The Brecker Brothers mp3 album
Out of the Loop is an album by the Brecker Brothers that was released by GRP Records in 1994. In 1995 the album won the brothers two Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance (now known as Best Contemporary Jazz Album) and Best Instrumental Composition (for Michael Brecker's "African Skies")
The Brecker Brothers was the musical duo of Michael (saxophone and EWI) and Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn), who recorded commercially successful jazz fusion albums together in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. They had a notable hit single with "East River" in 1979. In addition to recording their own compositions, the brothers frequently played together as session musicians on albums of other artists.
In the '70s, brothers Michael and Randy Brecker co-led a band of New York session big shots that included, at various times, David Sanborn, Don Grolnick, Will Lee, and George Duke, among others. Whe. ead Full Biography. The Brecker Brothers. Return of the Brecker . he Brecker Brothers. Coll. ee Full Discography.
Studio album by Brecker Brothers. Back to Back is the second album by the American jazz fusion group, the Brecker Brothers. It was released by Arista Records in 1976. Keep it Steady (Brecker Bump)" (Randy Brecker, Steve Khan, David Sanborn, Luther Vandross) - 6:24 Forget It" (Don Grolnick, Steve Khan, Will Lee) - 3:58. Lovely Lady" (Randy Brecker, A. Willis, C. Crossley) - 6:17. Night Flight" (Michael Brecker) - 6:17. Slick Stuff" (Randy Brecker) - 4:48.
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The Brecker Brothers was the musical duo of the late Michael Brecker (saxophone and EWI) and Randy Brecker (trumpet and flugelhorn), who recorded several commercially successful jazz fusion albums together in the 1970s, 1990s, and 2000s. The two played together as session musicians on albums such as Parliament's Mothership Connection and also had prolific recording careers separately.