Gale, Eric

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Island Breeze
Jazz Used - LP 60198 Elektra Musician
White Label Promo, WOBC. Features Harold Vick, Tenor Sax. LP Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Multiplication Multiplication
Jazz New - LP 34938 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original Featuring Lee Ritenour, Mike Brecker And Others. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Ginseng Woman Ginseng Woman
Jazz Used - LP PC 34421 Columbia
1977 Original Featuring Bob James, Grover Washington And Others.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - In The Shade Of A Tree In The Shade Of A Tree
Jazz Used - LP VIJ 28018 JVC
1982 Japan Only LP, No Obi. Features Special Guest Star, Grover Washington, Jr. LP Is Unplayed.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Ron Carter Presents Eric Gale Ron Carter Presents Eric Gale
Jazz New - LP 836 369 Emarcy
Sealed, Very Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl, Small Saw Cut. Features Houston Person, Lonnie Smith And Ron Carter. Recommended.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Island Breeze Island Breeze
Jazz New - LP VIJ 28029 JVC
New, Unplayed 1983 Japan Only Original With Obi. Features Harold Vick, Ralph McDonald And Others.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Let's Stay Together Let's Stay Together
Jazz New - LP ABI 7215 Artful Balance
Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl.... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Forecast Forecast
Jazz New - LP KU 11 Kudu
Sealed 1973 Original. Light Corner Crease. “Eric Gale's 1973 Forecast Album On The Kudu Label Is One Of His Most Varied Texturally. Produced By Kudu Label Boss Creed Taylor, The Rhythm Tracks Were Arranged By Gale, And The Horns And Strings By Bob James. Taylor Surrounded Gale With The Cream-Of-The-Crop Of The Current Session Players: Jazz's Most Soulful Drummer, Idris Muhammad, Was In The House For Most Of The Album, And Rick Marotta Filled Out The Rest. Saxophonists Included Joe Farrell, Pepper Adams, And Jerry Dodgion (An Underrated Ace Who Made His Name With Curtis Amy On His Pacific Jazz Sides In The Early '60s), And Trumpeters Included Randy Brecker And Jon Faddis. Hubert Laws And George Marge Sat In The Flute Chairs, And James Played Piano And Synths. Gale, For His Part, Was Blended Into A Meticulously Arranged And Gorgeously Orchestrated Set Of Mixed Tempo Originals, And A Pair Of Carefully Chosen Covers: "Killing Me Softly," By Charles Fox And Norman Gimbel, And Antonio Carlos Jobim's And Aloysio De Oliviera's Deeply Moving "Dindi." Gale's Single String Lines Bite Harder Than Some Of The Brazilian Counterparts, But Because His Blues Inflection Is So Pronounced Against The Lush Strings, Keyboards, And Horns, It Works Wonderfully. Gale's Own Grooved Out "Cleopatra," And The Otherworldly Funk And Blues Feel Of "White Moth," Are Just Off-Kilter Enough To Add A Labyrinthine Dimension To The Album. Gale Was A Tear When He Was On Kudu, And This Album Is The First Example Of His Particular Brand Of Street Tough Yet Bedroom Romantic Soul-Jazz For The Label.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Gale, Eric - Forecast Forecast
Jazz Used - LP KUDU 11 Kudu
1973 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Van Gelder Machine Stamped In Dead Wax. “Eric Gale's 1973 Forecast Album On The Kudu Label Is One Of His Most Varied Texturally. Produced By Kudu Label Boss Creed Taylor, The Rhythm Tracks Were Arranged By Gale, And The Horns And Strings By Bob James. Taylor Surrounded Gale With The Cream-Of-The-Crop Of The Current Session Players: Jazz's Most Soulful Drummer, Idris Muhammad, Was In The House For Most Of The Album, And Rick Marotta Filled Out The Rest. Saxophonists Included Joe Farrell, Pepper Adams, And Jerry Dodgion (An Underrated Ace Who Made His Name With Curtis Amy On His Pacific Jazz Sides In The Early '60s), And Trumpeters Included Randy Brecker And Jon Faddis. Hubert Laws And George Marge Sat In The Flute Chairs, And James Played Piano And Synths. Gale, For His Part, Was Blended Into A Meticulously Arranged And Gorgeously Orchestrated Set Of Mixed Tempo Originals, And A Pair Of Carefully Chosen Covers: "Killing Me Softly," By Charles Fox And Norman Gimbel, And Antonio Carlos Jobim's And Aloysio De Oliviera's Deeply Moving "Dindi." Gale's Single String Lines Bite Harder Than Some Of The Brazilian Counterparts, But Because His Blues Inflection Is So Pronounced Against The Lush Strings, Keyboards, And Horns, It Works Wonderfully. Gale's Own Grooved Out "Cleopatra," And The Otherworldly Funk And Blues Feel Of "White Moth," Are Just Off-Kilter Enough To Add A Labyrinthine Dimension To The Album. Gale Was A Tear When He Was On Kudu, And This Album Is The First Example Of His Particular Brand Of Street Tough Yet Bedroom Romantic Soul-Jazz For The Label.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 

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