Grammy-Winning Musician & Producer: Jeff Lorber (with FREE Multitracks) -

Grammy-Winning Musician & Producer: Jeff Lorber (with FREE Multitracks)

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➡️➡️Check out some of Warren's Favourite Gear here: Known for his smooth style of weaving together elements of funk, R&B, rock, and electric jazz, Grammy Award-winning keyboardist, composer, and producer Jeff Lorber helped pioneer the post-fusion sound of contemporary jazz. He crossed over to the mainstream charts with seven Top 200 titles, in addition to more than a dozen with genre-specific albums including Contemporary Jazz, Dance Albums, and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Emerging on the scene in the late '70s, Lorber quickly established himself as a leader at the forefront of the electric jazz movement, issuing albums like 1978's Soft Space (featuring Chick Corea) and 1977's Water Sign with his group the Jeff Lorber Fusion. He scored a Grammy nomination for his 1985 song "Pacific Coast Highway," an accolade that marked his rise into more commercial crossover jazz, culminating in 1986's Private Passion. Following an extended period as a producer, Lorber returned to regular recording in the '90s, and has since balanced his time between solo albums like 2007's He Had a Hat and productions with his fusion trio like 2017's Prototype. After collaborating with guitarist Mike Stern on 2019's Eleven, the Jeff Lorber Fusion returned to jazz-funk with Space-Time in 2021. He did not issue his first proper solo LP until 1991's Worth Waiting For, remaining both a prolific performer and producer for the rest of the decade. He recorded for Verve and Zebra during the '90s then moved over to Narada in the 2000s, releasing successful smooth jazz albums like 2003's Philly Style and 2005's Flipside. He released He Had a Hat on Blue Note in 2007. In 2010, Lorber released the '70s funk- and soul-inflected Heard That. In 2010, Lorber reactivated the Jeff Lorber Fusion and released Now Is the Time on Heads Up International. The album received generally positive reviews, placed high on the contemporary jazz chart, and was nominated for a Grammy. Lorber continued to explore with the revitalized JLF, but he went even deeper for 2012's Galaxy (Heads Up/Concord), revisiting in depth the sound he helped pioneer. Lorber, founding Yellowjackets' bassist Jimmy Haslip, and saxophonist Eric Marienthal were accompanied by drummer Vinnie Colaiuta. The album also featured guest spots by trumpeter Randy Brecker, percussionist Lenny Castro, guitarists Paul Jackson, Jr., Michael Thompson, Andrée Theander, and Larry Koonse, and drummer Dave Weckl. In August of 2013, the JLF released Hacienda. It was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards. ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
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