Tag: David Sanborn

Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Music

Soul Serenade: Stevie Wonder, “I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)”

Stevie Wonder broke new artistic ground with a trio of classic albums...

Mellowmas, Mellowmas 2015, Music

The Twenty-Second Day of Mellowmas: Lost Mellowmas — The First Fogelmas

Our final "lost" post, featuring the Charlie Brown of Mellow Gold...

Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 79

St. Paul Peterson and Salt-N-Pepa highlight this week's Bottom Feeders. ...

Music, Popdose Interviews

“I’m Always Learning”: A Conversation with David Sanborn

The Grammy-winning musician discusses his reunion with keyboardist Bob James and their new album, Quartette Humaine....

The Vinyl Diaries

The Vinyl Diaries: Kenny Loggins, “High Adventure”

Rob Smith finds "High Adventure" with Kenny Loggins....

Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Rewind: “Scrooged”

Kelly Stitzel revisits another post from A Soundtrack Saturday Christmas, this time the Bill Murray classic, Scrooged....



Here’s Something Else!: David Sanborn That Doesn’t, You Know, Suck

Often situated in a pillowy cloud of opaque neo-funk, saxophonist David Sanborn’s talents are understandably obscured. The arrangements...


Music, Smooth Sailing

Smooth Sailing: In Defense of Bob James and David Sanborn

If you were reading my stuff way back in the old Jefitoblog days, you know I have a sick fascination for smooth jazz — to the point...


Cratedigger, Music

Cratedigger: Rickie Lee Jones, “Pirates”

Ken Shane revisits this 1981 classic in a cold and blustery autumn edition of Cratedigger....


Mix Six, Music

Mix Six: “Neo Swing, Baby”

DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE There was a moment in the mid to late ’90s when I passed an invisible line from young adulthood —...


Music, Popdose Guides

The Popdose Guide to David Bowie, Part One

Been missing the Popdose Guides? So has Anthony Hansen -- and unlike the rest of us, he's gone and done something about it....


Current Events, Music, Sugar Water

Sugar Water: Jarreau!

The title of Al Jarreau’s sixth studio album, released in 1983, is simple and straightforward: Jarreau. But if you ask me, it’s...