Multi Grammy Award-Winner Grover Washington, Jr. blends the best of jazz fusion, R&B, blues, funk, pop and soul to create his own innovative and distinctive musical voice. The hottest star in jazz-pop fusion, backed by an all-star band was captured in this rare concert appearance at the very peak of his powers.
Grover paints the full musical spectrum. Watch him soar on "Winelight" and mesmerize us with his smash hit "Just the Two of Us." Another highlight is a moving tribute to his friend Julius "Dr. J" Erving, which is inter-woven with NBA action clips of the basketball star. His passionate version of "Make Me a Memory," written for his wife, will linger in your musical memory as well.
V.I.E.W. Video is proud to present this enhanced DVD program and welcome Grover Washington, Jr. to its roster of jazz greats with a music so lush and soul-stirring that we can see and hear why he is an artist of unyielding endurance.
Grover Washington, Jr., tenor, alto & soprano sax
Richard Tee, piano
Eric Gale, guitar
Steve Gadd, drums
Ralph McDonald, percussion
Anthony Jackson, bass
Paul Griffin, synthesizer
Zack Sanders, vocal
LET IT FLOW (for Dr. J)
ON THE DARK SIDE (No. 5)
MAKE ME A MEMORY (Sad Samba)
JUST THE TWO OF US
Recorded on June 27, 1981 at
The Schubert Theatre in Philadelphia, Pa.
DVD BONUS FEATURES: -Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
-Digitally Remastered Audio & Video
-Multi-Directional Interactive Menus
-Over 20 Scene Selections
-Instant Access to 16 Instrumental Solos
-Instant Chapter Access to Songs
-Grover Washington Jr.
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a video with sharp focus, showing simplicity is an important virtue in music- music with inherent sophistication and without pretence. -- Saxophone Journal, Inc., Jan/Feb 1993
camera work's excellent...Washington’s contributions, stretching from R&B/jazz idiom and increasing the jazz audience should not be overlooked or lightly dismissed. -- Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene- April 1992
shots,cuts and dissolves heighten the emotional impact of this classic footage,... a must, documenting the finest moments of his career. -- -R.B., The Jazz Review- January 1992
...legendary sax man backed by a plethora of jazz greats, including Richard Tee, Eric Gale, Steve Gadd, Ralph MacDonald. ...recommended. -- Video Librarian- March 1992
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