Wil Forbis and the Gentlemen Scoundrels | A Quarter Past Four

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A Quarter Past Four

by Wil Forbis and the Gentlemen Scoundrels

Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Quarter Past Four
2:02 album only
2. Love Locked in a Vault
3:49 album only
3. Speakeasy Blues
4:19 album only
4. Nightflowers
3:23 album only
5. On Hold
2:26 album only
6. I'll Have the Blues Until I Die
4:26 album only
7. A Quarter Past Four (Reprise)
1:42 album only



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kent klineman

wil forbis's new record
Wil's new album is an elegant departure from his last record: Shady's Jukebox.
This record is really jazz with a dose of blues, and showcases Wil as a real
honest to god COMPOSER.
I liked the bass groove on " I'll have the Blues,"and
I liked Speakeasy Blues the best. For me, that's the "hit" on the record.
I also really liked the piano changes at the beginning of Love Locked...

Wil's voice sounds really good on that song; it makes me think (as did "On Hold")
that Wil should make his next album a Tom Waits kind of thing...
he has some of that going on in vocals, both timbre and singing

John Saleeby

It's like . . . CRAZY!!!
Wil Forbis' first CD Shadey's Jukebox" brought us into the two fisted whiskey swilling world of Country and just when I've gotten settled into a nice trailer park with my Teenage Child Bride Porky here comes Forbis' new Jazz CD "A Quarter To Four" to have me On The Road on a Kerouac journey into the Scat Singing Heart of the American Night! Sorry, Porky - Jazz makes me CRAZY! I didn't know they still knew how to play this kind of Music! "A Quarter To Four" is a Time Machine that takes me back to when Musicians actually played instruments and Critics put their pants back on before writing reviews. First Country, now Jazz, what will the amazing Forbis do next? Hey, Wil - I know a guy who can shoot bottle rockets out of his nose if you want to do a Metal thing. He lives in the trailer next door! CRAZY!!!!

Fire Fingers

You will be up A Quarter Past Four to listen again!
Wil Forbis is know as one of the top Jazz artist around. His first cd entitled "Shadey's Jukebox" by Wil Forbis and the Gentlemen Scoundrels, is a fine mix of detailed guitar riffs & licks with such songs as "Lets get high on Jesus, "Where There's a Wil There's a Way," and my favorites, "Fin Fang Foom" (Instrumental) that is sure to please!

Wil's new album contains everything you would expect from a well known Jazz artist, but this time he brought in some of his fellow Jazz musician friends to blow some horns on "Speakeasy Blues" along with vintage style keys on "I'll Have the Blues Until I Die." These are just some additions which has added a depth to Wil's music like I have never heard before.

Buy your copy and get your Jazz on with Wil Forbis!

Oh yeah, by the way, pick up his first album to listen to the whole Wil Forbis experience!