ndugu" Chancler, and guitarist George Johnson (of Brothers Johnson fame). With such a cast, one would expect this LP to be outstanding.
  4. Compare to similar U.S. version George Duke - I Love The Blues, She Heard My Cry Publishing Companies: Carlin Music [A1, A2, A4, A6 to B4] Hey Skimo [A3] Three Leg [A5] This album is dedicated to the memory of the late Julian "Cannonball" Adderley.
  5. George Duke MPS MPS (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Soul (CD, LP) One of George Duke's best albums for the MPS label – and a set that has a sound that's a little bit more soul than before! The album uses a fair bit of vocals alongside Duke's funky keyboards – but in a way that's not nearly as smooth as some of his albums for Epic, and which still.
  6. Release Details. Artist: George Duke Album: Three Originals Year: Label: Polygram. Length: 60 min 25 sec. Subgenres. Jazz Fusion. Record Quality. Bitrate:
  7. Listen to your favorite songs from 3 Originals by George Duke Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. CLARKE/DUKE 3 PROJECT () While this CD didn't have the vibe of our first record together, it was vastly superior to the second CD. There was a lot of raw energy coupled with orchestration finesse. That's what Clarke/Duke is about - sweet and sour!! The year was

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