GROVER WASHINGTON Jr Ultimate Collection For some twenty-five years, Grover Washington has been among the most beloved instrumentalists in popular music. No saxophonist has managed to maintain the middle ground between jazz and rhythm-and-blues with greater style or grace. Ever since Washington stepped into the national spotlight in 1971 with his remarkable reading of Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues," the saxophonist has been in the vanguard of popular sound. Grover's soulful, sophisticated sound developed through the 1970s and the success of his next three albums--All The Kings Horses, Soul Box and especially Mister Magic--landed him gigs as headliner in large concert halls, and opened the door to session work with the likes of Bob James, Randy Weston, Eric Gale, and Dave Grusin. His success in the '70s continued with albums such as Feels So Good, A Secret Place, Live At The Bijou, Reed Seed, Skylarkin', and Paradise. Grover has recorded as a leader for Kudu, Motown, Elektra and Columbia and has made notable guest appearances on dozens of records ranging from pop to straightforward jazz.


1.Mister Magic
2.Just The Two Of Us
3.It Feels So Good
4.Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
5.Black Frost
6.Summer Song
7.Reed Seed (Trio Tune)
8.Bright Moments
9.The Best Is Yet To Come
10.Ain't No Sunshine/Theme From "Man and Boy" ("Better Days")

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