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Kevin Eubanks - ''Opening Night'' [GRP GRP-A-1013] (1985)

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Artist:

Kevin Eubanks

Title:

''Opening Night''

Released: 1985
Label: GRP
Catalog: GRP-A-1013
Genre: Jazz


T R A C K L I S T:
01 Opening Nights
02 Shades Of Black
03 The Navigator
04 Thought About Thinking
05 In Flights From Omelas
06 A Place Before You Been
07 Vera's Isle
08 To Be Continued
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Michael G. Nastos [allmusic.com]

By far his best. Accept no substitute.


Kevin Eubanks - Face To Face [GRP GRP-A-1029] (1986)

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Artist:

Kevin Eubanks

Title:

Face To Face

Released: 1986
Label: GRP
Catalog: GRP-A-1029
Genre: Jazz


T R A C K L I S T:
01-Face To Face
02-That's What Friends Are For
03-Essence
04-A Silent Waltz
05-Moments Aren't Moments
06-Wave
07-Relaxin' At Camarillo
08-Ebony Sunrise
09-Trick Bag
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Kevin Eubanks' Biography

An adept guitarist with a bent toward contemporary jazz, Kevin Eubanks is best known for leading Jay Leno's Tonight Show Band. Born in 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Eubanks grew up in a musical family along with his older brother, trombonist Robin, and younger brother, trumpeter Duane -- his uncle is pianist Ray Bryant. A talented musician by his teens, Eubanks eventually studied music at Berklee College of Music in Boston. After graduating, he played with a bevy of name musicians including drummer Roy Haynes and saxophonist Sam Rivers; he was also a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers from 1980 to 1981. Eubanks made his solo recording debut with Guitarist on Elektra in 1982. He then signed with GRP and released seven albums, beginning with 1984's Sundance and ending with 1989's Promise of Tomorrow. Moving to Blue Note, Eubanks released several albums, including 1992's Turning Point, 1993's Spiritalk, 1994's Spiritalk 2, and 1994's Live at Bradley's. In 1992, he joined bandleader Branford Marsalis on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and in 1995, Eubanks took over the band when Marsalis left. His friendly chemistry and humorous repartee with Leno quickly established the guitarist as a household name. While the Tonight Show band was his focus during this time, Eubanks did release several albums on his own Insoul label. In 2009, he moved with Leno to lead the Primetime Band on NBC's short-lived The Jay Leno Show. In 2010, Eubanks left The Tonight Show shortly after Leno returned to host it again. That same year, Eubanks delivered the album Zen Food on Mack Avenue Records, and in 2012, he returned with his second Mack Avenue release, the stylistically eclectic The Messenger. In 2015, Eubanks paired up with innovative fellow guitarist/pianist Stanley Jordan for the eclectic covers album Duets. [billboard.com]
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