The Gadd Gang: Here n now LP [gold stamp promo] Covers album. Check video.
The Gadd Gang: Here n now LP [gold stamp promo] Covers album. Check video.
The Gadd Gang: Here n now LP [gold stamp promo] Covers album. Check video.

The Gadd Gang: Here n now LP [gold stamp promo] Covers album. Check video.

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Description

Release Date: October 25, 1991
Duration: 31:27
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Fusion
Recording Date: March, 1988

THE GADD GANG: “Gadd has collaborated since the 70s with ace session men Cornell Dupree, Richard Tee and Eddie Gomez with the group Stuff. Bari sax legend Ronnie Cuber was added to the roster during the 80s and the Gadd Gang was born. This is feel-good music, these seasoned veterans sound like having a heck of a time playing it scoring high marks in the trouser flapping department, great, groovy stuff.”

Steve Gadd (born April 9, 1945 in Irondequoit, New York) is an American session and studio drummer, notable for his work with popular musicians from a wide range of genres. A short list of musicians with whom Gadd has worked include Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Steely Dan, Al Jarreau, Joe Cocker, Stuff, Bob James, Chick Corea, Eric Clapton, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Eddie Gomez, The Manhattan Transfer, Michal Urbaniak, Steps Ahead, Al Di Meola, Manhattan Jazz Quintet, Carly Simon, Richard Tee, Jon Bon Jovi, Bee Gees, Michael McDonald.

Track Listings
1. I Can’t Turn You Loose
2. My Girl/Them Changes
3. Them Changes
4. Soul Serenade
5. Things Ain’t What They Used to Be
6. Che Ore So’
7. Signed, Sealed, Delivered
8. Whiter Shade of Pale

Year Pressed: 1988
Other Info: gold stamp promo
Original insert inner sleeve
stereo
COLUMBIA RECORDS.

5.0 out of 5 stars Gadd Time
Steve Gadd is the best drummer of all time. I used to think it was Dave Weckyl because that guy is insane. But after MANY hours of practising, and LISTENING (key), Steve Gadd Is the Godfather of todays standards. This album is NOT full of flashy drumming, like Weckyls is, but there is something that took me many years of learning to understand, is taste. And timekeeping is the most taste a drummer could have. Thanks to Jack Brand, my instructor for years, I understand. He is a Legend people.

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