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Other albums by David Sanborn

  1. Another Hand
  2. As We Speak
  3. Backstreet
  4. Close-Up
  5. Sanborn
David Sanborn 7/2/1991

Review

When David Sanborn debuted on Elektra with Another Hand after a 13-year stay at Warner Bros., the altoist swore off formulaic, radio-oriented muzak and vowed to make artistic considerations his main priority. There's nothing shallow or contrived about the album, an exploratory, heartfelt effort generally defined by his introspective, soulsearching improvisations. Sanborn tends to be reflective rather than extroverted -- an exception being the soul-jazz gem "Hobbies." Instead of avoiding complexity as some of his more commercial recordings did, Another Hand often thrives on it. The album's main flaw lies in the fact that too often, the sidemen tend to serve as a backdrop for Sanborn instead of being active soloists. But given the depth and overall excellence of Sanborn's playing, one tends to overlook that shortcoming. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 First Song [Cover] David Sanborn 5:23
  3. 2 Monica Jane David Sanborn 5:31
  4. 3 Come to Me, Nina [Cover] David Sanborn 5:27
  5. 4 Hobbies David Sanborn 4:58
  6. 5 Another Hand David Sanborn 6:44
  7. 6 Jesus [Cover] David Sanborn 3:34
  8. 7 Weird (From One Step Beyond) David Sanborn 6:14
  9. 8 Cee David Sanborn 2:26
  10. 9 Medley: Prayers for Charlie from the Devil at Four O'Clock/The Lonely David Sanborn 12:21
  11. 10 Dukes & Counts David Sanborn 5:30

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