Al DeGregoris | All in Good Time

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All in Good Time

by Al DeGregoris

Irresistible Piano melodies and tasty, in-the-pocket grooves. A lively musical journey with a stellar cast of Jazz superstars, including Jeff Lorber, Nils, Chuck Loeb, Eric Marienthal, Jimmy Haslip and others.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. JD's Groove (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
3:47 album only
2. Into the Night (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
4:06 album only
3. Sunnyside (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
3:56 album only
4. Hey You (feat. Jeff Lorber & Eric Marienthal)
Al Degregoris
4:01 album only
5. Autumn Chill (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
4:45 album only
6. All in Good Time (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
4:18 album only
7. Absolute (feat. Chuck Loeb, Jeff Lorber & Jimmy Haslip)
Al Degregoris
3:57 album only
8. After a Rain (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
3:53 album only
9. Tranquility (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
4:02 album only
10. Connect the Dots (feat. Nils)
Al Degregoris
4:00 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“All in Good Time,” following “Three Before Midnight” and “Times and Travels,” is true to its title in announcing that pianist and composer Al DeGregoris belongs in that small group of smooth jazz superstars on the keys. One of those select members, Jeff Lorber, co-wrote two of the CD’s 10 songs: “Hey You” boasts a smoky, robust sax lead and some very fine piano runs, while “Absolute” drives with its steppin’ beat and head-boppin’ organ electric piano leads, punctuated with lively guitar solos.
Speaking of guitar, Nils is onboard for seven tracks as well. He wrote “Into the Night,” with its hard-edged groove, thumping bass and wah-wah guitar, all building up to a bright, cheery and hooky chorus. It’s an exhilarating song for the road. He co-wrote three other tunes with DeGregoris: “JD’s Groove,” which leads off the project with a vibrant and catchy air; “All in Good Time,” a funky track showcasing DeGregoris’ soulful side with its bluesy, electric piano grooves; and “Connect the Dots,” a bouncy and satisfying slice of upbeat smooth jazz.
Four tunes DeGregoris wrote and composed himself showcase his instinct for memorable smooth jazz. “Tranquility” is the most pensive and beautiful, while “Sunnyside” is another pulse-racing car tune. “Autumn Chill” offers one of DeGregoris’ best hooks so far, bringing a positive vibe to a ballad, while “After a Rain” is simply spot-on smooth jazz, sophisticated and unforgettable. Contributing to this memorable CD are a few heavyweights: Chuck Loeb, Eric Marienthal, Ricky Lawson, Oliver Brown and Jimmy Haslip.”



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Sandy Shore Review
When Al DeGregoris records a new project, the A List shows up! Seven tracks produced by guitarist Nils and two helmed by keyboardist Jeff Lorber, ALL IN GOOD TIME finds the versatile indie composer/keyboardist establishing a powerful ensemble vibe with a batch of contemporary jazz greats, including Chuck Loeb, Jimmy Haslip and Eric Marienthal, it also includes some of the supremely grooving last sessions by drummer Ricky Lawson. The all-star guests may make genre fans curious, but it’s DeGregoris’ infectious and dynamic piano, synth and Fender Rhodes’ melodies, which supercharge the fun. Nils’ tracks range from the funky, exuberant “Sunnyside” (the project’s first single) to the synth driven symphonic pop jazz tune, “Autumn Chill.” The throbbing R&B. jazz-fusion jam “Hey You” has the classic Lorber vibe. The best indie artists capture our hearts ALL IN GOOD TIME! ~Jonathan Widran