CD Wines & Spirits [Rahsaan Patterson] (CD 1149909), Audio Other
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Wines & Spirits [Rahsaan Patterson]

  • 1. Cloud 9
    2. Delirium (Comes and Goes)
    3. Feels Good
    4. No Danger
    5. Pitch Black
    6. Time
    7. Stop Breaking My Heart
    8. Water
    9. Deliver Me
    10. Oh Lord (Take Me Back)
    11. Higher Love
    12. Stars
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 757013

  • Credits
    ProducerBrian Bromberg; Jamey Jaz; Keith Crouch; Brian Bromberg; Jamey Jaz; Rahsaan Patterson; Keith Crouch
    EngineerJeff Lorber; Erik Reichers; Tom McCauley

    Personnel: Rahsaan Patterson (tambourine, background vocals); Rahsaan Patterson (vocals, keyboards, programming); Jamey Jaz (various instruments, guitar, keyboards, programming, drum programming); Keith Crouch (various instruments, keyboards, bass synthesizer, programming, drum programming, background vocals); John Jubu Smith, Tim Pierce, Agape Jerry (guitar); Brian Bromberg (acoustic bass, programming, drum programming); Cornelius Mims (bass guitar); Ian Read (programming); Trina Powell, Mikelyn Roderick (background vocals); Michael Hunter (trumpet); Jeff Lorber (piano, keyboards).
    Additional personnel: Johnny Onyx (rap vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Erik Reichers; Tom McCauley.
    Recording information: Ameraycan Recording Studios, North Holywood, CA; B2 Studios, Los Angeles, CA; JHL SOund, Pacific Palisades, CA; OPOPP, Hollywood, CA; Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; The Sound Accademy, New South Wales.
    Photographer: Mo Daoud.
    Arrangers: Brian Bromberg; Rahsaan Patterson; Jeff Lorber.
    With Rahsaan Patterson's fourth studio outing, WINES & SPIRITS, the ever-adventurous R&B/soul singer offers up an engaging and unpredictable album. While the thoroughly funky opener, "Cloud 9," nods to 1970s-era Stevie Wonder, "No Danger" gleefully wades into New Wave waters, and the brooding "Pitch Black" conjures up a goth-embracing Prince. Though Patterson's foray into hip-hop--the fast-paced "Time," featuring rapper Johnny Onyx--falls a bit short of the mark, the rest of the record serves as testament to the performer's restless creative impulse, a quality that may keep him away from the heights of the Billboard charts, but also warrants the respect of a devoted following.

  • Critic Reviews
    Vibe (p.96) - "His fourth release continues to deliver sublime, '80s-inspired funk, but it's also full of left-curve experiments..."
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