Lucky Seven (LP, Album, Gat). Tappan Zee Records, Columbia. Bob James ~ Blue Lick (1979) 5:35. ッシュ・アワー ボブ・ジェームス 6:45. Bob James - 03. Look-Alike - (Lucky Seven - 1979) 5:34. Bob James - Fly away 6:45. Jazz Funk - Bob James - Big Stone City 5:46. Bob James- Friends 4:46.
One is the second solo album by jazz keyboardist Bob James. It was an important album in the early smooth jazz genre and is famous for its end track, "Nautilus", which became important to hip hop as one of the most sampled tracks in American music. Released on April 17, 1974 this album charted at number two on the Jazz Album Charts. Valley of the Shadows" (James) – 9:42. In the Garden" (Johann Pachelbel) – 3:06. Soulero" (James, Richard Evans) – 3:22.
Bob James,being a jazz funk keyboardist with a strong love of film and movie music developed a sound all his own during the 1970's. Despite it not being respected it never exactly sounds like anyone else. And nothing on 'Lucky Seven' certainly does-"Rush Hour","Look Alike" (with it's bumpilicious bassline) and "Big Stone City" all marry stripped back uptempo.
Bob James (rock singer). Robert Dennis (Bob) James (born 1952) is an American singer and songwriter best known for his work with the band Montrose.
Lucky Seven is the seventh album by Bob James. All songs written by Bob James except where noted. Friends (Neil Jason, Kash Monet, Jeff Schoen) 4:41. Eric Gale, Hiram Bullock -Electric Guitar. Richie Resnicoff, Steve Khan - Acoustic Guitar. Idris Muhammad, Steve Gadd, Andy Newmark - Drums. Ralph MacDonald - Percussion.
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Is Lucky Seven the best album by Bob James? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Lucky Seven by Bob James (1979) Overall rank: 88,333rd. Accolades: Top albums of 1979 (893rd). Top albums of the 1970s (8,685th). Best albums of all time (88,333rd).
Biography by Thom Jurek. Keyboard player whose light, hook-laden pop instrumental sessions were often on the charts during the 1970s.
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- Acoustic Guitar – Richie Resnicoff* (tracks: B2, B3), Steve Khan (tracks: A3)
- Bass – Gary King (tracks: A3, B3), Neil Jason (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
- Cello – Charles McCracken
- Design – Paula Scher
- Drums – Andy Newmark (tracks: A3), Idris Muhammad (tracks: B1 to B3), Steve Gadd (tracks: A1, A2)
- Electric Guitar – Eric Gale (tracks: A2, A3)
- Electric Guitar, Vocals – Hiram Bullock (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3)
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer, Piano, Vocals, Producer, Arranged By – Bob James
- French Horn – Jim Buffington, Peter Gordon
- Lead Vocals – Neil Jason
- Mixed By – Joe Jorgensen
- Percussion – Ralph MacDonald (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3)
- Photography By [Cover] – Buddy Endress*
- Photography By [Inside] – David Gahr
- Saxophone – David Sanborn
- Saxophone [Solo] – Michael Brecker (tracks: B1)
- Trombone – Dave Taylor*, Wayne Andre
- Trumpet – Jon Faddis, Mike Lawrence, Randy Brecker
- Viola – Theodore Israel
- Violin – Barry Finclair, Diana Halprin, Harry Lookofsky, Herbert Sorkin, Marvin Morgenstern, Max Ellen, Richard Sortomme
- Violin, Viola – Lamar Alsop
- Vocals – Jeff Schoen, Patti Austin
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 7464-36056-1
|JC 36056||Bob James||Lucky Seven (LP, Album, Gat)||Tappan Zee Records, Columbia||JC 36056||US||1979|
|25AP 1008||Bob James||Lucky Seven (LP, Album, Gat)||Tappan Zee Records||25AP 1008||Japan||1979|
|S 83729||Bob James||Lucky Seven (LP, Album, Gat)||CBS||S 83729||Spain||1979|
|JC 36056||Bob James||Lucky Seven (8-Trk, Album)||Tappan Zee Records, Columbia||JC 36056||US||1979|
|SBP 237376||Bob James||Lucky Seven (LP, Album, Gat)||CBS||SBP 237376||Australia||1979|