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First released in 1997, The Best Of Fourplay showcases the smooth jazz supergroup’s signature style of indelible melodies, tasteful arrangements and addictive, toe-tapping grooves. Besides choice album cuts from Fourplay’s Warner Bros repertoire, the 10-track compilation includes the bands’s hit versions of Marvin Gaye’s “After The Dance”, fronted by the silky-voiced El DeBarge, and the Isley Brothers’ “Between The Sheets”, featuring legendary soul singer, Chaka Khan.
The album, released for the first time ever on vinyl, was remastered using hi-resolution digital transfers from the original analog master tapes and is manufactured with high quality 180 gram Vinyl.
A smooth jazz supergroup originally comprising Bob James (Keyboards), Lee Ritenour (guitar), Nathan East (bass) and Harvey Mason (drums), Fourplay was formed in 1990 and patented an immediately identifiable pop-jazz sound with their self-titled debut album in 1991. It topped the US jazz charts and went on to sell over a million copies. Since then, the long-running group, despite a couple of line-up changes, has maintained its popularity and, to date, has released 14 albums, three of which went gold, and earned six Grammy nominations.
- 180g Vinyl
- Remastered (2020) using hi-resolution digital transfers from the original analog master tapes
- First time on vinyl
- 101 Eastbound
- Higher Ground feat. Take 6
- 4 Play And Pleasure
- After The Dance feat. El DeBarge
- Bali Run
- Between The Sheets feat. Chaka Khan & Nathan East
- Any Time Of Day
- Why Can’t It Wait Till Morning feat. Phil Collins