2013 release, the 15th album from the Smooth Jazz guitarist. Produced and engineered by Yandall (who also writes 11 of the 14 tracks), this is very much his own project and a resounding showcase for his art. Yandall's music is typified by an easy grooving San Diego vibe that is consistently to die for. Despite a mellow introduction, 'It's Time' quickly takes on something of a Steely Dan attitude and, talking of Steely Dan, Patrick takes time out for a sumptuous reimagining of the band's 'Josie.' One of only three covers it is in the good company of a handsome take on the timeless 'Human Nature' and an immaculate rendition of Larry Carlton's 'Room 335' from his 1977 self-titled debut.
2013 release, the 15th album from the Smooth Jazz guitarist. Produced and engineered by Yandall (who also writes 11 of the 14 tracks), this is very much his own project and a resounding showcase for his art. Yandall's music is typified by an easy grooving San Diego vibe that is consistently to die for. Despite a mellow introduction, 'It's Time' quickly takes on something of a Steely Dan attitude and, talking of Steely Dan, Patrick takes time out for a sumptuous reimagining of the band's 'Josie.' One of only three covers it is in the good company of a handsome take on the timeless 'Human Nature' and an immaculate rendition of Larry Carlton's 'Room 335' from his 1977 self-titled debut.
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Format: CD
Label: IRVS
Catalog: 802
Rel. Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 823118999932

Soul Grind
Artist: Patrick Yandall
Format: CD
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2013 release, the 15th album from the Smooth Jazz guitarist. Produced and engineered by Yandall (who also writes 11 of the 14 tracks), this is very much his own project and a resounding showcase for his art. Yandall's music is typified by an easy grooving San Diego vibe that is consistently to die for. Despite a mellow introduction, 'It's Time' quickly takes on something of a Steely Dan attitude and, talking of Steely Dan, Patrick takes time out for a sumptuous reimagining of the band's 'Josie.' One of only three covers it is in the good company of a handsome take on the timeless 'Human Nature' and an immaculate rendition of Larry Carlton's 'Room 335' from his 1977 self-titled debut.