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Terry Wollman | Say Yes

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Say Yes

by Terry Wollman

Multidimensional guitarist Terry Wollman was the musical director for T.V.'s The Late Show and hangs out with some of the best musicians in the industry. SAY YES features guests Michael McDonald, Joe Sample, Gerald Albright, and Luis Conte. Guitar-centere
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Survive (feat. Gerald Albright)
6:00 album only
2. Our Love (feat. Michael McDonald & Amy Keys)
4:51 album only
3. Once One Moment
2:43 album only
4. Of All Things Most Yielding
3:41 album only
5. Prelude to a Dream
0:29 album only
6. All My Dreams
4:03 album only
7. Morning Prayer (feat. Gerald Albright)
7:04 album only
8. Buckwheat Sample (feat. Joe Sample)
2:19 album only
9. Buckwheat Shuffle
3:35 album only
10. Cancun
5:28 album only
11. Say Yes
3:58 album only
12. Once One Moment Reprise
4:29 album only


Album Notes
It's not uncommon for guitarists with facility on both electric and acoustic to use both on their projects, but Terry Wollman goes a step further on Say Yes (Sonic Images). He achieves an irresistibly eclectic mix by including such surprises as baritone guitar (on the graceful chamber-like ballad "Once One Moment"), steel-string and high-string guitars, and guitarron. He blends them all perfectly on the catchy but quite experimental "Of All Things Most Yielding." On that track, Wollman intertwines flamenco lines with blues and folk elements, punctuating the melody line with percussive scrapes on the steel strings. When he isn't taking these types of risks, he's most content with warm, radio-friendly pieces that gain most of their punch from guest stars. Wollman plays harmony behind the fiery duet of saxman Gerald Albright and percussionist Luis Conte on "Survive," for instance. Then, just as things are getting a bit complacent, he slips in the unique tandem tracks "Buckwheat Sample" (a boogie-woogie piano solo by Joe Sample) and the blistering "Buckwheat Shuffle," where Sample, Abe Laboriel, and John Robinson provide a rhythmic backdrop for Wollman to go hog wild with a distorted electric.

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