Kenny G (2) ‎– G Force

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AL 8-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista AL 8-8192 US 1983 Sell This Version
256 168 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album) Arista 256 168 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
AL 8-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(Cass, Album, MX ) Arista AL 8-8192 US 1983 Sell This Version
AC 8-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(Cass, Album, Promo) Arista AC 8-8192 US 1983 Sell This Version
AC 25616 Kenny G (2) G Force(Cass, Album, RE) Arista AC 25616 Indonesia 1983 Sell This Version
206 168 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista 206 168 Europe 1983 Sell This Version
206 168 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista 206 168 UK & Europe 1983 Sell This Version
AL 8-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista AL 8-8192 US 1983 Sell This Version
AST(V) 159 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista AST(V) 159 South Africa 1983 Sell This Version
ARI 90101 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista ARI 90101 Scandinavia 1983 Sell This Version
259 059 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album) Arista 259 059 UK & Europe 1988 Sell This Version
ARCD 8192, ARCD-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, Club, RE) Arista, Arista ARCD 8192, ARCD-8192 US 1988 Sell This Version
A25D-11 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE) Arista A25D-11 Japan 1988 Sell This Version
AC-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(Cass, Album, RE) Arista AC-8192 US 1988 Sell This Version
209 059 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album) Arista 209 059 Europe 1988 Sell This Version
CD 20008 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE) Arista, BMG Ariola Discos Ltda. CD 20008 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
150.8016 Kenny G (2) G Force(LP, Album, RE) Arista 150.8016 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
BPCD 1091 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE) BMG BPCD 1091 Australia 1996 Sell This Version
FTG 433 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE, RM) Funkytowngrooves, Arista FTG 433 UK 2016 Sell This Version
CDSOL-8907, FTG 433 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE, RM, Exp) Solid Records (6), Funkytowngrooves, Sony Music Commercial Music Group CDSOL-8907, FTG 433 Japan 2016 Sell This Version
RCD 9164 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album) Rainbow (4) RCD 9164 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
ARCD 8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album) Arista ARCD 8192 US Unknown Sell This Version
ARCD 8192, ARCD-8192 Kenny G (2) G Force(CD, Album, RE) Arista, Arista ARCD 8192, ARCD-8192 US Unknown Sell This Version

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240661masterj

240661masterj

May 3, 2016
referencing G Force, LP, Album, AL 8-8192
MY FIRST REAL INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ FUSION WAS THIS MASSIVE CLUB BANGER IN 1983....MY LOCAL RECORD SHOP(HARVEY'S RECORDS IN FINSBURY PK ) WERE HOT ON THE LATEST IMPORTS FROM THE USA SO EVERYDAY I PASSED BY I WOULD HEAR THIS TRACK..,BEING A UP AND COMING DJ YOU HAD TO BE PLAYING THE HOTTEST TUNES.....AS A MATTER OF FACT ABOUT THE SAME TIME KASHIF'S DEBUT ALBUM HAD DROPPED ALSO GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS (VISIONS) ..DAYTON(FEEL THE MUSIC) LILO THOMAS(LET ME BE YOURS) LAMONT DOZIER(BIGGER THAN LIFE)KHEMISTRY LP PLUS ANITA BAKER DROPPED HER DEBUT SET..THINKING BACK NOW THE EARLY 80'S GAVE US SOME TREMENDOUS MUSIC AND THAT'S THE ERA MUSIC GRABBED YOU SO HARD YOU COULDN'T RESIST IF YOU TRIED!!!
AndyPandy2000

AndyPandy2000

October 16, 2015
referencing G Force, LP, Album, AL 8-8192
Nice review 'Hi How Ya Doin;' in particular was very big on the London jazz funk pirates qand the underground dance clubs in the region (ie on the street) at the time and after listening to it for the first time in ages I think personally I prefer it more now than I did back then
GalaxyExplorer

GalaxyExplorer

November 13, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing G Force, LP, Album, AL 8-8192

Pretty enjoyable album with enough spillover from the Jeff Lorber days to make it far less gag-worthy than Kenny G's later "efforts." We've definitely left the 70s fusion sound behind; we're firmly in a synth-forward nighttime 80s groove. You'll get more Roland TR hand claps in this album than the previous one. The other thing that helps is that G tends to lay off the soprano, an instrument for whose unfortunate desecration he's single-handedly responsible. Ultimately there's more G than Lorber in this album, but it still works, though this would be their last collaboration.