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David Sanborn - Sanborn (CD, Album)

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  1. Kigabar
    Timeagain is an album by jazz saxophonist David Sanborn that was released by Verve in Track listing "Comin' Home Baby" () "Cristo Redentor" () "Harlem Nocturne" () "Man from Mars" () "Isn't She Lovely" () "Sugar" () "Tequila" ().
  2. Mazugami
    Michael Kamen, David Sanborn, Eric Clapton And Honeymoon Suite: Michael Kamen, David Sanborn, Eric Clapton And Honeymoon Suite - Lethal Weapon Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Album) 17 versions: Warner Bros. Records: US: Sell This Version.
  3. Zutilar
    David Sanborn discography and songs: Music profile for David Sanborn, born 30 July Genres: Smooth Jazz, Jazz, Jazz Fusion. Albums include Jazzmatazz Vol. 4, Colour Me Free!, and Nils.
  4. JoJok
    Nov 11,  · Performer: David Sanborn Album: The Best of David Sanborn Label: Warner Bros. Made in US. Catalog #: CDW Style: Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Pop Jazz Year: Format: FLAC (image +.cue) Bitrate: lossless Covers: in archive Amount of tracks: 16 Size ZIP: ~ mb Upload: johhandhitskadumpmaccausiodohorcowi.xyzinfo Password: without a password Tracklist:
  5. Zulkizilkree
    David Sanborn - Here & Gone music CD album at CD Universe, Here and Gone is a tribute to the sound of Hank Crawford, David Fathead Newman, Ray Charles, etc, Backing.
  6. Dukora
    David Sanborn (born July 30, ) is an American alto saxophonist. Though Sanborn has worked in many genres, his solo recordings typically blend jazz with instrumental pop and R&B. He released his first solo album Taking Off in , but has been playing the saxophone since before he was in high school.
  7. Tygokus
    Performer: David Sanborn Album: Sanborn Label: Warner Bros. Made in DE. Catalog #: Style: Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Pop Jazz Year: Format: FLAC (image +.cue) Bitrate: lossless Covers: in archive Amount of tracks: 7 Size ZIP: ~ mb .
  8. Yozshuzuru
    This album is one of David Sanborn's better early recordings. Although the record is perhaps best known for the altoist's version of Paul Simon's "I Do It For Your Love," Sanborn's playing on some of the other cuts (most notably "Mamacita" and "7th Avenue") finds him really stretching within the R&B/crossover genre. Only "Smile" (which has some mundane vocalizing) is a minus, and it is more 8/

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