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  1. CD / Album. Label / Studio Warner Bros Records. Popular FAQs. Black Light () 8) Blue Night () 9) Flight () Album Taking Off. Main Format CD. Explicit Lyrics No. Keyword Index Taking Off | David Sanborn. Catalogue Number Publisher Warner Music Group. FREE Delivery on all Orders! Why buy with musicMagpie? FREE 12 Month.
  2. Jan 23,  · Butterfat · David Sanborn Taking Off ℗ Warner Records Inc. Electric Guitar: Buzzy Feiten Drums: Chris Parker Alto Saxophone: David Sanborn Organ, Piano: Don GrolnickMissing: Black Light.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Taking Off on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk/5(6).
  4. David Sanborn - Original Album Series (CD) Out of Stock. This product is allowed to be delivered during Lockdown Level 3 Department Music Released Number of Discs 5 Tracks Disc 1: DISC 1: TAKING OFF: Butterfat 'Way 'Cross Georgia; Duck Ankles; Funky Banana; The Whisperer; It Took a Long Time; Black Light; Blue Night; Flight.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Taking Off - David Sanborn on AllMusic - - Altoist David Sanborn has long been one of the.
  6. Album · · 9 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Black Light. 7. Taking Off David Sanborn Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Butterfat. 1. PREVIEW 'Way' Cross Georgia. 2. PREVIEW Duck Ankles. 3.
  7. Taking Off, an Album by David Sanborn. Released in July on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz.
  8. The following year, , Sanborn released Taking Off, his first album as a leader but continued his relentless session work. He was often hired alongside saxophonist Mike Brecker and his.
  9. The fantastic first album from David Sanborn – a lot more than you might expect if you only know him from later years! Sure, the record's tight – and yes, Sanborn was a crossover player from the start – but there's some great moments here, and the whole thing's got a lot more of an edge at points than you'd expect – a nice rasp in Sanborn's alto, reminding us a bit of the early sounds.

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