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Fourplay - Fourplay

 (30th Anniversary Numbered Limited Edition on Blue Vinyl)





Product No.:
AEVO 250
EAN: 4895241402241
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180 Gram Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2

180 Gram LP

Fourplay (30th Anniversary numbered limited edition on blue vinyl)

180-gram gatefold double LP limited to 1,000 copies!

Remastered using high-res digital transfer from the original analog tapes

There was no great cunning master plan that brought noted jazz instrumentalists Bob James (keyboards), Lee Ritenour (guitar), Nathan Eat (bass) and Harvey Mason (drums) together to form a supergroup. Released in October 1991, Fourplay — aided by the success of the smash single "After The Dance" — peaked at No. 1 in America's Contemporary Jazz charts for 33 weeks and sold more than a million copies.

It rose to No. 16 in the R&B rankings and No. 97 in America's list of top pop records. Now three decades old, the band's self-titled debut album, was not only the blueprint for the group's sound but also functioned as a foundation stone upon which Fourplay built a remarkable career.

Originally released in September 1991, Fourplay is now reissued by Evosound, to celebrate the album's 30th anniversary, as a 180-gram double LP in a gatefold sleeve. A previously unreleased long version of "After The Dance" is included as a bonus track. The remastering and lacquer cutting of the album was undertaken using the high-resolution digital transfer from the original analog master tapes. The double LP is available as a limited numbered edition of 1,000 copies in 180 gram blue vinyl, as well as a non-limited black vinyl version.


Side A
1. Bali Run
2. 101Eastbound
3. Foreplay

Side B
1. Moonjogger
2. Max-O-Man
3. After the Dance (Feat. El Debarge)

Side C
1. Quadrille
2. Midnight Stroll
3. October Morning

Side D
1. Wish You Were Here
2. Rain Forest
3. After the Dance (Long Version Feat. El Debarge)

Customer Reviews (3.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Just wish 33 rpm LP's would sound as quiet as 45 rpm LP's

posted on 08/15/2022
3 Stars
Reviewer: pizzano
Sonically the recording is quite good, my main squabble is all the snap crackle pops in 33 rpm LP's vs the 45 rpm LP's that carry the Analogue Productions Quality pressings which I only tend to purchase due to there sound quality and quietness. I figured I would try this limitied production recording since there doesnt seem to be a healthy amount of Smooth Jazz artists recorded in 45 rpm with the AP Quality pressings available. And yes all my vinyl is professionally cleaned when it arrives regardless if it is new, and always de staticed before play time, but the issue still seems to plague only the 33 rpm.

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